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Barton 2500+ which week?

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January 26, 2004 1:59:20 PM

I have a Barton 2500+ but not sure which week it was manufactured in 2003.
how can i find out when it was manufactured??

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January 26, 2004 5:04:02 PM

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The third line down after "AMD ATHLON TM" You'll have five letters (the stepping) something like AQUCA. right after that you should have 03 indicating that the CPU was made in 2003. The next two numbers indicate the week of production.

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January 26, 2004 8:14:43 PM

Mine says, as I type it right off the black label...

AMD Althon™
AXD2500DKV4D Y844458250866
AQXDA 0319MPMW (m) (c) 1999 AMD

27488 Assembled In Malaysia

I had that one a long time ago.

Barton 3200+ 400MHz
A7N8X Deluxe
Liquid 12 Celsius
2x512 Crucial DDR 400 PC3200
GeForce FX5900
Two Maxtor 40Gig 8MB cach 7200rpm
SONY RW 52x/24x/52x
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January 26, 2004 8:17:20 PM

AQXDA <---In other words unlocked ;) 

Barton 3200+ 400MHz
A7N8X Deluxe
Liquid 12 Celsius
2x512 Crucial DDR 400 PC3200
GeForce FX5900
Two Maxtor 40Gig 8MB cach 7200rpm
SONY RW 52x/24x/52x
SONY DVD 16x/40x
January 26, 2004 8:22:22 PM

Athlon XP Processor
Core Barton
CPU Model 10
Manufacturing Process 130 nm
Approximate Transistor Count 54.3 million
Approximate Die Size 101 sq. mm
Performance Rating 2500+
Working frequency 1833 MHz
Package Type OPGA
Operating Voltage 1.65 V
Max Die Temperature 85° C
L1 Cache Size 128 KB
L2 Cache Size 512 KB
Multiplier 11x
FSB Frequency 333 MHz
Stepping Code AQXDA
Manufacture Year 2003
Manufacture Week 19
Production Batch M
Batch Production Number 0866


NIFTY!

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January 26, 2004 8:24:34 PM

correction:

Week 19 ----> In other words unlocked ;) 






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January 26, 2004 8:44:02 PM

I also have a Athlon XP 1700+ Deatils are laser cut into the DIE.

AMD Athlon™
AX1700DMT30
AG0IA0229WPQW
91527170179
(M)(C) 1999

AMD Athlon XP 1700+,1.47GHz,(0.13u),266MHz,256KB ,Socket A,Retail Box




Another oldy.

Barton 3200+ 400MHz
A7N8X Deluxe
Liquid 12 Celsius
2x512 Crucial DDR 400 PC3200
GeForce FX5900
Two Maxtor 40Gig 8MB cach 7200rpm
SONY RW 52x/24x/52x
SONY DVD 16x/40x
January 26, 2004 8:46:28 PM

And mucking about I found this nasty little list that could save a few lives.

Description:
There are two(2) different types of XP processor is available in the market:
model 6. (Palomino CPU), picture on the left.
Model 8 (Thoroughbred CPU), picture on the right.
fallowing boards do not support the Model 8(Thoroughbred CPU):
K7V Dragon
K7V Dragon Plus!
K7VEM-Plus
K7VEM-Pro
K7ADA
K7ADA v1.0

Both mentioned processor are supported by:
K7VTA-Pro
K7VTA-Pro v1.0
KT333 Dragon Ultra Black
KT333 Dragon Ultra Platinum
KT333 Dragon Plus
KT333 Dragon Lite
KT400 Dragon Ultra Black
KT400 Dragon Ultra Platinum

A BIOS update may be required to support the Thoroughbred CPU. please check the download section of our website for the latest BIOS available for your board.

This knowledge base article applies to the following products:

SY-K7ADA
AMD Socket-A AthlonXP, Athlon & Duron Based ALi ALiMAGiK1 Chipset ATX Motherboard
SY-K7ADA v1.0
AMD Socket-A AthlonXP, Athlon & Duron Based ALi ALiMAGiK1 Chipset ATX Motherboard
SY-K7V DRAGON
200/266MHz System Interface Speed AMD Socket-A based VIA KT266 ATX Motherboard
SY-K7V DRAGON Plus!
AMD Socket-A Based VIA KT266A Chipset ATX Motherboard
SY-K7VEM Plus
AMD Socket-A Based VIA KLE133 Chipset Micro ATX Motherboard
SY-K7VEM Pro
AMD Socket-A Based VIA KLE133 Chipset Micro ATX Motherboard
SY-K7VTA Pro
AMD Socket-A Based VIA KT133A + 686B Chipset ATX Motherboard
SY-KT333 DRAGON Lite
AMD Socket-A AthlonXP, Athlon & Duron Based VIA KT333 Chipset ATX Motherboard
SY-KT333 DRAGON Plus
AMD Socket-A AthlonXP, Athlon & Duron Based VIA KT333CF Chipset ATX Motherboard Supporting DDR400/333, On-Board Hardware Audio, Ethernet, USB 2.0, and Optional Serial ATA
SY-KT333 DRAGON Ultra (Black)
AMD Socket-A AthlonXP, Athlon & Duron Based VIA KT333 Chipset ATX Motherboard With Black PCB
SY-KT333 DRAGON Ultra (Platinum Edition)
AMD Socket-A AthlonXP, Athlon & Duron Based VIA KT333 Chipset ATX Motherboard With Platinum Color PCB
SY-KT400 DRAGON Ultra
AMD Socket-A AthlonXP, Athlon & Duron Based VIA KT400 Chipset ATX Motherboard Supporting DDR400/333, 8X AGP Pro, and Optional Serial ATA
SY-KT400 DRAGON Ultra (Platinum Edition)
AMD Socket-A AthlonXP, Athlon & Duron Based VIA KT400 Chipset ATX Motherboard With Platinum PCB Finish Supporting DDR400/333, 8X AGP Pro, and Optional Serial ATA

Barton 3200+ 400MHz
A7N8X Deluxe
Liquid 12 Celsius
2x512 Crucial DDR 400 PC3200
GeForce FX5900
Two Maxtor 40Gig 8MB cach 7200rpm
SONY RW 52x/24x/52x
SONY DVD 16x/40x
January 26, 2004 9:28:49 PM

Thank you it is NIFTY!! It almost makes me want to pull the XP 2800+ out of my wifes computer and stuff the 2500+ in and do some benchys........Na dont fix what works but Now I will put that 2500+ into a A7V8X-X mobo I have here and crank it up as much as possible but the mobo is not a good one for overclocking besides I will only be able to stuff two 512MB sticks of PC2700 Ram in with it.

Still it will be neat for mucking with and see what kind of scores I can bend out of it.

Barton 3200+ 400MHz
A7N8X Deluxe
Liquid 12 Celsius
2x512 Crucial DDR 400 PC3200
GeForce FX5900
Two Maxtor 40Gig 8MB cach 7200rpm
SONY RW 52x/24x/52x
SONY DVD 16x/40x
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