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  1. #16
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    If you go to this link and add in the three codes on your cpu it will tell you everything you want to know about your AMD cpu:
    http://www.bloodys.com/scripts/cpu.php

    Not my link, just found it on the web. Worked great for my Barton anyway
    FX 53
    A8V
    eVGA 6800 Ultra
    1 GB TwinX3200XL Pro
    2(74gb Raptors) RAID 0
    2(120gb Samsung SATA) RAID 0
    NEC DL 8x DVD Burner
    DD Maze4 CPU and 6800 GPU.
    Dual 120mm Extreme Rad(cpu), Extreme rad (video)
    CoolerMaster "Stacker"
    http://home.ma.rr.com/silverback/insidecpu.jpghttp://home.ma.rr.com/silverback/gpu1.jpg

  2. #17
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    One of the best links EVER. Thank you very much.

    Athlon XP Processor High-end
    Core Thoroughbred-B
    CPU Model 8
    Performance Rating 2100+
    Working frequency 1733 MHz
    Package Type OPGA
    Operating Voltage 1.6 V
    Max Die Temperature 90° C
    L1 Cache Size 128 KB
    L2 Cache Size 256 KB
    Multiplier 13x
    FSB Frequency 266 MHz
    Stepping Code AIUHB
    Manifacture Year 2003
    Manifacture Week 04
    Production Batch M
    Batch Production Number 0278
    Downgraded from 2800+

  3. #18
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    My AMD cpu

    Athlon XP Processor
    Core Barton
    CPU Model 10
    Performance Rating 2500+
    Working frequency 1833 MHz
    Package Type OPGA
    Operating Voltage 1.65 V
    Max Die Temperature 85° C
    L1 Cache Size 128 KB
    L2 Cache Size 512 KB
    Multiplier 11x
    FSB Frequency 333 MHz
    Stepping Code AQUCA
    Manifacture Year 2003
    Manifacture Week 07
    Production Batch G
    Batch Production Number 0423


    Currently running at 2800+ by changing Multi
    FX 53
    A8V
    eVGA 6800 Ultra
    1 GB TwinX3200XL Pro
    2(74gb Raptors) RAID 0
    2(120gb Samsung SATA) RAID 0
    NEC DL 8x DVD Burner
    DD Maze4 CPU and 6800 GPU.
    Dual 120mm Extreme Rad(cpu), Extreme rad (video)
    CoolerMaster "Stacker"
    http://home.ma.rr.com/silverback/insidecpu.jpghttp://home.ma.rr.com/silverback/gpu1.jpg

  4. #19
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    Code:
    AMD Processor Ordering Part Number (OPN) Breakdown
    
    Processors are identified by markings known as Ordering Part Number (OPN).
    The OPN identifies the processor and its specifications.
    
    AXDA 2700 D K V 3 D
     |    |   | | | | +--Maximum System-Bus (Front-Side-Bus) Speed
     |    |   | | | |
     |    |   | | | +----Level 2 Cache Size
     |    |   | | |
     |    |   | | +------Maximum Die Temperature
     |    |   | |
     |    |   | +--------Operating Voltage (Nominal Core Voltage)
     |    |   |
     |    |   +----------Package Type
     |    |
     |    +--------------Model Number
     |
     +-------------------Processor Core Architecture / Brand Name
    
    
    
    Processor Core Architecture / Brand Name:
    
    These alpha characters define the core architecture of the processor.
    
    OPN Code              Brand Name                Technology
    ----------------------------------------------------------
    AXDA                  AMD Athlon™ XP            0.13 µm
    AX                    AMD Athlon™ XP            0.18 µm
    AMSN                  AMD Athlon™ MP            0.13 µm
    AMP/AHX               AMD Athlon™ MP            0.18 µm
    K7/A                  AMD Athlon™               0.18 µm
    AHM                   Mobile AMD Athlon™ 4      0.18 µm
    AXMS/AXMD/AXDM        Mobile AMD Athlon™ XP     0.13 µm
    D/DHD/DHM/DHL         AMD Duron™                0.18 µm
    
    
    Model Number:
    
    This four digit numeric field defines the speed of the processor in
    megaherz or Model Number as appropriate.
    
    OPN Code       Frequency          OPN Code       Model Number
    -------------------------------------------------------------
    0500           500 MHz            1400           1400+ (Mobile)
    0550           550 MHz            1500           1500+
    0600           600 MHz            1600           1600+
    0650           650 MHz            1700           1700+
    0700           700 MHz            1800           1800+
    0750           750 MHz            1900           1900+
    0800           800 MHz            2000           2000+
    0850           850 MHz            2100           2100+
    0900           900 MHz            2200           2200+
    0950           950 MHz            2400           2400+
    1000           1000 MHz           2600           2600+
    1100           1100 MHz           2700           2700+
    1133           1133 MHz           2800           2800+
    1200           1200 MHz
    1300           1300 MHz
    1333           1333 MHz
    1400           1400 MHz (Desktop)
    
    
    Package Type:
    
    This single alpha character defines the package type for this device.
    
    OPN Code       Package Type
    ---------------------------
    A              CPGA
    B              OBGA
    D              OPGA
    E              uPGA
    F              OPGA
    G              uPGA
    
    
    Operating Voltage (Nominal Core Voltage)
    
    This single alpha character defines the voltage for this processor.
    
