what does "stepping AXIA" mean?

I am this close *holds fingers close together* to buying a 1.2 tbird. At newegg.com there are two, both are 266 FSB, but one is a "Stepping AXIA processor" for 99 bucks and a normal one for 91 bucks, whats the diff?
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  1. AXIA's generally tend to overclock better.

    Its just a stepping.
    AXIA, AVIA and the new AYHJA stepping all
    overclock well.

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  2. axia sux compared to ayhja. i've never had a axia run stable at 1.4. the 1.33 athlon is ayhja and should run around 1.5.
  3. *shrug* I have a 1gig AVIA that I've been able to bring
    up to 1.42 at its best.

    But stupid NIC doesn't like the higher bus frequencies
    so its at 1.38

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  4. My 1.33 axia runs at 1.5 the average AIR COOLED overclock for a ayjha is 1.6ghz, they have a table at www.athlonoc.com explaining steppings and their overclocks.

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