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Topic Title: COUNTERFEIT AMD ATHLON XP3200's
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Created On: 06/08/2005 05:14 PM
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 07/31/2008 08:03 PM
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ZKramer
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what exactly did you mean by 'scans' of the chips again?
 08/01/2008 12:54 AM
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I mean scanning the processor in a flatbed scanner.

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 08/01/2008 02:41 AM
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ZKramer
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ive never heard of actually sticking a processor in a scanner before, i could do that if somone else was willing to give a go at finding out exactly what they are, Im thinking that the one that cpuzs as a barton is a thouroughbred because it will boot at up to 2.2 ghz, but it gets flaky when booting into windows, thats either because its a bad chip or because it wants to then use the 512k cache of which it only has 256..
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