    OPN Code       Voltage
    ----------------------
    Y              1.10 V
    C              1.15 V
    T              1.20 V
    X              1.25 V
    W              1.30 V
    J              1.35 V
    V              1.40 V
    Q              1.45 V
    L              1.50 V
    H              1.55 V
    U              1.60 V
    K              1.65 V
    P              1.70 V
    M              1.75 V
    N              1.80 V
    
    
    Maximum Die Temperature:
    
    This single alpha character defines the maximum die temperature 
    for this processor.
    
    OPN Code       Temperature
    --------------------------
    R              70 °C
    V              85 °C
    T              90 °C
    S              95 °C
    Q              100°C
    
    
    Level 2 Cache Size:
    
    This single alpha character defines the Level 2 Cache Size for this processor, 
    in addition to 128KB Level 1 Cache.
    
    OPN Code       Cache Size
    -------------------------
    1              64 KB
    2              128 KB
    3              256 KB
    4              512 KB
    
    
    Maximum System-Bus Speed:
    
    This single alpha character defines the maximum System-Bus speed for this processor.
    
    OPN Code       Speed
    --------------------
    B              200 MHz
    C              266 MHz
    D              333 MHz

  5. #20
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    tbred multipliers

    dang AMD for cornfusing me ! arg !
    just installed a tbred 2400+ on an ASUS
    A7N266-VM/AA and it is reporting the CPU as simply 1933 ! arg ! I know it is a 2400, aern't they supposed to be 2 GHz even ? this is so frustrating ~

    this is a brand new OEM cpu from newegg, and I know it's a 2400, the BIOS is the only one, and newegg says it can run up to 2600

    any ideas ? if AMD had stuck with the dern actual speed then I would know whats going on

  6. #21
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    1933 is 2400+

  7. #22
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    are you sure ? is there a chart that shows what the multipliers are for the XP ?

  8. #23
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    I'd love a chart, but here's a calculator/converter
    http://www.overclockers.com.au/techstuff/a_qs_calc/

    Anybody got a chart/table?

  9. #24
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    got it on my first post page 1.

    palmboy5, the four digit OPN code designates the XP number ie 2100 is the Athlon XP 2100+ which isn't 2100Mhz, but is 1733Mhz.
    Last edited by AMDAthlonguy; 04-03-2003 at 10:33 AM.

  10. #25
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    ahh, whoops thanks amdguy

  11. #26
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    2400 is 2ghz. 15x133=1995. that's close enought. if your FSB is set to 129 then that could cause the problem. if you multi is set to 14.5 it could also be the problem.

  12. #27
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    the A7N266-VM motherboard does not have an adjustable multiplier, the fsb is set to 133. Basically you put the CPU and hope for the best. 1933 is not acceptable. The CPU ID string is wrong due to some BIOS glitch, wrote ASUS almost two weeks ago, no reply. 2000 pro sees the cpu as 1994 or so, so it must be the motherboard does not properly display the CPU. Does not say it is athlon or XP, and this is the right BIOS
    1004

    thanks

  13. #28
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    I have a barton and I used this script http://mp3.zonebg.com/cpu/cpu.php and this what I got:

    Athlon XP Processor
    Core Barton
    CPU Model 10
    Manufacturing Process 130 nm
    Approximate Transistor Count 54.3 million
    Approximate Die Size 101 sq. mm
    Performance Rating 2500+
    Working frequency 1833 MHz
    Package Type OPGA
    Operating Voltage 1.65 V
    Max Die Temperature 85° C
    L1 Cache Size 128 KB
    L2 Cache Size 512 KB
    Multiplier 11x
    FSB Frequency 333 MHz
    Stepping Code AQUCA
    Manufacture Year 2003
    Manufacture Week 07
    Production Batch A
    Batch Production Number 1019

    So the default multiplier is 11 not 12
    Abit NF7-S ver 2.0 Bios 1.7 Vcc 2.1V
    Barton 2500+ 2324.1 MHz (221fsbx10.5) 1.9V 45C (100%CPU)
    SLK-800U & Tt Sf2 (5000RPM) & Tt Ducting Mod & AS3
    2x512MB PC3500 GeIL CAS 2 11-3-2 (by spd) 2.9 V
    WD Raptor & WD1200JB SE (SATA) & Maxtor DMax 40GB (IDE)
    GeForce4 MX 440 2x64MB 1.8V & 2x17" Philips 107P
    Antec 1080AMG (430W) & 5xTt Sf2 (auto) 58dB 25C
    NB: Tt GeForce 4 Highest Perf. & AS Adh / SB: Abit & AS Adh

    "The Air Force Be With You!"

  14. #29
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    Hi there!

    I have to confirm that new XP1700+ DLT3C JIUHB is the best cpu for overclocking ...

    I've bought one three days ago - it is stable up to 2310MHz with 1.75V core voltage


    Default voltage is only 1.5V - I think that this new XP1700+ is downgraded one from XP2700+

    @2100Mhz - 1.6V rock solid
    @2200Mhz - 1.65V rock solid
    @2300Mhz - 1.75V solid - testing in progress

    My Cpu ID String
    AXDA1700DLT3C 9742577281602 JIUHB 0308XPMW

    Regards G.
    Last edited by Goco; 04-13-2003 at 03:42 AM.
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  15. #30
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    Uh,

    This site:

    http://lowyat.isentral.com/guides/athlonxp/

    has an excellent description for all the numbers on the xp chips
    and what they think makes some better than others.

    It's been up for awhile so some of you might have seen it
    already.

    RM

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