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    Talking (amd) Guys Look @ This

    OK GUYS FOUND THIS CLICK ME

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    Mine looks like this

    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 AQZEA
    Manufacture Year 2003
    Manufacture Week 32
    Production Batch M
    Batch Production Number 0536

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    I saw that before and it is interesting. It used to tell you what your CPU was 'clocked down from' but I think they removed that because it seemed unreliable and noone could see how they could tell that.

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    ah, this was what I was looking for. I lost it with the rest of my favourites when my hard drive failed
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    Originally posted by Austin
    I saw that before and it is interesting. It used to tell you what your CPU was 'clocked down from' but I think they removed that because it seemed unreliable and noone could see how they could tell that.
    Yea, it was stating that Barton core CPU's were clocked down from a Tbred and so on :/

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    Originally posted by Austin
    I saw that before and it is interesting. It used to tell you what your CPU was 'clocked down from' but I think they removed that because it seemed unreliable and noone could see how they could tell that.
    I found out how they work out what your CPU was 'clocked down from' back when I was researching the JIUHBs, trying to see if I should get one (Which I did ). It was rumoured that the 8th and 9th digits in the second of three series of characters on AMD CPUs indicated what the core was intended to be, as in, what the CPU was downgraded from. For example, for my JIUHB, the second series is 9391057260050, so, by the rumour, my CPU was intended to be an XP2600+. However, I read that a source at AMD explained that these two digits, which varied between 24 and 28, if I recall correctly, indicated the laser marker ID, or something like that.

    A page that tells you how to work out the same info that the script does, explains the 'downgraded from' rumour more fully, and gives an indication as to which JIUHBs to go for, can be found at http://eldren.freeshell.org/athlonxp/
    Sadly, the original site is gone, and this is all that I had in my cache.

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    My eyes hurt ffs! That's too small to read, I also had to take the dust off!

    Athlon Thunderbird
    CPU Model 4
    Manufacturing Process 180 nm
    Approximate Transistor Count 37 million
    Approximate Die Size 120 sq. mm
    Working frequency 1333 MHz
    Package Type CPGA
    Operating Voltage 1.75 V
    Max Die Temperature 95° C
    L1 Cache Size 128 KB
    L2 Cache Size 256 KB
    Multiplier 10x
    FSB Frequency 266 MHz
    Stepping Code AYHJA
    Manufacture Year 2001
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