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June 18, 2003 1:53:46 PM

between AXDA1800DUT3C and AXDA1800DLT3C.
im asking because Dabs is listing both at different prices. im thinking that one is tbred A and the other tbred B but how do i know which is which?

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June 18, 2003 7:30:23 PM

Hi! Its the voltage:
L=1.5V
U=1.6V
K=1.65V

Turk
June 18, 2003 8:40:38 PM

I'm pretty sure that the first one is a Tbred B and the latter is a Tbred A core. The B core is better for overclocking if you're in the know and that may be why it costs more. (I am assuming the first one is the more expensive one)

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June 18, 2003 9:27:55 PM

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I'm pretty sure that the first one is a Tbred B and the latter is a Tbred A core. The B core is better for overclocking if you're in the know and that may be why it costs more. (I am assuming the first one is the more expensive one)

This is wrong, they are both Tbred B!

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Hi! Its the voltage:
L=1.5V
U=1.6V
K=1.65V

Turk

... and this is correct :p 

To sum up, basically if you are going to overclock (and I don't see the reason why not), go for the AXDA1800DLT3C. It has much better overclocking potential than the other proc you mentioned. Just for the record, I have a AXDA1800DUT3C running at 2GHz (2400+, vcore @ 1.675) so you will deffinetely have much better results (AT LEAST 2600+ speeds). I am using SLK-800, SmartFan 2 @ 3000rpm, Arctic Silver 3 and my temps are 37C idle/42C under load.

Good luck!
June 19, 2003 8:28:19 AM

thanx for your replies.. i was just curious im not buying one. my oc 2400 is more than good enough for me
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