Whats the difference between a D0 and C0 overclock? Tags: CPUs Overclocking Last response: July 14, 2009 3:26 PM in Overclocking Share polyzp July 14, 2009 4:01:06 AM I am still confused about this! - Panos - More about : whats difference overclock | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Register or log in to remove marcellis22 July 14, 2009 4:10:34 AM I am still confused that someone that can surf the Internet can't pull up GOOGLE and do homework on their own! | Report abuse randomizer CPUs Authority July 14, 2009 6:15:33 AM Your 2 minutes on google didn't answer his question though. | Report abuse randomizer CPUs Authority July 14, 2009 9:37:23 AM D0 can do 4.5GHz on air if you know what you're doing, maybe higher. | Report abuse daship CPUs Expert July 14, 2009 3:26:55 PM C0 4.0 air, D0 4.5 air. MAybe/Maybe still depends, luck of the draw. Since you still dont know the difference, you probably arent smart enough to get either one to 4.0+ | Report abuse Register or log in to remove Ask the community Publish Tom's Hardware>Forum>Overclocking>Whats the difference between a D0 and C0 overclock?> Related ressources: ForumI7 920 ... C0 - D0 - what 's that ForumWhat 's the physical difference between D0 and C0 stepping? ForumC0 stepping vs D0 stepping ForumC0 and D0 ForumSo what does it mean to get an C0 Stepping instead of D0 ? ForumC0 or D0 stepping? ForumHow do I tell the difference between D0 and C0 i7's? ForumWhat is the difference between E8400 C0 and E0? ForumOverclocking to 3.4ghz on stock cooling on i7 920 D0 ok? Forum920 D0 Temps vs C0 Temps - consistency? Forumi7 950 S-spec: SLBEN is D0 or C0 ? ForumI7 920 D0 Stepping vs i7 920? Help Please ForumHow to know if its C0 or D0 ? ForumI7 920 d0 faster an c0 ? ForumD0 from newegg? C0 @ 3.6? ForumHigh temps on i7 920 D0 ForumShould I connect all my case fans to a PWM slot? ForumHelp-a-n00b: First overclock - Phenom II X4 955 ForumIs my 3.55 ghz overclock better than 3.75 on core i7? ForumUnalbe to overclock E6600 on GA-965P-DS3 More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !