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can i pt the i5 3570k in my hp 6300 pro sff pc, as the specs only says the 3570?

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Just would like to know if i can put an i5 3570k in my 6300 pro, as the specs only mentions the 3570?

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Illustrated Parts & Service Map HP Compaq 6300 Pro Business PC Small Form Factor

 

indeed there is a strong risk that it will not work
Unless I'm mistaken it is the overclock version, function not supported by the motherboard I imagine ..
Take the risk of disassemble, reassembling, for nothing, better to avoid, it's up to you!


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