just in case you are interested here's what i found out. the mdd processors are not supposed to work with my sawtooth. the quicksilver is supposed to work with some modification to the power lead. the sawtooth will accept dual processors only if its uninorth # is greater than 7. you can download an app to tell you the uni north# at the <a href="www.newertech.com/tech_support/uni-north.php">newertech website</a> mine is 3 so no dice. so it looks like im looking for a single quicksilver processor. also it is possable to clock the processor back up to its normal operating speed by changing the processor multiplier.<br><br>
my next question is if i find a good deal on a dual processor can i use it as a single processor or will it not work at all?
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