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    Posted: 24 Nov 2015 at 12:25am
So i want to buy a CPU from friend and i am still using Asrock 775dual-vsta (i know old...) and it have BIOS P1.80 and all what i want to know do Core 2 Duo E6700 run on P1.80 BIOS and what heat it will generate with Celeron D 331 stock cooler and 2 case coolers(i can buy many cheap coolers at Ebay:D)?
Asrock 775dual-vsta is intel LGA775 Socket.
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The E6700 has been supported on that board since BIOS P1.40 according to your board's CPU support list

As for the cooler I would not recommend using a celeron cooler on the E6700, however, the celeron you mentioned is a prescott based CPU which notoriously ran hot whereas the Conroe E6700 should run cooler. Looking up the TDP of both CPUs we see that the celeron is an 84w TDP part and the E6700 is a 65w TDP part. So what I am saying is that it will work and will not likely damage the CPU via overheating but it is not an ideal solution. You would be better served installing a cheap aftermarket cooler or, if budget is a major factor, a core 2 Quad cooler which you can pick up on Ebay for next to nothing these days.
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Ewww, Prescott = Foot Warmer.

I had a couple of those meanies.
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Do not use the stock cooler. Believe me when I say that. It is woefully inadequate.
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I can add phew coolers to case.. But even then it will burn?
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My comments were directed solely towards the Prescott chips, not the Conroe you have.

Follow Xaltars advice and you'll be fine.

Sorry for interjecting myself here.
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Originally posted by wardog wardog wrote:

My comments were directed solely towards the Prescott chips, not the Conroe you have.

Follow Xaltars advice and you'll be fine.

Sorry for interjecting myself here.
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Nah. That's cool:D i even laughted 8D
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http://m.aliexpress.com/item/1336548364.html    i faund this little fella who can help me..this will help me cool on optimal level E6700?
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I saw E6600 who was cheaper.. Who is better on virtual machines? E6700 or E6600? And both them compare to Celeron D 331?
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AivisLV I saw E6600 who was cheaper.. Who is better on virtual machines? E6700 or E6600? And both them compare to Celeron D 331? And heat?

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