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5Best bang for your buck, If you can catch a used oneMar 11, 2010
By B. Gause "Ace"
WoW, Where to start so much this CPU can handle and still room for more also overclocks well for that extra ump, if your into that. I've had this CPU for about 5 years now and still runs as if it were new. Temps hang around 30-40c (depends on cooling, case temps and type of heatsink). I would defenitly buy this (used for $80-$100) well worth it the price for a new one is step for the reason this is an older CPU maybe prices will drop for all the budget builders. I would love to go on about this surprisingly powerful CPU but I'm Due for a round of Battle Field BC2. :)

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5New Core 2 DuoJun 11, 2013
By C. C. "Computer Nut"
The processor was brand new for what it would have cost me for a used CPU... This cpu worked well in my refurbished computer... It gives me several years of additional service from my existing computer... The speed was sufficient to run Window 7 Professional and 'XP' hardware and software emulation programs that will not run under 64bit native mode...

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5The perfect solution to upgrading your Dell 390 WorkstationFeb 22, 2014
By Christon
I am still using as my main computer the Dell Precision 390 Workstation. But when should I buy a new computer turned to how much should I reasonably spend I thought it best to first explore my enhancement options.

What I discovered are a surprising number of questions asked but not helpfully answered about suitable hardware upgrades for the 390. Dell's own spec sheet for the model just says the motherboard and chipset are compatible with the core 2 duo line. Left out unfortunately is chips using more than 1066MHz will not work.

So after two frustrating higher grade tries, this finally replaced the original Pentium D. I was booting up in fewer than ten minutes.

Now not even a full month later I've been able to upgrade the video card for true 1080HD resolution on my big screen.

This Cpu also effortlessly runs 64-bit versions of the windows os, whisper quiet and lightning fast. The 64-bit version of Windows recognizes and handles larger amounts of random access memory (RAM). Win32 will only recognize so you are limited to only 3.5gb ram. With 64 you can add up to 128gb. Because of this the system not only runs much faster but is able to handle multiple tasks more effectively.

The only suggestion, besides using unbleached coffee filters instead of paper towels is to also buy the Arctic Silver 5 Thermal Compound. The kit is well worth the money. And it provides thermal compound and solutions to both remove the old grease and prepare the newly cleaned surface for compound reapplication.

I did not discover until I'd removed and installed the new one that without the compound your system won't even boot.

I am surprisingly happy with this purchase. I have a better system now than when new.

I hope this helps.

Viel Spaß


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5Good UpgradeApr 07, 2013
By Pablo
This is the best 2 core cpu upgrade for a Dell Optiplex 745 that you can get. When you are looking at a machine this old it's not worth buying the Q6600 quad core. This E6600 is worth upgrading to.

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5Looking to give your Dell Optiplex 745 a boost?Mar 23, 2013
Well this is the fastest processor that bucket will take. By mistake I bought the 1333Mhz FSB speed version and it didn't work. Then I read the Dell spec sheet a little bit more closely... This is IT.

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