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Pros: This processor runs really well. On the ASUS mombo. Serial # P5QPL- VM EPU Motherboard works really well. Classic 775 socket on that model works great. Real fast quick to the point with windows 7 ultimate 64 bit . Motherboard has ability to overlap memory in BIOS , A real plus when using Kingston 4x2 GB. Pretty pricy stuff to do now but that processor held for a couple of years I paid cheap for it when I built it for I built it when this was cheap two kingstons memory DDR 2 cost me $160. So got a good deal now that must be more. But it is a great machine that I feel will last forever with upgrades and it will handle almost the PC you say yeah baby your the best. I mean I get a 7.3. In memory and processes. Gaming with my nividia graphics 1 GB just really you see this is your private server for a good home grown business, whatever you into it rocks. Less fixing windows more having fun with windows. This was not the average stock processors that came built for you .
Cons: Like I said maybe too late to do it for cheap like I did it when it first came out get a cheaper if this computing program of building is not cheap anymore. But if is get it you will see the quality that Intel processing is made to last forever. I really believe I wont need a upgrade from the one I have and love. So get lucky with this if can't just find a newer one that will run for you forever. The secret is to get it new and cheap. But with high specs . And rock on peace.
Other Thoughts: Well I think I finally see the truth behind advertising. Or should I say intel does not need anymore upgrades in performance anymore they got it with quad cores. All new chips run pretty much the same and it is cheaper. Now the upgrade in chips is just. Pretty much for better HD graphics and handing. More for 3D effects. But speed how much faster can windows go. I have single click on windows mouse settings set and I click by mistake through a thousand folders like quick lol so speed from the quad and beyond will pretty much clock the same in speed. INTEL finally got it right from this point of the duo core and Quad processors. Just my opinion :)READ FULL REVIEW