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i7 920 D0 stepping available OCUK

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  1. human_error

    human_error

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    Now i know OCUK hasn't got the best reputation here but i thought i'd point out they are now selling D0 stepped chips in retails boxed at £4 more than the C0/C1 retail chips (still more expensive than the OEM 920 C0/C1 steppings) but i guess it won't be long until they have D0 OEM chips listed.

    http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=CP-280-IN

    BTW has anyone got any overclocking results on the new D0 stepping? i read a preview on anand where their prelim. tests showed D0 clocked higher for lower voltage but they may have just had a good chip.

    anandtech preview

    Sorry if this has already been posted, i havn't spotted any threads with it in though :)
  2. Paulieg

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    SystemViper has a DO, but I haven't really seen any benches from him yet. Come on SV, chime in here!!:)
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    £4 more?? In Taiwan they're selling it for NT$5 more than the C0
    Which is like £3.5 difference :wtf:
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    Work has been Krazy this week, i haven't even turned on my systems yet.

    Plus i just got my Classified, so i will put the DO in there and see what it will do for temps and low volts this weekend.

    Got to keep making the money or it all crumbles... :rockout:
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