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jonspd

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Jan 18, 2003
Which do you guy's and girl's think is going to overclock better. I just got 2x2100 one oem and one retail?

axda2100dtu3c
9842707280034
AIUHB0302MPMW

brown oem

or

axda2100dut3c
9772507260118
AUIHB0304MPMW

green retail

purplish core
 
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modenaf1

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the terran system
my money is on the green one. newer week.

well actually i have no money so, muhaaaaahhahahahahha :D


what is the 9842707280034 and the 9772507260118?
 
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jonspd

jonspd

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modenaf1 said:


what is the 9842707280034 and the 9772507260118?

#'s on the chip thats what I see when I look @ the cpu on both of them.
 

goldie

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Jan 13, 2001
Location
Montana
The purple core sounds good but I have had a lot better luck w/ 0302 2100+ (3) over the 2 0304 chips I have tried. ........goldie
 

bubba gump

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Hmm...different color cores? Whenever ive looked at the few tbreds ive seen, and ive seen a barton too..they all have the same normal purplish colored core.....Is tehre a mysterious blue or soemthing? Or do different colors o/c better?? Coz im confused on this mater...thanks
 
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jonspd

jonspd

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Well the brown 0302 win's with almost a gig overclock got it up to 2.65. The 0304 greenie would only boot up to about 2.4 max.


I will post complete result's later not done testin my new stuff.
 
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jonspd

jonspd

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both where from newegg runing 2.3 with 1.8 volt's so far just burning for now will post result's later.


2.6.gif


This was just a screenie form my little brown guy.
 

David Baum

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My own world.
jonspd said:
both where from newegg runing 2.3 with 1.8 volt's so far just burning for now will post result's later.

I have the same chip from the same place... only today it suddenly forgot it's ID string. :confused: Anyone else have this sudden problem of "Unknown CPU Typ" come up? AMD hasn't replied yet to my email about this one.

The chip benches out nice still, no probles or errors. Was running fine, just suddenly forgot it's string id on a reboot. Didn't know there was a writable section inside the CPU.

Before this situation, the computer would post to "AMD Athlon XP 2400+". Now it posts to "Unknown Cpu Typ 2000Mhz".

cpuid.jpg

This was just a screenie form my little brown guy.
 

dmUK

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May 14, 2003
I think the key lies in the last 6 digits.

axda2100dtu3c 9842707280034

Tested @ 2800+ speeds means it either worked or failed (not enough conclusive data on this yet I think). Even if we say it failed at 2800+ speeds, surely it must have come from a good batch for AMD to even attempt that speed ? - or is it just plain random testing and its a red herring.

To me the 0034th cpu out of the production run is the winner, the lower this number the better.

axda2100dut3c 9772507260118

Tested @ 2600+ but 0118th cpu. Although 0118 is still very good, its not as good as 0034.

Dave
 

David Baum

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dmUK said:
I think the key lies in the last 6 digits.

axda2100dtu3c 9842707280034

Tested @ 2800+ speeds means it either worked or failed (not enough conclusive data on this yet I think). Even if we say it failed at 2800+ speeds, surely it must have come from a good batch for AMD to even attempt that speed ? - or is it just plain random testing and its a red herring.

To me the 0034th cpu out of the production run is the winner, the lower this number the better.

axda2100dut3c 9772507260118

Tested @ 2600+ but 0118th cpu. Although 0118 is still very good, its not as good as 0034.

Dave

Mine was an AXDA2100UT3C 9244637280041

Tested @2600+ stable in all but Prime95. Fully stable @2400+. I said was as it held for 3 months at 2400+ speeds when the above problem started last night and ended this morning with a blanc screen and no post when I turned the computer on. :( At least I have my old old Duron 800mhz Spitfire core.... :p

Well, until I upgrade to something new... Any suggestions guys and gals? :santa: