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Intel E8400 E0 Stepping  - Intel E8400 E0 Stepping
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The 45nm C2D and C2Q have been around for a while now and they really made a huge difference to the Core 2 line of CPUs. The smaller process brought with it lower voltages and lower temperatures and gave us higher overclocks. Just about everyone could take their new C2D CPUs and run them at 4Ghz and beyond. Intel has just recently released a new top dog to their 45nm C2D line, the E8600. The E8600 brings with it more stock MHz and the magical 10 multiplier. It also brought with it a new stepping. When people started looking at the CPU-z screen, they noticed an E0 where the C0 used to be. The new stepping also made its way down to the E8400 and E8500.
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