View Full Version : cC0 Steppings
11-10-2000, 01:37 AM
Any word on a place that is selling cC0 stepping P3's? I mean cheap. Remember how Onvia was selling cB0 700 P3s at a good price? I know some places sell them (cC0)specifically... but they pump up the price because they know they have something good.
Has anyone gotten a cC0 stepping just out of chance?
Are you sure the CCO stepping cpus are out for Pentium III's? http://support.intel.com/support/processors/sspec/p3p.htm
These people will give you good service and read off the S-specs for processors: http://www.isquaredinc.com/main2.html
11-12-2000, 08:12 PM
I don't know... I don't think that I would buy an 850 right now unless it was a cC0. Because really... the difference between an 850 and an 850@1000 is not THAT much faster... you know? A cC0 850 might have the potential to flirt with 1.13G... but who knows?
Especially when the Thunderbird 1G is around $250.
By no means am I an AMD guy. But those Thunderbirds are mighty fast and mighty cheap. However, if a cC0 750 can be had for under $200... that might be a good choice with an 815 motherboard. And a cC0 Celeron... oooooh, that's tempting at under $80 for someone with a BE-6 II... or similar.
11-12-2000, 09:20 PM
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