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Created On: 10/28/2004 12:02 AM
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 10/28/2004 12:02 AM
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goofey2
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Need help id'ing three cpu's that I've come across.No ones been able to give me a good answer here it goes.
Chip# 1 has marking on it. AMD ATHLON
A1200AMS3C
AXIA0121SPGW
96002460676

Chip# 2 AMD ATHLON
A1200AMS3C
AXIA0122MPMW
Y6434166392

Chip #3 AMD DURON
D650AUT1B
AKBA0037WPBW
92552450507
 10/28/2004 06:21 AM
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Hi goofey2 and welcome,

The numbers you see are collctively referred to as the "OPN" or (Ordering Part Number). The top set of numbers is most useful - the other numbers deal with manufacturing specifics like the date the chip was manufactured.


Chips #1 & 2

A1200AMS3C
AXIA0121SPGW
96002460676


A = Architecture: AMD Athlon (Thunderbird)
1200 = Operating Speed: 1.2GHz
A = Package: CPGA (socket 462)
M = Core Voltae: 1.75v core
S = Max die temp: 95 deg C
3 = L2 cache size: 256k
C = Systen Bus: 266MHz


Chip #3

D650AUT1B
AKBA0037WPBW
92552450507

D = AMD Duron (Spitfire)
650 = 650MHz
A = CPGA
U = 1.60v
T = 90 deg C
1 = 64K
B = 200MHz


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Hope this helps

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. AMD CPU Data: http://www.tomshardware.com/20.../amd...ult/page23.html & http://www.amdboard.com/amdid.html
. Belarc Advisor: http://www.belarc.com/free_download.html
. GPU Comparison for Laptops: <a href="http://www.notebookche
 10/29/2004 06:16 PM
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AmD_VANTAGE
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You can also go here: http://www.hwspirit.com/tools.php?m=cpu' ">http://www.hwspirit.com/tools.php?m=cpu . Type in your OPNs and it should tell u all about your CPU.


" Athlon XP/Thunderbird Processor Identifier

What is this?
This script turns the user unfriendly markings from any Athlon XP ot Athlon Thunderbird based processor to human readable information such as CPU frequency, FSB, operating voltage, cache size, multiplier and so on. One of the most useful function is that the script automaticaly identifies whether the CPU core is Thunderbird, Palomino, Thoroughbred (A or B revision), Barton or Thorton."
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