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Truth or fiction: Pentium 4 2.8ghz 400fsb

Discussion in 'Intel' started by ss, Jun 29, 2004.

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    ss Guest

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    Henry Guest

    Henry, Jun 29, 2004
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    Joe Roberts Guest

    A friend recently purchased a Dell 4600 which "supposedly" had a 2.8 with
    Hyper Threading and 400 FSB.

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    Joe Roberts, Jun 29, 2004
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    Bob Bailin Guest

    According to the latest P4 Processor Specification Update, it does exist as SL7EY:

    S-Spec Core L2 Cache Speed Core/Bus Package and Revision Notes

    Stepping Size (bytes) CPUID

    SL7EY D1 512K 0F29h 2.80 GHz/400MHz 31.0 mm FC rev 1.0 5, 16, 23

    0.13 micron process. No indication from notes as to whether it supports HT (probably not).

    Bob
     
    Bob Bailin, Jun 29, 2004
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    s Guest

    Found it.
    Thanks Bob

    According to the latest P4 Processor Specification Update, it does exist as SL7EY:

    S-Spec Core L2 Cache Speed Core/Bus Package and Revision Notes

    Stepping Size (bytes) CPUID

    SL7EY D1 512K 0F29h 2.80 GHz/400MHz 31.0 mm FC rev 1.0 5, 16, 23

    0.13 micron process. No indication from notes as to whether it supports HT (probably not).

    Bob
     
    s, Jun 30, 2004
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    ss Guest

    PS it smokes!

    Found it.
    Thanks Bob

    According to the latest P4 Processor Specification Update, it does exist as SL7EY:

    S-Spec Core L2 Cache Speed Core/Bus Package and Revision Notes

    Stepping Size (bytes) CPUID

    SL7EY D1 512K 0F29h 2.80 GHz/400MHz 31.0 mm FC rev 1.0 5, 16, 23

    0.13 micron process. No indication from notes as to whether it supports HT (probably not).

    Bob
     
    ss, Jul 4, 2004
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