is there a way to tell what stepping and revision from my chip? Tags: CPUs Core Chip Intel Last response: November 25, 2007 1:00 AM in CPUs Share chojustalittlebit November 23, 2007 3:43:54 PM hello I just got an intel duo core E2140 from microcenter for 65 bucks after tax i heard that the mo revision runs cooler. Is there a way to check whether that chip is this mo revision without sticking it into the mobo? thanks. More about : stepping revision chip Grimmy November 23, 2007 3:45:39 PM CPU-Z Edit: . o O (without out it on the MB?) It would be the serial number, but I don't know where the list to help figure that out. chojustalittlebit November 23, 2007 3:53:22 PM ehe, too much turkey on your belly makes you sleepy thanks for the quick reply though Related resources how can I tell what chip arrangement I have? - Forum Winxp some way to tell what program is accessing a drive - Forum Winxp some way to tell what program is accessing a drive - Forum Is there a way to tell what OS you got - Forum Is there a way to tell windows what size to open up as? - Forum Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer Grimmy November 23, 2007 3:57:36 PM Maybe this will help: E2160 and E2140 New L-2 to M-0 Stepping, BIOS update required Ya... dat turkey was good. Edit: Forgot to mention, just look at the product code and compare. cdrwok November 23, 2007 8:24:11 PM i just compared the new cpu to the one i purchased previously, everything about the same, only the package date differ by one day, so hope it is the mo revision that was supposed to run cooler nX07 November 24, 2007 6:15:32 PM Can I find out a Stepping/Revision by the labels on the boxes or the etched information on the CPU itself? I just bought a Q6600 but I don't want to open it if it is not a G0. Unolocogringo a b à CPUs November 24, 2007 7:25:00 PM The simpliest way is to go to Intel's website. Google Intel S spec. Usually first link. Enter the S spec of your processor SLACR or SL9UM etc. easyg November 24, 2007 7:47:48 PM Unolocogringo said:The simpliest way is to go to Intel's website. Google Intel S spec. Usually first link. Enter the S spec of your processor SLACR or SL9UM etc. Great advice. The s spec tool also allows searches based on the Intel product code printed on barcoded label on the retail box. In other words, no need to open up the box to find the stepping and rev. cisco November 25, 2007 1:00:32 AM CPU-Z Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources What are some ways of telling if your power supply has gone bad Forum More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !