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Topic Title: K6/2 450 ACR
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Created On: 07/03/2006 08:45 PM
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What does the last 3 characters mean on one of the old processers.

I need to replace the ACR in a antique Cobalt RAQ4 but all I can find in AFX, ACZ and AHXs.

Is there any difference I should worry about or is one just as good as another.

I was hoping it might be a batch code.

Thanks in advance,

Ed S.
Fibercloud, Inc.
Seattle, WA
 07/04/2006 06:18 AM
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First Letter = Packaging Type
Second Letter = Operating Voltage Range
Third Letter = Case Temperature Max. Rating

ACR = 321-pin CPGA, 1.9-2.1V VCore/3.135-3.6V V I/O , 0-70'C
AFX = 321-pin CPGA, 2.1-2.3V VCore/3.135-3.6V V I/O , 0-65'C
ACZ = 321-pin CPGA, 1.9-2.1V VCore/3.135-3.6V V I/O , 0-85'C
AHX = 321-pin CPGA, 2.3-2.5V VCore/3.135-3.6V V I/O , 0-65'C


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