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What stepping do I want for the upcoming 1333 fsb conroe e6750? Also how can I reserve one, or find one? thank you.
    
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i belive you would want the G0 stepping. As how to reserve one im not sure but i think since those are the new chips and thats the new stepping most of the newer ones will be them anyway.
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All E6750 will have G0 stepping. I believe all of the new 1333fsb E6X50 will be G0.
    
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All E6750 will have G0 stepping. I believe all of the new 1333fsb E6X50 will be G0.
But how long will it last? I know the early E66's were getting 3.5Ghz+ but some of the latter chips weren't doing so hot. Moral of the story - buy it quick.
    
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But how long will it last? I know the early E66's were getting 3.5Ghz+ but some of the latter chips weren't doing so hot. Moral of the story - buy it quick.
Cool you live in upstate sc as well. What area are you from. I live in spartanburg.
    
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Cool you live in upstate sc as well. What area are you from. I live in spartanburg.
Tha Thrill, dawg! Rock Hill.
    
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