help with xp 2800

Robc1880

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I currently have an AMD XP 2500 OC'ed to 3200 speeds, look at sig for specs. My aunt says that she will swap processors with me, but I dont know if I will be able to push that one farther. How do the XP 2800's OC? My 2500 is a bad OCer so that is why I'm thinking about switching it out. I don't think the multiplier is locked on this chip. Here are the numbers for her CPU:

AXDA2800KV4D 9711213220387
AQXCA 0336APMW 1999AMD

Does anyone know how to read these numbers? I couldn't try to OC in her system because it's in pieces right now. had to RMA mobo so that is why she says I can swap with her if I want. thanks for any help you guys can give me.

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tweebel

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If you have a Barton-core now (which are all 2500+ I believe) and might trade it in for a Throughbred B-core I think you'd better keep it. Bartons are supposed to be better overclockers.
 

endyen

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You may be right about the multiplier. I think they locked them in week 39 of 03, but according to <A HREF="http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/cpu/display/20030322034857.html" target="_new">http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/cpu/display/20030322034857.html</A> that chip is from week 36 0f 03.
I dont know how far you can push that chip though. If it is one of the 2.25 ghz units, they are fairly close to maxed already. Aside from that, it would have the honour of being the highest stock clocked xp chip. You dont want to screw with history do you?
At 2.25 ghz, the perf would not be up to your OCed chip, because of the extra cache, and faster fsb.
 

Robc1880

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the chip she has is the barton core also so I wouldnt be losing any cache. If I swap chips with her I will also be trying to push the 2800 up to 400fsb.

Xaser 3 case with 420W TT PSU
AXP2500 (11*200 at 1.85v)
9800 Pro 128MB (418/372)
NF7-S v2.0
PDP DDR400 1GB(2-3-2-5)2.6v
Lite-On SOHW-832S
WD 80GB 8mb buffer caviar edition.
 

Cybercraig

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Watch out for sneaky Aunts! She figures the CPU killed her motherboard and now she wants to trade for yours? Be careful here, be very very careful. :lol:

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Robc1880

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well the good thing is that if the CPU doesn't work I can just put it back in her system once her mobo comes back from Abit

Xaser 3 case with 420W TT PSU
AXP2500 (11*200 at 1.85v)
9800 Pro 128MB (418/372)
NF7-S v2.0
PDP DDR400 1GB(2-3-2-5)2.6v
Lite-On SOHW-832S
WD 80GB 8mb buffer caviar edition.
 

Robc1880

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LOL, don't think she would appreciate getting the sizzling CPU smell with her computer when she didn't have it before.

Xaser 3 case with 420W TT PSU
AXP2500 (11*200 at 1.85v)
9800 Pro 128MB (418/372)
NF7-S v2.0
PDP DDR400 1GB(2-3-2-5)2.6v
Lite-On SOHW-832S
WD 80GB 8mb buffer caviar edition.
 

Robc1880

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yeah it takes me that much vcore to get it stable at the 2.2 speed. That's why i'm going to be swapping it out this weekend.

Xaser 3 case with 420W TT PSU
AXP2500 (11*200 at 1.85v)
9800 Pro 128MB (418/372)
NF7-S v2.0
PDP DDR400 1GB(2-3-2-5)2.6v
Lite-On SOHW-832S
WD 80GB 8mb buffer caviar edition.