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However, if your system only supports the 95W Q6600 with a G0 stepping (and not the 105W B3 stepping), your system may only support 95W and lower processors.

If you aren't sure what TDP your motherboard supports, I'd recommend going with the 95W and lower Xeons only.

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Some motherboards with these chipsets have worked with 45nm quad core Xeons, and some haven't (please see the list of tested motherboards for more details).

This is likely due to some motherboards unofficially supporting 45nm quad core processors.

This information only applies to motherboards actually manufactured by Intel.

We haven't heard of any problems with ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI, or any other brands.

The E0 stepping E5440 and X3363 Xeons both have the same CPUID (1067A), which means they're both made from the same silicon and are basically the same internally.

Additionally, there's no noticeable difference between them (other than one has dual-processor support), so it looks like this could be causing the problem.

If you're unsure what LGA 775 processors your motherboard supports, please read the following article: How to Check if Your Motherboard Supports a Specific Processor.

Prebuilt computers (like Dell) sometimes use different motherboards (depending on what parts come with the system), and the motherboards may not support the same processors, so you'll need to figure out which motherboard you have.

Hopefully the table shown below is pretty self explanatory, but here's an explanation if it isn't.

Each row shows an LGA 775 processor in the 1st column.

The older non-E0 stepping processors often don't need a microcode update to enable these features, so if you do try it, buy one of those.

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