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Kenny Gates

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ahh dude thanks, so i would be safe just poping in an E6600? without reinstalling anything etc..?

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ahh dude thanks, so i would be safe just poping in an E6600? without reinstalling anything etc..?

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CPU upgrades don't usually involve the need to reinstall anything. Simply pull out the old one and pop in the new one. Windows should automatically recognize the new processor. (y)
 
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