Core 2 Quadro Expected In November

"Core 2 Quadro Expected In November"

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Intel Quadro

Intel's upcoming quad-core Kentsfield processor will be arriving in November and will be dubbed "Core 2 Quadro" according to DigiTimes. The new CPU is slated to debut at the same time as AMD's upcoming 3GHz Athlon 64 FX-64 CPU, the first quad-core CPU from Intel will be a flagship Core 2 Extreme QX6700. This model will feature a 2.66GHz core frequency, though a much less expensive Core 2 Quadro Q6600 will be offered in Q1 2007 which will run at 2.4GHz.

Certainly interesting times ahead in the desktop and server arena! Feel free to  comment in our forum.

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19-09-2006, 16:24:04

Rastalovich
First time I`ve done this to a K7 series, and I`ll be doing it 2morrow, from an ABit kv7 to a similar ASRock kt400a.

Anywho, what I was after was some real basic do`s and don`t`s i.e. don`t clean off the old heat pastey stuff with sandpaper and don`t submerge in soapy water.

The cpu will be housed under it`s original stock hsf.

TIA

19-09-2006, 18:15:04

Kempez
Not much to say really. Just take the same care that you would with most electrical components. Socket A's have heatsink retention mechanisms. I've put a simple to use guide in the AMD section on installing Skt A HSF's

20-09-2006, 13:06:41

Rastalovich
Well wouldn`t u believe it, I bust open a pack of "CoolMaster Premium Thermal Compound Kit" and there is both a credit card shaped thingy AND a template for a SktA & 423! Think I`ll use a busted k7 board to house it in whilst cleaning.

Hmm what was the stuff you cleaned the goo off the processor with - piccy is pretty blurred - more importantly what is it based on. i.e. alchyhol, non-alchyhol ?

20-09-2006, 13:47:02

WC Annihilus
You can just use isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol) to clean off old thermal paste.

20-09-2006, 13:54:02

Rastalovich
Thanks WC, I aint never pulled a hsf off a cpu and had it come away like dry bubble-gum b4 >.<

Think it`s coz the cpu and pcb aren`t covered with a semi inch metalic square b4 human contact, more like a small rectangle with sub rectangles branched around it.


EDIT: AXDA2600DKV4D now nice`n clean thnx guyz ;) Let`s hope I didn`t frig something with the wire wool brush and soap powder.
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