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how do u guys know if the Q6600 is G0 or not? Is there a better performance if the Q6600 isnt G0?
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how do u guys know if the Q6600 is G0 or not? Is there a better performance if the Q6600 isnt G0?
If you look on the box, the model number should say SLACR, and that would indicate a G0 stepping, for the Q6600.

There isn't a better performance with the B3 stepping, but the G0 stepping consumes less power.
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If you look on the box, the model number should say SLACR, and that would indicate a G0 stepping, for the Q6600.

There isn't a better performance with the B3 stepping, but the G0 stepping consumes less power.
can all processors have a G0 stepping or only Intel?
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That's Intel's way of doing it, I believe.
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