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 01/06/2004 12:47 PM
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i just bought an athlon xp 2100+ from my friend for $45, i'm curious about it's steppings though.
AXDA2100DUT3C 9259837280082
AIUHB 0302WPGW

as far as i know it looks good, but i don't know for sure, and if it's good, how good is it? what kind of overclock should i expect out of it? thanks in advance!

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 01/06/2004 02:24 PM
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It's a XP2100+ with thoroughbred-b core, probably a good overclocker. I can't tell how far it will overclock, it depends heavily on the motherboard, memory and cooling.

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 01/06/2004 04:15 PM
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Yeah, there's no way to tell what your max OC is going to be. Too many variables to say for sure. If no other part of your system holds you back though(like PSU or ram), I wouldn't be surprised if you got quite a nice OC out of that one. Tbred-b's are good OCers, as MadMarky said, and tbred-b's with the AIUHB stepping are more OCing friendly than most.

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I had a 2100+ AIUHB0330 that hit 2500 MHz @2.06v

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For future reference, you can look here for CPU specifications: AMD Technical FAQs' ">http://www.amd.com/us-en/Proce...0,,30_182_9417,00.html. The termal and electrical specification documents give a lot of information. The K7 is the Athlon XP line, while the K8 is the Athlon 64 line.

I hope that helps! Your T-bred-B 2100 should be a solid performer, but like the others, I can't tell you how far it will OC. There's a lot of variables involved. Good luck and let us know how it works for you.

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