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Reviewed by Michael Johnson from Harrisburg, PA on 03/20/11
Upgraded my motherboard to the strongest processor it could handle. Took out the Pentium D, dropped in the Core 2 Duo, a little thermal paste, screw down the cooler master cpu cooler, booted her up. Took a reboot, reactivation of Windows 7, my cpu windows index went from 4.2 to 6.0, couldn't be easier. Dealing with superbiiz couldn't have gone any easier. Would surely buy from again.
As previously mentioned, be prepared to reactivate Windows.
Reviewed by Andrew from San Francisco, CA on 12/23/09
Worked flawlessly. Just had to drop it into the socket and boot. Windows and Linux recognized it and didn't need to be reinstalled, though Windows needed to be rebooted once.
Changing the processor will pretty much automatically require reactivating Windows. Be ready for it.
Could you get better than this besides the extreme Reviewed by Anonymous from vancouver, WA on 01/04/07
no because Intel is killing AMD but this intel is more expensive than the AMD.It is worth buying this over the AMD because of how powerful this is for the price.