It's a C3, all the newest releases are C3 (560/565/570, 970/975/980 etc.). Everything since November '09 has been a C3, they won't go back to an older, less efficient revision. No offence (am tired).
Also, the only reason you see the 960T
, and 970 there is 'cos that particular Stepping (OEM only versions of 970, and 960T designations) of E0 are infact Thuban Cores, with the possibility of unlocking to X5/X6's.
The 820/840 has no L3 Cache (as with Athlon II), so they're there to see if the Cache could be unlocked.
Not all AMD's are listed, only ones with the possibility of unlocking Cores/Cache.
The generic's have been covered with AMD Phenom II x4 9x5 (BE) 2.6Ghz-3.7Ghz Not Unlockable
, although it says "9X5" (925/945/955/965/975), the 980 has been covered with the "-3.7GHz" update. Technically it means "9XX", but the jist is generally got.
"What Unlocks? -> The "Unlockable" CPU reference list
"Edited by EvoBeardy - 6/30/11 at 7:02pm