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Thread: Is this a T-Bred Core Version B or A??




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    Hey guys i just got an AMD XP 1700+ Tbred...can you tell me if this is a A or B core...

    AXDA1700DUT3C 9374946270497
    JIUHB 0302XPMW
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    Not at home to double check, but i think all the codes with the "DUT3" are A-cores. I think the B-cores have an "L" in them somewhere in there. Sorry about the vagueness, but I am pretty sure that I am correct. Maybe someone that can double check will chime in.

    Good Luck,
    JM
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    Quote Originally Posted by JealousMidget
    Not at home to double check, but i think all the codes with the "DUT3" are A-cores. I think the B-cores have an "L" in them somewhere in there. Sorry about the vagueness, but I am pretty sure that I am correct. Maybe someone that can double check will chime in.

    Good Luck,
    JM
    I heard if it has this code JIUHB then its a B core...everyone on newegg.com that got the same code says they have the B core...thanks for the info anyways...thanks
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    See you made me go and search for it :p

    I was a bit mixed up it seems. Hope this helps:

    You can identify which type of TBredB it is by looking at code that begins the second line of coding on the processor. If you see a code like "AIUHB" that begins with the letter "A," that's a high-end TBredB.

    If you see a code like "JIUCB" that begins with the letter "J," that's a low-end TBredB.

    Here's how these codes translate in real life with real chips:

    1700+

    Palominos: If the website you're ordering from shows an order code of AX1700DMT3C, that's a Palomino.

    TBredA: If the website you're ordering from shows an order code of AXDA1700DLT3C, that's a Thoroughbred A.

    TBredB: If the website you're ordering from shows an order code of AXDA1700DUT3C, that's a Thoroughbred B.

    If you see a code like "AIUHB" that begins with the letter "A" on the second line of the processor codes, that's a high-end TBredB.

    If you see a code like "JIUCB" that begins with the letter "J" on the second line of the processor codes, that's a low-end TBredB.

    As of now (1/15/03), all TBredBs sold at this speed are low-end "J" TBredBs.


    Cheers,
    JM :afro:
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    Quote Originally Posted by JealousMidget
    See you made me go and search for it :p

    I was a bit mixed up it seems. Hope this helps:

    You can identify which type of TBredB it is by looking at code that begins the second line of coding on the processor. If you see a code like "AIUHB" that begins with the letter "A," that's a high-end TBredB.

    If you see a code like "JIUCB" that begins with the letter "J," that's a low-end TBredB.

    Here's how these codes translate in real life with real chips:

    1700+

    Palominos: If the website you're ordering from shows an order code of AX1700DMT3C, that's a Palomino.

    TBredA: If the website you're ordering from shows an order code of AXDA1700DLT3C, that's a Thoroughbred A.

    TBredB: If the website you're ordering from shows an order code of AXDA1700DUT3C, that's a Thoroughbred B.

    If you see a code like "AIUHB" that begins with the letter "A" on the second line of the processor codes, that's a high-end TBredB.

    If you see a code like "JIUCB" that begins with the letter "J" on the second line of the processor codes, that's a low-end TBredB.

    As of now (1/15/03), all TBredBs sold at this speed are low-end "J" TBredBs.


    Cheers,
    JM :afro:
    Hehe...i just read what you posted before i read what you posted....yeah...thanks ....from what i have read ...these low end Tbred B cores are hitting 2ghz and higher on air...so i guess im one lucky *******...and for 55 bucks...why not...thanks again...lataz
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    Yes that is a a B core and its a week 0302 that what i got there one of the best overclocking chips right now with air cooling you can hit 2000mhz im at 2300mhz with my 1700xp
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    ... best overclocking chips right now with air cooling you can hit 2000mhz im at 2300mhz with my 1700xp
    200 fsb(from ur descrip)? well i feel cheated now, i tried 166fsb and my computer wouldnt boot.


    mines set at 155fsb x 12.5 with a volcano 9..and i'm too scared to go any higher.. :o


    but its all good..

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    im sorry im at 2400 with water cooling but did do some testing and ran fine for 3 days at 2100mhz with a volcano 7+
    whats your specs maybe i can help ya with the settings
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    2-256 pc 2700 2.5 sucks need $$ for new ram
    WD 80gb SE hard drive 8cach buffer lol it died running maxto 40gb ata 133 now
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    well i tried to go higher.. and i was succesful at 160 x 12.5, but im back at 155 x 12.5.. both show up as xp2600+ anyway.


    current specs:

    mobo: MSI k7n2-L (nforce2)
    memory: [dual channel] corsair ultra low latency (256 x 2) pc2700
    HSF: volcano 9 @ max rpm (case open)
    GPU: Radeon 8500
    CPU: xp1700+ JIUHB (duh:rolleyes: ) @ xp2600+ (1940mhz)
    cpu voltage: 1.65
    cpu die temp: 67~69

    anyhow.. why is it that when i change the multiplier to 13, it shows up as 5?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tukinnam
    well i tried to go higher.. and i was succesful at 160 x 12.5, but im back at 155 x 12.5.. both show up as xp2600+ anyway.


    current specs:

    mobo: MSI k7n2-L (nforce2)
    memory: [dual channel] corsair ultra low latency (256 x 2) pc2700
    HSF: volcano 9 @ max rpm (case open)
    GPU: Radeon 8500
    CPU: xp1700+ JIUHB (duh:rolleyes: ) @ xp2600+ (1940mhz)
    cpu voltage: 1.65
    cpu die temp: 67~69

    anyhow.. why is it that when i change the multiplier to 13, it shows up as 5?
    XP 2600+ is rated at 2080ghz not 1940
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