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Topic Title: 3000+ retail vs. OEM?
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Created On: 06/22/2005 02:13 PM
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 06/22/2005 02:13 PM
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soccermike7
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looking on newegg to purchase some new stuff and i noticed that for the retail athlon 64 3000+ the voltage says 1.35/1.4 and for the OEM it says 1.5V.

Why is there a difference and does it matter at all?
 06/22/2005 03:54 PM
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hubs8907
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The retail one you are looking at is probably a venice/san diego core.
I'd also assume that the oem you saw is a newcastle. Those cores have the respective voltages.

If you're looking to buy a new proc, get a Venice/San Diego core. More instructions, lower voltages, better o/c'ing /smile.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='smile.gif' />

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