WHAT IS A ATHLON AYHJA Tags: CPUs Core Processors Last response: August 12, 2001 3:54 PM in CPUs Share Anonymous CPUs Authority August 12, 2001 7:36:31 AM I KEEP HEARING ABOUT THIS AYHJA OR AXIA CORE FOR THE ATHLON PROCESSOR WHAT IS IT?. More about : athlon ayhja | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Register or log in to remove Crashman CPUs Expert August 12, 2001 8:45:08 AM These are manufacturing codes. The AXIA is a fairly recent core that will clock to around 1450-1550. The AYHJA is an even newer revision that wil overclock to around 1550+ MHz. Video killed my Radio Card! | Report abuse girish August 12, 2001 8:57:39 AM checkout <A HREF="http://ww.athlonoc.com" target="_new">http://ww.athlonoc.com</A> for the latest Athlon stepping codes and thir information <font color=blue>die-hard fans don't have heat-sinks!</font color=blue> | Report abuse xxsk8er101xx August 12, 2001 3:38:46 PM that site sucks. there is nothing there? Have fun! | Report abuse zengeos August 12, 2001 3:54:03 PM XXX Thank you for your invaluable observation that the Athlon OC site is encountering a technical problem...probably the database is down or corrupted. Mark- When all else fails, throw your computer out the window!!! | Report abuse Register or log in to remove Ask the community Publish Tom's Hardware>Forum>CPUs>WHAT IS A ATHLON AYHJA> Related ressources: ForumAYHJA 1400 + 1.85v = 1466 max??? Forumstepping AYHJA ??? ForumTbird AYHJA 'Y' 1gig @ 1.7 aircooled! Forumayhja vs AYHJA w/ SERIAL NO Yxxxxx Forumaxia core vs ayhja core ForumAthlon XP 1800 runs TOO HOT! ForumAthlon T-Bird Overclocking ForumAthlon Core ForumOdd Athlon chips. ForumSuggest a Athlon TB M/B? ForumAMD's Athlon /Duron ForumAthlon 4 ForumAMD Athlon "C" ForumDumbfounded (A7V133 & Athlon 1.2 problem) ForumOverclocking Problem, what could be causing this? ForumWhat is AXIA? ForumAMD Warranty in Korea - Dead Athlons Forumathlons Forumwhat does "stepping AXIA" mean? ForumOpinions and price of this PSU........... More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !