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    Member Chocobo's Avatar
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    Where to buy 3.0C 30 caps?

    Does anyone know?
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    NewEgg won't specify which type your getting, nor will they let you request a specific stepping. PC Supply Source allows you to choose specific steppings and pack dates, but that doesn't guarantee your choice will be a 12 or 30 cap CPU. Both SL6WU and SL6WK come in 12 and 30 cap versions.

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    but it seems like SL6WU is most likely to come with 30 caps since the stepping is newer
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    I have bought two at pcsupplysource.com.
    They allow you to choose a stepping for $8 extra. Just specify the stepping in the 'Notes' when you complete the order and you will get an email shortly afterwards, telling you you will be charged $8 extra. I got an sl6wu 30 cap and an sl6wk 30 cap from them. The sl6wk (pack date March 9 2004) is BY FAR the better overclocker (see sig)

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    pvanosta: what is the stepping of your sl6wk?

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    Not sure. How do I determine the stepping? In Sandra, it says Stepping Mask D1...

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    I think you should be able to see your cpu stepping with CPUZ http://www.cpuid.com/cpuz.php

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    According to CPU-Z: Stepping 9, Revision D1

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    I just bought this one from newegg. Its D1 stepping.

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    I just checked mine, It's SL6WU with 30caps.

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