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 02/23/2005 03:01 PM
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edno11
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pleese give me full info on this CPU +pics + a way to unlock his multiplier
if you can send it to edno11@abv.bg
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OS : Windows XP Professional SP1 [ 5.1 Build 2600 ]
Date : 2005/02/23 21:47:13

CPU Name : AMD Athlon (Thunderbird)
Vendor String : AuthenticAMD
Name String : AMD Athlon™ processor
Architecture : x86
Process Rule : 0.18 um
Platform : Socket A
CPU Type : Original OEM processor [0]
Number(Logical) : 1
Family : 6
Ext. Family : 7
Model : 4
Ext. Model : 4
Stepping : 2
Ext. Stepping : 2
Feature : MMX MMX+ 3DNow! 3DNow!+
PowerManagement :

Current Original
Clock : 1110.94 MHz 1100.00 MHz
System Clock : 100.99 MHz 100.00 MHz
System Bus : 201.99 MHz 200.00 MHz
Multiplier : 11.00 11.00
Data Rate : DDR
Over Clock : 0.99 %

L1 I-Cache : 64 KB
L1 D-Cache : 64 KB
L2 Cache : 256 KB [Full:1110.94 MHz]
Memory : 256 MB

CPUID : EAX EBX ECX EDX
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00000000 : 00000001 68747541 444D4163 69746E65
00000001 : 00000642 00000000 00000000 0183FBFF
80000000 : 80000006 68747541 444D4163 69746E65
80000001 : 00000742 00000000 00000000 C1C7FBFF
80000002 : 20444D41 6C687441 74286E6F 7020296D
80000003 : 65636F72 726F7373 00000000 00000000
80000004 : 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
80000005 : 0408FF08 FF18FF10 40020140 40020140
80000006 : 00000000 41004100 01008140 00000000

MSR : EAX1 EDX1 EAX2 EDX2
: 00001008 00000000 00000000 00000000
QPF : 3.579545 MHz

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Chipset Information
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Chipset : VIA Apollo KT400/A/600
North Bridge : [1106:3189.80] VIA VT8377
South Bridge : [1106:3177.00] VIA VT8235
Video Chip : [10DE:0181.A2] NVIDIA GeForce4 MX 440 8X (NV18)

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BIOS Information by WMI (Windows Management Interface)
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BIOS Vendor : Award Software International, Inc.
BIOS Caption : Award Modular BIOS v6.00PG
BIOS Version : KT400 - 42302e31
BIOS Date : 04/11/2003
SM BIOS Caption : F2
SM BIOS Version : 2.3
Mother Vendor : Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd.
Mother Product : GA-7VAX-A
Mother Version : 1.x
System Vendor : KT400_
System Model : AWRDACPI

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System Information by DMI (Desktop Management Interface)
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SM BIOS Version : 2.3
BIOS Vendor : Award Software International, Inc.
BIOS Version : F2
BIOS Date : 04/11/2003
BIOS ROM Size : 256 KB
Mother Vendor : Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd.
Mother Product : GA-7VAX-A
Mother Version : 1.x
CPU Socket : Socket A
CPU Vendor : AMD
CPU Version : AMD Athlon™
Current Clock : 1100 MHz
External Clock : 100 MHz
Max Clock : 2800 MHz

 02/23/2005 05:31 PM
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Stone_age
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The motherboard is capable of 166fsb, If you were to raise the fsb to 133, you'd have 1463mhz, same as a 1700+. However, that cpu may not like that, as it is a thunderbird and uses a high core voltage and makes alot of heat, and when raising the fsb, voltage may have to be raised also. So babysteps must be used when raising the fsb, a few steps at a time. Care must be taken when raising the fsb, because the pci bus goes up with it, until the next divider comes in, usually at 132. The divider is what controls the PCI bus clock, and at 100, is at 3:2:1, So the PCI bus is at 33.3mhz, at 125 using the divider of 3 = 41mhz. Hard drives along with vid cards and almost every thing else run at 33mhz, at 36 mhz, data coruption can result, at 38 things start burning up. The 2 in the divisor is the agp bus, which is twice the pci at 66mhz, so 41mhz pci = 82agp, Bad news. But that also depends on the board, The next divisor of 4:2:1 may come in at 125, dropping back to 31.2 mhz.

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