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Asked me to you. If I want to upgrade my processor from i5 generation 2 to i5 generation 4 or 5 or higher or i3 also a more advanced generation - do you need to replace the motherboard for this? Or is it not necessary? Thanks in advance for any reply ...

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Asked me to you. If I want to upgrade my processor from i5 generation 2 to i5 generation 4 or 5 or higher or i3 also a more advanced generation - do you need to replace the motherboard for this? Or is it not necessary? Thanks in advance for any reply ...

First of all, if you're already jumping, it's best to invest in the latest generation motherboard and processor. You can settle for the i3 processor but the board will already allow you to mount a more powerful processor later. In terms of need, yes, to rise to new generations (especially when it's not a leap of a generation or two) need to be replaced . Probably too .

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