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Does a T7300 with stepping "B0" work well?

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Recently, I get a es sample of T7300 (2.00GHz, 800MHz FSB, 4M L2 cache) .

I checked it by tool "cpuz", so I get its information: stepping: 4, revison: B0, specification: "Genuine Intel(R) CPU @2.00GHz(ES)".

I have used it for some days, and i find that it generates a great heat.

I run it with a stress tool, when it gets a 60% loading, it gets 70°C, and when it gets a 100% loading, it gets 84°C. Its idle temperature is 51°C.

Does the temperature properly?

And i see that the T7300 also has B1, B2 steppings, what the detail upgrades from B0 stepping?

Thanks very much!

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Hi,

the temps seem a bit high, but then you are using an engineering sample, so there is no much to say. Get a proper retails or OEM CPU and then see.

BTW are you and end user or a company? because end users arent supposed to have ES chips

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oh well good luck with that one then!

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Well, thanks, but I find I cannot bear the high temps.

I sent it to a friend of mine.

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