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Old 01-17-2008, 07:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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So whats the temp diffrences between the two is there any major diffrences?
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Default Re: b stepping and g0 stepping?

g0 runs a lot cooler.
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Default Re: b stepping and g0 stepping?

G0 stepping does run a lot cooler then most CPU's. It's major, that's all you have to know. :happy:
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Default Re: b stepping and g0 stepping?

alot, ive had the 2, with b3 i got temps over 80c with stock cooler on prime 95, it cut it off at 80c with g0 and stock cooler it was like 65 max i dont go over 45 now with my g0 and tuniq tower 120
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its b3 revision and g0 revision...

but most of the time the b3 runs a bit warmer and SOMETIMES doesn't overclock as well as the g0
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its b3 revision and g0 revision...

THANK YOU!!! It drives me nutzs to hear people say GO stepping.... Argh!..
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so on cpuz it says my q6600 is b stepping and G0 revision whats that mean?Oh yea and on the cpu it says SLACR
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so on cpuz it says my q6600 is b stepping and G0 revision whats that mean?Oh yea and on the cpu it says SLACR
It means exactly that, just different manufacturing processors..
People often times confuse the two.
But it is for the newer models:
Stepping: B
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Stepping is a Number.. .in this case its 7... and look where b3 is under... Revision!!
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so this means mines is a g0 right?
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