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Topic Title: Athlon MP...palomino or thoroughbred?
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Created On: 10/20/2003 02:22 PM
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 10/20/2003 02:22 PM
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RobstarUSA
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Where can I get a list of part numbers for all the athlon MP processors produced?

I have a palomino only motherboard, and was hoping I could throw an athlonMP in there if there are 2400+ or later on palomino core.

Does this exist? What about the part number?

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 10/21/2003 01:26 AM
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Fastest 'Palomino'-Athlon MP is a 2100+, everything beyond that is a T-Bred; the MP 2800+ is a Barton and there's also a Barton-version of the MP 2600+.

To find out which model-ratings of a certain core-type(i.e. Palomino, T-Bred, Barton) there are, just look at their respective Datasheets' ">http://www.amd.com/us-en/Proce..._2252_739_2989,00.html. they're listed in the 'ordering part information'-section
Palomino is model 6, T-Bred is model 8 and Barton is model 10.

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