About this Intel CPU:
This Intel CPU has been tested and pulled from working systems. Some scratches and scrapes may be present on the heat spreader, but these cosmetic imperfections do not affect functionality. We make every effort to remove all thermal paste; however, some residue may still remain.
Please ensure compatibility between your motherboard and this processor before purchasing.
8th Generation note.
The 8th generation Intel Core processors, known as Coffee Lake, used the LGA 1151 socket. However, it’s crucial to note that while the socket was physically the same as the LGA 1151 used by the 6th (Skylake) and 7th (Kaby Lake) generation processors, the pin configuration and power delivery were different. Consequently, 8th generation processors required new motherboards, specifically those with the Intel 300 series chipsets, despite sharing the LGA 1151 socket name.
Common compatibility errors can lead to a non-functional product after installation.
When installing processors, it is essential to follow the manufacturer’s guidelines. Even minor damage to the receiving pins on Intel motherboards during or before installation can result in nonfunctional or improperly functioning processors or systems.
Please note that we do not provide ongoing technical support.
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