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I want to buy the OEM since it's so much cheaper, but damn... I need the retail for warranty "just" in case And no microcenter near me :\\
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I want to buy the OEM since it's so much cheaper, but damn... I need the retail for warranty "just" in case And no microcenter near me :
That sucks, still I would take a chance on the Egg. I doubt you will receive a B3.
    
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hey... if u dont mind I ask what "GO' means?

And I'm getting a Q6600 as well. so feel free to mesg me. thx
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G0 is a better stepping. Meaning uses less power, and GENERALLY has better temps. And from what I've seen here on and around is that i OC a lot better/easier. I was going to wait until the Pen's came out ot see if it'll drop in price... but I don't think I'll have money by then lol.

So yeah, I guess I'll take a shot at egg.
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