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Win 10, AMD Athlon X3 450 CPU and new SSD


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#1 Squingo

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Posted 19 August 2017 - 10:16 AM

Hi,

I have my old pc, (around 6 years) it is running windows 10 x32, I believe the CPU is x64 so I was wondering if I could get a SSD and load a X64 version of windows 10 when I install it?

I have seen things about this old CPU saying it won't run as a true X64 on windows 10 as it is too old.

 

So, can I install this SSD and use my current Win 10 product key and will it run as X64?

 

Hopefully you can help me, the other option is to buy a new motherboard, cpu and SSD and start again.

 

Many thanks for your advice in advance.

 

Ian

 

 



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