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Just keep in mind that updating the mobo might require you to change processors (Different sockets) or RAM. You will also have to reinstall Windows. A 25% increase is a large increase that may stress your PC beyond what it can withstand. You might want to consider overhauling your PC or getting a new one.
Given the age of the PC and the fact that you want to increase it's speed by 25% I think you could have serious problems and may end up killing your PC. Overclocking can stress components and make your PC unstable.
Why not upgrade instead? Low end Mobos & Processors are cheap, as is memory. You could easily double or treble your PC's speed at relatively low cost.
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