E5-2687W v2 in 6,1?
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I"m considering upgrading my 6,1 from a stock 6 core to a E5-2687W v2 but it's TDP is 150W as compared to the stock CPU which is at 130W.
Has anyone had any direct experience with this? I see on Geekbench (
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