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08-15-01, 03:48 AM #1
I got a new AMD Athlon 1.2, but I see people say AMD AXIA 1.33 and stuff like that what the AXIA means?"<The_Coolest> You can't unwaste wasted CPU cycles" - Start FOLDing now!
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08-15-01, 04:08 AM #2
It is part of the information on the CPU core which provides you with various information ( AXIA is the stepping code )one M15x is never enough
08-15-01, 09:19 AM #3
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08-15-01, 09:43 AM #4
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This may be a stupid question, but I must ask anyway.....
What is a stepping code? And how does that effect the overclocking world? Is there an actual legend for each letter of the stepping code?