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Old 11-29-04, 12:42 AM Thread Starter   #1
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what stepping is this 3.0C northwood?


it says this on the heatspreader on the CPU:

Intel(M)(C) '01
Pentium(R) 4
3GHZ/512/800
SL6WK MALAY
Q429A352

.....T429A876
.....0704

*NOTE: THE full stops represent spaces



also what is the stock voltage for a 3ghz northwood

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Old 11-29-04, 12:47 AM   #2
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SL6WK is the stepping.

And I believe that 1.55 volts is stock voltage--but don't quote me on that, I'm an Athlon man.

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so liek is it this "E0 or D0" or wahever stepping ive been reading about

what can i expect of an OC oputta this CPU (provided i have the right ram, PSU, cooling etc.)??

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Old 11-29-04, 04:19 AM   #4
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so liek is it this "E0 or D0" or wahever stepping ive been reading about

what can i expect of an OC oputta this CPU (provided i have the right ram, PSU, cooling etc.)??
There is alot of people on this forum with that same stepping,,, you might want to do a search and see others results.

I have the same stepping..see sig for results. Post some of details of your hardware..might help some people in giving you advice
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so liek is it this "E0 or D0" or wahever stepping ive been reading about

what can i expect of an OC oputta this CPU (provided i have the right ram, PSU, cooling etc.)??
your 3.0c SL6WK is a D1 stepping. E0 and D0 steppings are for prescotts. you have a northwood cpu. i had a SL6WK and it did 3.75ghz with 1.65v. should be a decent chip for you.

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SL6WK is the s-spec code. If you look it up on the Intel website s-spec finder chart you will see it's a D1 stepping like Max said. Also, if you run CPU-Z on your system that will tell you too. Default vcore is probably 1.525v.

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