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Old 04-23-2005, 05:55 AM   #1
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how many mhz does this processor have?
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Old 04-23-2005, 08:51 AM   #2
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1.8ghz with a 266FSB. That's out of the box.
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Old 04-23-2005, 02:37 PM   #3
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Remember too though that AMD's work differently than Intel's though, and they actually clock more than a Pentium in one go, so a 2200+, even though it is 1.8ghz in AMD terms, will be just as good as a 2200mhz+ in Intel terms, and maybe a bit better, hence the '+'
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Old 04-23-2005, 03:30 PM   #4
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yea its part of AMD's P-Scale where a 2200+ will be equivalent to an iNtel 2.2GHz
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thanks, becaus i was going to sell it to a friend and he wanted to know
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No probs, Remember to tell though that AMD does run things diff than Pentium though. It'll help you sell it!
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i would like to post a picture that makes me love AMD
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HA! Quite a few things youve got running there....
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Just a wee bit of added info, check out the Thorton Cores as well, I'm sure they got down to 2200+ and could well have a different core speed. They were based on Barton cores with some Cache disabled - just to fill in the market gap at the time.
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Just a wee bit of added info, check out the Thorton Cores as well, I'm sure they got down to 2200+ and could well have a different core speed. They were based on Barton cores with some Cache disabled - just to fill in the market gap at the time.
Oh geez, no offense, but the Thorton core SUCKED!!!! It ran so hot, and was not a good OCer at all! Barton to the end! You know, the Paris core is very good, it's on the new Semprons and is very stable and cool running.

Yeah, AMDs PScale is demented though, since the 3400+ and 3500+ uhh... same speeds.... uh... ok.... WOW, that gets confusing.
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