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Are the new Xeon dual/quad cores all g0 or better?

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  1. niko084

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    Just curious, because I want to buy Xeon's from now on, they just seem to run a bit smoother and tend to be a bit cooler from my experience.

    My 3070 out clocks my e6750 also even on the same board.
     
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    Not every Xeon is G0, no.

    The X3210 and X3220 come in both B3 AND G0, but the X3230 is G0 only.
     
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    SLACS 2.66 GHz X3230
    G0

    SLACT 2.40 GHz X3220
    G0

    SL9UP 2.40 GHz X3220
    B3

    SL9UQ 2.13 GHz X3210
    B3

    SLACU 2.13 GHz X3210
    G0
     
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    I was thinking the newer ones like-
    3065
    3075
    3085
     
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    so your looking at the Dual cores ?

    if you are I would wait fot the 45nm ones cuz what kind of OC do you get with your 3070
     
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    It's not to replace my 3070, my little brother wants to get one, I'm going to get a new quad.
    He seems a bit over anxious to buy one too, so I'm just trying to find out...

    I have hit 4 on my 3070, but its knocked back down to 3.2 because it runs that really nice at 1.2 and I can even leave thermal control turned on to keep it really cool.
     
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    well tell him to wait for the 45nm Q's there should get 4+GHz on air should be out buy Jan. 08

    im waiting :(
     
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    I didn't know when they were coming out myself, but I'll try to tell him... Don't know if he will listen though...
     
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    lol yeah its hard thats why I got a new case over a E6850

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    mmm Thanks...

    I see a Q9450 or Xeon equivalent coming my way :)


    By the way I found out-
    All the 1333mhz chips are G0 :)
     
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    the dual core are but the Q's are 1066Mhz GO,B2;)
     

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