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Created On: 10/26/2004 08:09 PM
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 10/26/2004 08:09 PM
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no.t@freemail.hu
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How to identify 90nm Athlon-64's in a shop when purchasing?
E.g. I see "ADA3000AEP4AX".
I know AEP4 means socket-754, 512k, core voltage.
AX is Rev.code: which is for 90nm, and which for 130nm?
 10/27/2004 09:38 AM
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A Socket 939 Athlon 64 processor with the 90nm SOI 'Winchester'-core (Model 1F) will have an OPN (Ordering Part Number) that ends in '...BI'.

Example: Athlon 64 3200+ 'Winchester' - Socket 939, 90nm SOI
OPN -> 'ADA3200DIK4BI'

See this document' ">http://www.amd.com/us-en/asset...rical_Spec_Rev_ENG.pdf for reference

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