I bought this cpu for a media center pc running ...
Troy Klidaras, Amazon
8 December 2015
Summary: I bought this cpu for a media center pc running a pentium d. I put it in and when I turned it on, nothing happened, the case fan didn't turn on, the cpu fan didn't turn on, the graphics card didn't work, the only thing that worked was the hard drive.
Summary: perfect arrived on time and everything was in order.Installed it and ran my computer and all was well. the only worrisome thing is that the fan runs on full throttle all the time maybe due to the thermal paste but i did a heat test and found no problems on max load.
Summary: I just bought this cpu in 2015 and it still runs strong, I already had a heatsync but intel's works just as well. I put this in an old emachines w3629 along with 4gb ddr2 ram and a radeon 6450 and it works well.
Improved performance over Pentium Dual Core processor
Dig The Dome, Amazon
22 November 2014
Summary: I bought a refurbished Dell Optiplex 380 computer from another site that was very inexpensive, but came with a Pentium Dual Core processor at 2.6GHz. The service manual for the workstation indicated that a core 2 duo or core 2 quad processor was supported by the motherboard.
Summary: I needed a CPU for my dad's aging PC, worked flawlessly. I had an e7200 when they were new and I remember it fondly, I knew this one despite being old it's plenty good for internet and office use.
Summary: I purchased this CPU because I had a good motherboard lying around with a LGA775 socket. This Dual Core Intel CPU features a 3 MB Cache memory and clocks at 2.93 GHz. I installed it into a media center build and this is a fast CPU. It runs cool (for an Intel chip) and it is easy to overclock.
Summary: I bought this to upgrade my aging desktop with a Celeron 430 processor, and WOW. The difference is phenomenal. If you want to get more life out of your computer with a Socket 775 motherboard, grab this.