I got a MSI P6N SLI Platinum mobo, and right now I have a 2.66ghz E6700 core 2 duo processor in there. i also have a regular MSI P6N mobo with a 3.4ghz dual-core pentium D processor. I am using the MSI platinum currently, and i would kinda like to swap the processors since i figure they're both dual-core but on has a higher ghz. firstly, would that be better? (I use my system for games, internet, movies, and music). I got the core 2 duo because it said that it would run cooler, but it runs the same as the pentium D when i used it in the mobo it's in now. when i originally tried to swap them (i probably messed up big time, but nothing was damaged) i just switched them, when i booted up it was just a black screen. i put the core 2 duo back in, and when i first started up, something popped up that said basically "previous overclocking failed." when you switch to a higher ghz CPU, does the system view that as overclocking? please help.