Telling the K6-III/400 CPU week of production

Discussion in 'FIC' started by Gibby, Nov 30, 2003.

  1. Gibby

    Gibby Guest

    I've read discussion that one can tell the week of production by
    looking at the K6/III 400 CPU. I will give you two numbers of of these
    two 2.4V CPU's: B9923CPIW and B9914FPAW. How do I determine the week
    of production? Which where the reported bad weeks, if any? Is there a
    location to find the "bad" runs/weeks, if any?
    Thanks for any help.
    Gibby
     
    Gibby, Nov 30, 2003
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  2. Gibby

    Kyle Brant Guest

    I think the 9923 and 9914 numbers are year/week of manufacture info and the
    CPIW and FPAW letters are process info. What the process info means is
    beyond me at this moment.

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    regards,
    Kyle
    "Gibby" <> wrote in message
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    > I've read discussion that one can tell the week of production by
    > looking at the K6/III 400 CPU. I will give you two numbers of of these
    > two 2.4V CPU's: B9923CPIW and B9914FPAW. How do I determine the week
    > of production? Which where the reported bad weeks, if any? Is there a
    > location to find the "bad" runs/weeks, if any?
    > Thanks for any help.
    > Gibby
     
    Kyle Brant, Nov 30, 2003
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