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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.

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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.

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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.

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