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nokiaXP

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Sep 20, 2002
Location
malaysia
can i know what is the default Vcore voltage for athlon 2000xp?some saying it is 1.60v but i think itis too low.anyone know?
 

Yodums

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Oct 5, 2001
Location
Ottawa, Canada
You mentioned XP in your post so that's a Palomino core which has a 1.75vcore default. I'm a little confused on this T-Bred vcore thing but I'm assuming, someone who has a T-Bred current most likely has a T-Bred A which has a default vcore of 1.5? The T-Bred Rev. B's aren't due out for sometime according to Ed's article sometime ago.
 

flixotide

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Oct 29, 2002
Location
Denmark
I can only confirm what is a bove... t-bred is low voltage, palomino high voltage..

But I have my own way of defining the PU's... if its scorching, its a palomino 1.75, if warm, its a t-bred...

Cheers, Flixotide