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Old 10-08-2007, 07:49 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Default Re: Q6600: G0 Stepping vs B3 Stepping

im curious, do AMD processors, maybe the Phenom's have G0 stepping or no? That would be really cool.
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g0's is Intel's thing....

but AMD will be releasing a new architecture... lets see how it comes out...
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Also if your stepping up to the Q6600 check out out Microcenter. They have them in store for 199. for the boxed unit. I posted this earlier and I have also seen the thread in Hot Buys. When you go in store you can also pick out the G0 step processor from the B3 if they have them.
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its Revision:
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G0 Revision

also I think he's already got his rig because this is over a 4month thread
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LOL. Where the heck did I pull this one up at. Haha, Must be this cold I am fighting with. Clouding the old noggin. My bad.
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Honestly I really don't think your going to run into to many b3's.... You might but I would not think so even if you ordered from the egg you should be getting a g0.
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Clubit gaurantees G0
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Necroposting ftw.
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