AXIA????

I have noticed a few people here saying that they have an AXIA processor. What is that?? I know it is a kind of AMD like around 1.2 GHZ bt can't find anymore info on it. Thanks for your help.

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  1. I believe AXIA refers to the particular CPU batch produced.

    Mark-

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  2. AXIA is just the Batch code to indicate how mature the silicon is on those particular CPU's....
    AXIA Athlnos range from 1GHz - 1.333GHz if im not mistaken......there are newer batches out there now, like the AYHJA etc. but most peopel only want these Athlon batches becasue there known to be VERY good overclockers....

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  3. Here is a list of how well each stepping code <A HREF="http://www.athlonoc.com/stepping2.php" target="_new">overclocks</A>...

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  4. Thank you all very much!

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  5. No problemo..... =)

    -MeTaL RoCkEr
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  6. Thnx for the tips guys... i was just about to post asking for this :)

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  7. ok, heres where i'm confused. if oem chips are bad, having failed particular tests and therefore bad overclockers, yet then AYHJA and AXIAR (i believe) are supposed to be great overclockers.... why do i see places selling AYHJA OEM's??? isnt that a contradiction? i dont get it.
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    if oem chips are bad, having failed particular tests and therefore bad overclockers, yet then AYHJA and AXIAR (i believe) are supposed to be great overclockers....

    That's where you got confused. They're not bad. FYI, I've never bought any retail CPUs. A month ago I bought a TB 1G/266, and it's AXIA core. I was able to overclock it to 1.4G (133*10.5) without changing its default voltage (1.75V) and with FOP-32 HSF.

    :smile: Good or Bad have no meaning at all, depends on what your point of view is.
  9. ok, well that is certainly good news. makes shopping a little easier too. do you know any good name places online? i checked pricewatch, just wondering if you've had any good experiences.....
  10. <b><A HREF="http://www.newegg.com" target="_new">Newegg.com</A></b>.
    I've bought almost everything I needed to build computer with cheaper prices and decent Shipping cost.

    :smile: Good or Bad have no meaning at all, depends on what your point of view is.
  11. I bought a AXIA 1.2ghz C T-Bird from Newegg and currently it is running 1.46ghz just fine, very stable. I also had it up to 1.52ghz somewhat unstable but 1.51 was stable with a FSB of 159mhz!! It was OEM and the rumor of OEM and Retail being different as far as I see it is unsubstantiated and false.

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  12. Yes, OEM and retail are EXACTLY the same chip, you just don't get the heatsink, warranty and great sticker :)


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    Thnx for the tips guys... i was just about to post asking for this :)


    I'm so glad to see that. It happens all the time, I know. But most people don't say anything. And a lot of people just post before reading the other threads.

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