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Thread: Which 2100Xp to get ?




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    Hey all I got a 2200xp which does 2.3GHz stable atm
    Here is some info"
    The highest @ was at 2.72GHz but not stable

    AXDA2200DLV3C
    9318393270861
    AIUGA0235SPCW
    It's a A-core

    My system is ASUS-A7N8X ,
    256MB 3200 Kingstom
    Volcano7+
    So i was wondering if i could @ the 2100xp good on my system
    which steping are good in 2100Xp ??? Bs i wanna order the chip tomo. I hope i get 2100MHz stable whit the 2100
    Let me know enyway talk to yas L on cheers

    :cheers:
    .oOo.:VOlcOm:.oOo.

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    Get a thorobred b core for best overclocking ability, it should easily make its pr in mhz

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    Does it metter what date it is ?
    .oOo.:VOlcOm:.oOo.

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    ..AIUHB is a good 2100+ stepping..
    My rig - xp2100+'B'AIUHB@11x185(2036mhz)-AsusA7N8Xdeluxerev.1.04 a3, 2x256 of Kingston Hyper-x@10x200-Asus Ti4400@275/275- WD400(40gig) 7200JB-Soundstorm-ricoh20/10/40-Hitachi cm751et 19''-TornadoHSF- ASIII-MS intelli optical usb - on desk attached to a removable tray
    Wifes rig - xp1800onanA7V8Xgbl- 2x256 Kingmax 2700@2/2/2/6-coolmaster hsf-40g BarracudaIV-Audigyretail-toshiba12xdvd-rtl8139- GF3@200/233-17'Ipex-MSOpticalwheel
    Kids rig - AYHJA 1.4onanSoltekSL75-DRV2-Coolmaster-256Hyudai/Hynix@2.5/2/2+256 Micron factory sample@2.5/2/2-30g BarracudaIII-rtl8139-SBLive!5.1-LeadtekTi200@175/200-17'Ipex-MSOpticalwheel
    WWW via Australian Optus@Home(rip-offs..) cable & united through a Netgear rp114 4pt router/hub/switch thingy...

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    You know you’re a computer tech type when the entire content of your post is
    ..AIUHB is a good 2100+ stepping..
    (smile) What does that mean? AIUHB?

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    It refers to the stepping which is at the begining of the 2nd line of code on Athlons and Durons.

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    Wiggo – Ok, so it’s the 20 questions game. :laugh:

    What is stepping?

    Where does one find these coded steps?

    What do these steps do?

    Can you configure these steps somehow?

    Why is it helpful to consider these steps?

    What does the letters “AIUHB” mean?

    ...

    I am very interested since I am about to build a mini-lan machine for myself (micro ATX AMD mobo), and I would like to squeak out the most performance from it with the least amount of time and money, but although I have built about a dozen computers, it was back several eons ago, so I am a bit rusty at this sort of thing.

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    Steppings are basically revisions which manufacturers use to distiguish one CPU build from another. Some ppl put great faith in one stepping being better than another but over the years I've found that this doesn't really hold water as you'll get good and bad in each.

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