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Athlon XP 2500 Processor Running At 1467MHz. Is That Correct?

Model Number Frequency L2-Cache FSB Multiplier Voltage TDP Release Date Part Number Athlon XP 2500+ 1833MHz 512 KB 333 MT/s 11x 1.65 V 68.3 W February 10, 2003 AXDA2500DKV4D Athlon XP This allows a user to select various memory to CPU settings according to your FSB, AUTO- as the motherboard's Bios determines or by SPD (serial presence detect- a chip contained with First of all we measured the CPU temperature in Idle mode.As we see, enabling S2K Bus Disconnect function has a great effect. As you remember, these CPUs work at the same core clock frequency equal to 2167MHz. his comment is here

Havent had any problems the 6 months Ive had it. Hope this helps Click to expand... Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. Moreover, server operation systems supporting x64-86 are already available, so dual-processor servers built with Opteron CPUs will definitely become a success. a fantastic read

Password will be sent to you. Anyway, it is still too early to say if it ever happens or not. But this is a hypothetical situation. because it's a killing machine...

ThouroughBred-B core), 2500+, 2800+ and 3000+ (i.e. If I go above 200mhz, I have stability problems with my memory. The memory controller runs at the same frequency as the CPU itself, and is able to run the system memory at 200 MHz (using PC-3200 memory sticks) or at lower frequencies TechSpot is a registered trademark.

Facebook Google+ Twitter YouTube Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Graphics Laptops Smartphones CPUs Storage Cases That is- as per the listings from the chart below. (please see the memory section for more information) Core OPN Model Operating Freq.(MHz) Clock Mult. But is it possible that the story repeats now with the new Athlon XP on Barton core? Dec 16, 2004 #20 ---agissi--- TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,977 +15 you scored great but lucky Dec 16, 2004 #21 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.)

Make sure the screw driver is angled well not to pop off while your pushing down, because a fairly large amount of force is required, and if it slips off, which Jun 18, 2005 #2 NiceGuyEd TS Rookie Topic Starter Thanks for the reply. However, before we start, we would like to speak a bit more about AMD's current plans. I will briefly cover the two mentioned.

I will have more questions to those who are willing to walk me through this, if there is such a person in here. When activated, the processor temperature drops down by 15-17oC. I have read all the warnings, realize there is a chance that I may end up with a fried cpu, and yet find myself wanting to do it anyways. Was that a question?

I appologize in advance. this content I have run a number of stability tests and it's running great. The temperatures were taken from the thermal diode integrated into the cores of all Athlon XP processors. The ones who know so little about OCing, yet dare to go on.

From using 'Auto' for vcore voltage, the system has adjusted itself from 1.65v to 1.74v. Errr... heat dissipation68.3W74.3WKeeping in mind that Barton is very similar to Thoroughbred, it appears not at all surprising, that the L2 cache organization in the new Barton has also been left unchanged. http://quodsoftware.com/athlon-xp/athlon-xp-2100-running-at-1500.html To make sure that this is true, all you need to do is to cast a glance at the Thoroughbred (B Stepping) and Barton core architecture schemes.As we see, Barton differs

Your use of this website constitutes acceptance of nextmedia's Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions BIOS If you are new to Asus products you may notice the system BIOS is Username E-mail Our Sponsors Contacts Advertising About us Terms & Conditions Quizzes | Lists | Trending Sign up / Login Feedback AMD Athlon XP Topics | Videos | Discussion | Write-ups Testbed and MethodsThese tests were intended to help us compare the performance of the new Athlon XP processors based on Barton core with the performance of the older Athlon XP CPUs

As for the further bus frequency increase, it is still too early to talk about.

The S2K Bus Disconnect implementation implies the following. However, Athlon XP also required System Bus Disconnect to be able to switch to the lower power consumption state. how shall I say... Flashing the System BIOS- Flashing the System Bios is a way for the manufacture to update your motherboards sub-system, or by laymen's terms- the control center for the motherboard.

Tweaking the settings in very minimal increases over the next few weeks. Join the community here, it only takes a minute. Oct 22, 2004 #12 DonNagual TechSpot Ambassador Topic Starter Posts: 2,404 I have three options for installation of my volcano 12; -fan on full speed all the time -temp sensor under http://quodsoftware.com/athlon-xp/athlon-xp-2100-with-sk-6.html Upon first boot up into the system Bios a new user will be faced with this question and although it may at first seem complicated it is really quite simple.

The multipliers in the tables above apply to the physical clock rate, not the true data transfer rate. ^ a b Minimal quantity shipped. ^ a b Used only in Hewlett From now on they will have a new logo designed in the same way as all other company processor logos.Does the logo change mean that the new Barton is a completely Posts: 6,000 +15 My XP 2500+ runs normal at 200MHZ FSB. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in any form without prior authorisation.

This core features a larger 512MB L2 cache compared with the 256KB L2 cache of the Thoroughbred predecessor. May 24, 2002 Is the Athlon XP designed for Win XP? I run it on an MSI K7N2 Delta 2 platinum MB Jun 18, 2005 #5 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Topic Status: DuckTapeMar 16, 2003, 6:18 AM Hello TKH.Thank you for your reply.<< The 133MHz bus AMD CPU only up to Athlon XP 2400+ and 2600+ @2.13GHz >>Is this specific Athlon XP CPU

Most PCs used for office needs stay idle waiting for more data to be processed 95% of their working time. If its not stable, you'll have to drop the fsb again, 5mhz, until it is stable, otherwise games,etc, will crash on you at any given point. Hope this helps Oct 22, 2004 #9 ---agissi--- TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,977 +15 Also if you missed this thread/post by me, it may help you out, good overview. Available choices are Optimal, Aggressive and User defined- When set to Optimal this setting allows the motherboard to set according to a pre-programmed Asus Bios setting according to your hardware.

Together with the new processors launch, AMD also announced the change of their old black-and-green Athlon XP logo. However, there is nothing dramatic about it: in case of 20% die size increase the heat dissipation of the new Barton (working at the same clock frequency as Thoroughbred) got only Dismiss Notice TechSpot Forums Forums TechSpot Core Build a PC Today's Posts Athlon 2500+overclock ByDonNagual Oct 21, 2004 My first time to overclock.