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Topic Title: HELP with 2400+ XP FSB & MULTIPLYER
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Created On: 07/02/2004 12:50 PM
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 07/02/2004 12:50 PM
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Hi everyone. I need some help.
Ive tryed searching on the forums and cant find what im looking for.

Can a few you you help Identify the FSB's , CACHE & ACTUAL RUNNING
FREQUENCY's of All the "Socket T462 Athlon XP" Prossesors.

Starting from the lowest spec chip (2000 +, if thats right) up to the hightest
(3200+ barton, if thats right)


CHIP: XP 2000 > FSB: 133 (266) > CACHE: L2 256 > MULTIPLYER: ??? god knows > ACTUAL RUNNING FREQ: 1500 Mhz ??

IF nobody wants to do it then can some at least tell me the FSB & MULTIPLYER for the XP 2400. I dont know if the prossesor is even a genuine XP, ive a suspission its a re-stamped / clocked DURON. Is there anyway of telling?

Im totaly confused you see. I have an XP 2400+ Prossesor but the MOBO only see's it as a Duron 1500 no matter what FSB the MOBO is set to.

If your still reading then thankyou for your time

(sorry for the re-post the other one can be deleted, i needed to edit the Subject but couldnt so re-posted with a differant subject.)
 07/02/2004 01:40 PM
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