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I could be completely wrong on this, but I think that there are only certain programs that can take advantage of dual processors. And games are even more rare. A friend told me that Quake 3 was supposed to take advantage of dual processors, but didn't.
 

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Huh?
Do you mean to put a single processor on a dual motherboard?
It would be better to just get a regular single chip motherboard.

Different motherboards are designed to take different ranges of processors. For example a motherboard may only be able to run a P3 and not a P2 or P4. (actually maybe that's all motherboards)
I'm not an expert on this, but maybe that helps you some.
 
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