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One stop shopping for XP specs

Discussion in 'AMD Thunderbird' started by Jbob, Dec 14, 2003.

  1. Jbob

    Jbob Guest

    Sorry if I sound like a noob but I'm not, just haven't kept up. Is there
    any place to find the specs for all the AMD cpus available? I find it hard
    to keep up with all the changes from time to time. For instance I recently
    purchased a XP 2400+ 266 Model 8 for my A7V333 since that is as high as that
    board will take (rev 1.xx board). I ran it for a while but ended up putting
    it in my sons new system I just built using an A7N8X Dlx to get him going.
    The CPU came as a boxed set but I find the box has 0, zero, zilch, nada
    information that lets a user know what settings to use for the cpu on a m/b.
    You know things like frequency settings, multipliers, rated speed, etc. At
    least the receipt has something on it that says it is a 266 version. That
    seems quite odd to me. It used to not be such a problem but now with the
    many different models out there it can be quite daunting. I was looking on
    the AMD site and can't seem to find anything definitive either. I would
    love to find something that gave me this info like multiplier settings, core
    voltage, rated speeds, model #, cache, etc.

    Thanks in advance
    Jbob, Dec 14, 2003
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  2. Jbob

    Jbob Guest

    Well I went back to AMD and found this data in their Processor Data sheets.
    I just downloaded the pdfs and most of this info is on the Ordering Info
    page of each one. Explains most of it very easily. DUH Found data sheets
    for the model 8 and both model 10's.
    Jbob, Dec 14, 2003
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    Ed Guest

    Identify AMD XP CPU, look here,

    IIRC the 2400+ uses a 133MHz bus setting and a 15x multiplier and runs
    at 2GHz.

    AXDA2400DKV3C , would be a 1.65v part (K=1.65)
    AXDA2400DUV3C , would be a 1.60v part (U=1.60)

    Ed, Dec 14, 2003
  4. Jbob

    Jbob Guest

    Identify AMD XP CPU, look here,

    This is a great site also. Thanks
    Jbob, Dec 14, 2003
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