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    Barton Codes...what's this one?

    My new one.....before I whack a heatsink on it and fry the monster....

    what is it? Anyone know?

    AXDA2500DKV4D Z354597200121
    AQZFA 0342SPMW

    Is that bottom row 03 for year and 42 for week number?

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    Yes I believe it is, which will mean that it's locked

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    where did you get this one Zak?
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    ebuyer....today...

    I'll hold judgement on the Locked Unlocked thing until I get it in ,y Asus mobo.

    Fingers crossed..I got PC3200 in case the FSB has to go up

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    entered it into the athlon identifier (tm) and it spat this out


    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 AQZFA
    Manufacture Year 2003
    Manufacture Week 42
    Production Batch M
    Batch Production Number 0121

    http://mp3.zonebg.com/cpu/cpu.php

    bummer i was counting on ebuyer to have pre week 39. Guess they're too high volume. guess ill go with some rellly unpopular suplier

    best of luck zak
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    thanks mate...

    just so you all know...David, my boss here at Hexus, is waiting for me to go home, and put this in my Asus....then IF IT IS locked.....he wants to know- tonight.

    He knows people....he really does. and he's gagging to find out, just as you lot are.

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    IT'S LOCKED

    Looks like AMD have pulled the plug (least tim someone nails a solution)

    For the record......I set BIOS to DEFAULT mulitplier....it came up (greyed out) at 11x166 1.84 gig.....showed in Windows same

    Back into BIOS....dropped the multi.....to 10x...failed to even boot. Powered down, waited 10 seconds, rebooted and back to 11x100 (I love the way ASUS mobos do that..no fiddling with CMOS reset..)

    Then went back to 11x16.....fine

    then went to 11.5 x 166 and 12x166 and 12.5 x166....

    EACH BOOTED ....but as a 2500+

    and each SHOWS in Windows as same

    LOCKED AS A SAFE DOOR WITHOUT A KEY

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    d'oh. lets hope someone fines a way to unlock it or i will have to get some better RAM than pc2700

    I like the way my tbred xp1700 defaults to 16x100 after a CMOS reset

    EDIT: read the ASUS thing differently. my NF7-S (v2.0) doesnt recognise my keyboard until the BIOS bit. have to turn of the mains and then back on. but default speed of 1600mhz is cool shame it says 'the CPU is unworkable, press F1 to continue or DEL to enter the BIOS.'

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    I just fitted a 2500+ but didn't note the full code. Stepping code was AQXEA, I'm finishing build at the weekend. Let you know the results. CPU was from Overclockers.

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    I have asked David to contact AMD about it. They are a good company, I am sure we'll have a reply soon enough.

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    I know how u feel !

    I can only get 193 FSB on my XP2500 !

    Which gives me 2123 which is not quite XP3200 speeds but its not far off and Im not going to quibble over 77 Megaherz heheh !

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    Originally posted by azrael1
    I know how u feel !

    I can only get 193 FSB on my XP2500 !

    Which gives me 2123 which is not quite XP3200 speeds but its not far off and Im not going to quibble over 77 Megaherz heheh !
    Did you have cooling probs a few weeks back?

    If so, how's it going?

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