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    Posted: 02 June 2009 at 5:40pm
Won auction on ebay for Intel Core 2 DUO E6400 2.13 ghz/2MB SLA5D last week, but can't find data sheet for it on Intel. Confused

Should have checked before bidding, but lots of info on Google found, so went for it.

Idea's anyone?

Google say's its an OEM chip made for HP, and same as SL9T9, but would prefer to see Intel pdf.




Edited by levyte357 - 04 June 2009 at 7:20pm
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All these stories about Core 2 Duo Overclocking, couldn't resist it. LOL




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try a quad core q6600 GO stepping chip, 2.4ghz standard n got mine running at 3.6 , ive heard stories of 4ghz+ not pushed mine that far..... yet
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Come on you can do better than that :P my 4300 is faster at stock volts :P
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Originally posted by iand4403 iand4403 wrote:

Come on you can do better than that :P my 4300 is faster at stock volts :P


Yes, but are you using 12" HSF? LOL
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stock cooling :P

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