PIII CC0? Tags: CPUs Last response: June 12, 2001 3:01 AM in CPUs Share Broken_Bits June 11, 2001 5:06:00 PM Does anyone know what CC0 stepping refers to in referance to a PIII spec? I can get one with it or without. What's the diff? Thanks for any info. That wasn't me, it was my evil twin. More about : piii cc0 Unolocogringo a b à CPUs June 11, 2001 9:56:55 PM CCo is just a newer stepping or chip revision. The CCO chips are some of the best overclokers. They usually require less voltage for the same speed. So get it. I aint signing nothing!!! Crashman a b à CPUs June 12, 2001 3:01:30 AM The cCO has a HIGHER voltage than the previous cBO. It is 1.70v instead of 1.65v. Both will overclock at around the same voltage up to 1GHz, but the cCO might require a little less above 1GHZ. Cast not thine pearls before the swine Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: Forumwhat's CC0 stepping? Forumintel cC0 vs. cB0 stepping (0683 vs. 0686) ForumVP6 and DUAL PIII 800EB ForumO/C PIII survey ForumIdentifying stepping on pIII -700 fcpga ForumWhat CPU do you use? ForumCeleron Coppermine pinmod help ForumDual P3 Motherboard question Forumcan the processor in this system be upgraded? ForumDual Processor Question ForumIs this even worth upgrading at all? Forumcompatible? ForumLooking for a good value pentium 3 cpu/mb solution ForumDual Processors ForumCPU Stepping + ForumS-spec and stepping ForumDo Socket370-to-Slot1 have a preformance hit? ForumCoppermine CPU for P2B ForumWhere can I find a good mechanical keyboard? ForumUpgrade PIII now, A4 later or T4 now More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !