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    Xp1800 DLT3C JIUHB0310MPMW, is this one as good as the XP1700's?

    I just found out I could get this CPU for aroun 70$. Should I get this one, or should I keep looking for a Xp1700?
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    It should be just as good, judging from the stepping. I haven't seen very many 1800+ TBred B results, so I can't say for sure. I'd buy it.
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    I have not seen many post on the 1800's, mainly 1700's & 2100's.

    You may want to look around and see post's on it also, as I posted on 3 different steppings for the 1700, that being 1 of them, but. Lastnight.

    "Just made up my mind. Thanks guys.

    1 x AMD Athlon XP1700+ 1.47GHZ 384K 266 Tbred (TRAY)(JIUHB:0310XPMW) $77.94

    Sub-Total: $77.94
    Tax: $5.94
    UPS GND: $6.53
    Total: $84.47

    That's what I paid.

    But then again it'a all a crap shoot

    And also check the CPU database on the front page.

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    Oki well I bought it. I'm starting out slow with 1575Mhz (9x175Mhz), and will go on from there. At this speed I'm running @32C after 10min of folding. This is with and old Taisol coller and a low RPM fan. When I get my Volcano 11 my temps should drop quite a lot
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    The 1700 or the 1800 ?

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    1800. Now after about an hour of folding, my temps are @ 33C on the CPU and 27C on the system.

    I'll try going higher soon
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    The only dlt3c t-bred b 1800 I saw was just as good as these 1700's going around. It did just under 2.7ghz with chilled water.

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    How much voltage can these chips handle? I know I have to keep the temps' down, but is there a limit? I ran my old XP1700 Pally at 2.05V and wouldt go higher even if my temps allowed my to.... Where shoud I stop with this chip?
    You say Lady Gaga, I say Dash Berlin
    You say Hannah Montana, I say Orjan Nilsen
    You say Owl City, I say Above & Beyond
    You say Justin Bieber, I say Armin Van Buuren
    You say Taylor Swift, I say Dj TiŽsto

    In Trance we trust!

    Benching mayhem: Asus Rampage Extreme, Gigabyte Ep45 UD3P, QX9650, Q9550, E6300, 4x Cedar Mill's, Corsair Dominators 2000Mhz 8-9-8-24, Crucial Ballistix DDR2, Asus GTX480, XFX GTX260, Inno 8800GTX, Zotac 8800GT, Piotres CPU pot, EK Supreme HF, MCW60 Mo-Ra 3 Pro, Ek DC 4.0 and a Corsair TX750
    Daily driver: Asus P5Q Pro, Q8400, OCZ PC8000, GTX460, Enzotech Sapphire, EK GTX460 full block, XSPC res/pump and a HWLabs GTX480.

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    Are those CPU's factory unlocked?
    Mobo's that accept T-Bred A's, will they automatically accept T-Bred B's?

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    Originally posted by YviE
    Are those CPU's factory unlocked?
    Mobo's that accept T-Bred A's, will they automatically accept T-Bred B's?
    All TBRED B are unlocked. Some MB and bios can access all multipliers, some only upper and some only lower (depends on CPU type).

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    Originally posted by Wega!
    How much voltage can these chips handle? I know I have to keep the temps' down, but is there a limit? I ran my old XP1700 Pally at 2.05V and wouldt go higher even if my temps allowed my to.... Where shoud I stop with this chip?
    From what I saw in some posts, with air cooling, most Tbred B DLT3C can take

    1.6V to 2.2 GHz
    1.7V to 2.3 GHz
    1.8V to 2.4 GHz

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    - ABIT NF7-S rev 2.0, Mobile Barton 2600+ IQYHA 0351 MPMW 2.71 GHz (225x12), 18/37 C, 1.89 V, SLK-947U 80mm Tornado (w/ fan control), 512 MB x 2 3500 C2 2-3-2-5, 9500 np -> 9700 np 360/311
    - ASUS A7N8X DLX, Tbred B 1700+ 0310 XPMW 2.56 GHz (205x12.5) 1.94 V, max at 2.6 GHz, SLK-800U + TT SFII, 48/40 28/26 C, 512MB 3500 C2 2-3-2-5 (retired)
    - Intel 8088 4.77 MHz 8bit CPU, 64KB memory, 1 MB HD, 5 1/4" floppy drive, DOS, 200 bps modem, 80x25 char display

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    Originally posted by hitechjb1


    From what I saw in some posts, with air cooling, most Tbred B DLT3C can take

    1.6V to 2.2 GHz
    1.7V to 2.3 GHz
    1.8V to 2.4 GHz
    Oki thanks. Guess I have some room to play wih yet.
    You say Lady Gaga, I say Dash Berlin
    You say Hannah Montana, I say Orjan Nilsen
    You say Owl City, I say Above & Beyond
    You say Justin Bieber, I say Armin Van Buuren
    You say Taylor Swift, I say Dj TiŽsto

    In Trance we trust!

    Benching mayhem: Asus Rampage Extreme, Gigabyte Ep45 UD3P, QX9650, Q9550, E6300, 4x Cedar Mill's, Corsair Dominators 2000Mhz 8-9-8-24, Crucial Ballistix DDR2, Asus GTX480, XFX GTX260, Inno 8800GTX, Zotac 8800GT, Piotres CPU pot, EK Supreme HF, MCW60 Mo-Ra 3 Pro, Ek DC 4.0 and a Corsair TX750
    Daily driver: Asus P5Q Pro, Q8400, OCZ PC8000, GTX460, Enzotech Sapphire, EK GTX460 full block, XSPC res/pump and a HWLabs GTX480.

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    thanx hitechjb1

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