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Alguem se lembra das 1as R9500?a AMD gostou da ideia...

Discussão em 'Novidades Hardware PC' iniciada por Elrond, 20 de Março de 2003. (Respostas: 6; Visualizações: 952)

  1. Elrond

    Elrond To fold or to FOLD?

    Our friends from a well-known OverClockers.ru web-site have found out that a site with a bloody name Bloodys.com offers its visitors this script for revealing all the information about Athlon XP CPU. Among all the technical data about the microprocessor, the script also tells you if your microprocessor was “downgraded” from a faster chip! Apparently, there are digits in the marking of AMD Athlon XP “Thorougbred” CPUs that describe the speed this particular CPU was designed to work at but was later “downgraded” or maybe even “upgraded” in certain cases. Take a look at the example of how the Athlon XP “Thoroughbred” processors are marked:



    According to the source, the seventh and eights marks in the second line of the sticker describes the initial speed the processor was designed for (RFBEXR2280073). If the initial model number is higher than the number you have, it means that your processor has been downgraded.

    The owner of the web-site explains that “downgraded” in this case means that the CPU was not able to maintain full stability at the given rating with default voltage, so it was remarked to a lower model number. For example, 1700+ downgraded from 2400+ means that this CPU cannot work at 2400+ with core voltage 1.6V, but it can probably hit this and maybe even higher frequencies with voltage increase.

    There are rumors that AMD re-stamped the markings of some high-speed CPUs to fulfill the huge demand for lower-speed ones (mostly 1700+ and 2100+), if this is your case, then the CPU should be able to work stable even at 2400+ with the default voltage. I think it firstly concerns AMD Athlon XP “Thoroughbred” processors with B0 stepping that have much higher overclocking potential compared to A0 chips.

    Eu QUERO 1 T-BRED!!!!!!!!!!!lol

    http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/cpu/display/20030319192135.html

    []z
     
  2. Korben_Dallas

    Korben_Dallas Zwame Advisor

    Os palominos devem ficar a ver navios não?
     
  3. SKATAN

    SKATAN Power Member

    isso é bem capaz de ser verdade :eek:

    Tenho aqui um 2100+ castanho igual ao meu que diz 2601 e outro 2100+ verde que diz 2700
     
  4. Gandalf

    Gandalf I fold therefore I AM

    O meu segundo esse script .. e um 2800+ underclocked ehehe. So esta a 2790mhz .. :001:
     
  5. Elrond

    Elrond To fold or to FOLD?

    Korben

    segundo o artigo, aquilo so se aplica aos t-breds.......pena pro ppl com pallys(tipo eu!)

    []z
     
  6. Crusher

    Crusher Power Member

    Pois o meu palomino se não me engano faz cerca de 1733MHz a voltagem default.
     
  7. [BoB]Marley

    [BoB]Marley To fold or to FOLD?

    Epa, eu tenho um 2400+ (é um Tbred) mas n sei qual o stepping...

    Como é que se vê isso???:eek:
     

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