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    Question Is there a 1800+ DLT3C, Tbred A?

    I'm on lookout for a new CPU TbredB DLT3C, found one in a store the :Tech info that they have 'bout the CPU is as following:
    Model number 1800
    Model: 8
    DLT3C

    The problem is that they don't know the revision of the core, now the question is are there Tbred As on 1,5V?
    The problem is that I don't want to drive some 150KM, just to find out that it's a Tbred A.
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    No its definitly a B core, the fact that its a DLT3C means the production line is way too present to be an A core.

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    You're 100% sure about that? Cause I'm 90% sure that there waren't any TbredAs on 1,5V, and those 10% are bothering me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Korky
    No its definitly a B core, the fact that its a DLT3C means the production line is way too present to be an A core.
    There were some T'Bred A cores that were manufactured in Q3 & Q4 of '03......quite well documentated that they were not good overclockers.
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    Yup

    I've seen people buy 1700'a expecting an uber DLT3C, but ending up with a T'bred-A!

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    AFAIK all the Tbred A 1700 and 1800s were DLTs, mine sure is.

    Now, are you likely to get one? Not really. AMD stopped making A cores at the end of 2002 and supply of them ran out fairly soon after. For some reason though they packaged up some old A cores in weeks 20-22 of 2003 which caught quite a few people out. These are mostly gone now and you'd be unlikely to get one unless the place you're buying from doesn't turn over a lot of stock.

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    get them to read whether it says like juihb or abru[b]a[/a] (no made up those steppings apart from the last letter ), and then you will be able to tell which it is

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    If I were you I'd try and scope out a 2nd hand unlocked Barton to be honest... will cost about the same and will be faster in games and stuff.

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    sorry :-(, stoned for my wrongness, i just thought seeing they were different cores they would have different manufacture codes etc etc.

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    Lol nobodys stoned you mate

    But now you know better

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    the L in dLt3c represents the voltage,and both a and later b cores ran @ 1.5v,as said earlier you need to make sure the second part of the code ends in b - eg:jiuhB,aiuhB

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