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Correct me if I'm wrong, but Toledo is a dual-core core. They are used on single-cores because one core is dead (and was so when it came out of the factory) and instead of just tossing it they slap a 3700+ label on it. 90% of users (except overclockers) won't notice a difference between a true San Diego and a messed-up Toledo at all, so AMD thinks it's fine to sell these like that. The dead Toledos come as CCBWE.

P.S. You do NOT want a CCBWE. They are as bad as CABGE (the most feared stepping of 3700+) except for phase cooling, phase runs around $900.
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