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post #3211 of 4653
So what's the deal with M0 and R0 stepping? Is one any better than the other?
Mine is M0.
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Hi there, here my old result:

Attachment 109468
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=465575

system was stable enough to run super pi, and the couple of hours work in os.

my 24/7 full stable oc is 4012 at 1.406

and for those,who think that voltage is not safe, you can watch how long I am running at these setting, half year! So think about your determination for dream 4GHZ!
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Originally Posted by metal_gunjee View Post
So what's the deal with M0 and R0 stepping? Is one any better than the other?
Mine is M0.
I guess M0 is better cause I havent seen R0 around yet. Almost everybody I've come across has a M0 stepping. And since the E5x00 is known for its overclocking potential, I put my money on the M0.

Changes in steppings means (small) changes in the design of a CPU btw, so a change in numbers from lets say M0 to M2 means small changes, bigger changes require new letters like from M0 to R0. So the R0 might be better in some regards, cause it is a new 'revision' sort of speak, but the M0 stepping has already proven itself

edit: good stuff btw aibo
Edited by spar - 5/23/09 at 3:26am
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post #3214 of 4653
I think all e5200's to date are M0 stepping and the e5300 + e5400 are R0 stepping.
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post #3215 of 4653
R0 stepping E5200's have been on the market since April 13th, but it takes a while for it to get to every store.
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any news about OC on 5200 vs 5300 vs 5400 ? i'm thinking of changing my 5200 cos of the visualization from W7 cos i use virtualPC every day (virtualbox) i'm not sure if the 5200 can run that thing from W7 or it just will work lower...

does anyone know ?
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post #3217 of 4653
None of the E5000 series has VT, if you want VT, step up to the E8000 series, or the Q9000 series. Virtual Machines can run well even without VT, however, VT is mandatory in Windows 7 compatibility mode, from what I've heard.

Edit:
Or you can go for the new Pentium Dual-Core E6300 2.8Ghz (10.5 x 266), 2Mb L2 cache, 1066Mhz FSB. I think it can do at least 3.5Ghz with a reasonable amount of voltage.
Edited by kirayamato26 - 5/23/09 at 9:35am
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Wow, a e6000 series 45nm Intel.
    
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post #3219 of 4653
$91.99 on Newegg.

Lol, there are no reviews/benchmarks of it on the net though, I am tempted to buy it when the prices drop a bit, $115 CAD here.
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Phew!!!!!!!!!! - Just give my self a bit of a scare.
I set vcore to 1.4625 in BIOS, vtt to 1.32V - Booted to 333x11.5 (3830mhz)
When I tried a benchie (super Pi) I came up with a screen I have never seen before.
Blue Screen with text - The system has been halted - Please call your hardware vendor.
Thought I fried it - Hope I didnt do any damage!!!!!!
Anyhow rebooted and back up and running 333x10 for now.
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