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Thursday, August 23, 2007
Intel C2D E6750

2. Retail package

Recently, Intel dropped prices for all C2D processors, making the E6750 a best buy option for all class of users. You can find the E6750 for around €175 (+shipping) in Europe. The retail package has changed a bit compared with previous C2D series:

There is still the label with full product details:

- Installation

There isn't much to say here, other than be careful when installing the CPU! After connecting all necessary power cables, you can power up your system.

Everest Ultimate Edition 2007 gives us all the information we need about the processor capabilities. The CPU multiplier ranges from 6x~8x and that should give us plenty of overclocking room:

CPU-Z also has some information for us:

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