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  1. As to the CPU itself it is an Allendale... E6300, E6400 have 2MB shared cache = Allendale E6600, E6700 have 4MB shared cache = Conroe That's really the only difference.
  2. I believe that is a ceramic "heat sink". At least that's what it looks like to me.
  3. As matthewsr2000 mentioned, voltage...what's the Vcore set at?..... bios will set it to .9 by default but it should be set manually to 1.35/1.4 (could be the reason it won't boot at higher speeds).
  4. Sorry, should have said earlier that you just put in the last 12 digits/letters of the sticker.......
  5. Double check the XP disk and see what it reads as in " My Computer", and look at the 3 underlined letters If it's FPP it's retail, CCP is upgrade......OEM of course means it's oem.
  6. That is way too high for the V-core.
  7. Vcore @ 1.85 ?!?.....way to high, you're gonna burn something up. Reading this thread through again I think you misunderstood "V-chip to 1.7".....he means chipset voltage not V-core.
  8. look at number 1 in this pic (large circle is pwmic, small circle is the sensor)
  9. I've got the Vantec copper cooler on mine and it fits perfectly, http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?...N82E16835110103 I've also used the one you linked to and had to drill some holes in it to get it to fit right..... but it did work.
  10. Yep.... most of us using 2gig with the Newarks have this problem ( though for most of us they will boot up to about 180mhz ), but here is a trick that works great for me to get the mem running up to speed http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/showpost.p...74&postcount=13 If ya need some help with it, feel free to PM me.
  11. Learners permit means that many times (if you have a Sata and a Pata HDD attached), windows will place the boot files on the IDE drive even though the rest of the files get placed on the Sata. Best way to avoid this is to unplug all Pata drives when installing OS on a Sata.
  12. Newegg has em now....$224.99.... outch! http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?...N82E16813136009
  13. Exactly Maarek_Stele.... alot of us Newark users can't boot above 180-185mhz using 2gig of Infineon mem. But there is a workaround using A64tweaker to get it up to speed after getting into windows. http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/showpost.p...74&postcount=13
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