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February 10, 2002 7:58:18 PM

What's the difference between mp's and xp's if placed in a dual processor motherboard (tyan and/or asus). I think they have the same cache sizes, and both work as dual processors. Just... what's the difference? I heard the mp has smp enabled and xp has smp disabled, but if it has smp disabled, how does it run in the dual processor systems?

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February 10, 2002 8:21:26 PM

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and xp has smp disabled

It's not. AMD just simply doesn't support SMP for Athlon XP.

:smile: Good or Bad have no meaning at all, depends on what your point of view is.
February 10, 2002 8:37:53 PM

well MP's are guaranteed by amd to always work in a dual cpu environment.
XP's typically DO work allso, but there are no guarantees, and you wont get a replacement if they dont work.

Overclocked athlon 1200C @ 8.5 x 166FSB + PC2700 = GOOD! :smile:
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February 10, 2002 10:10:22 PM

the mp's are made and named for dual cpu work and the xp's are made and named for single cpu work :wink: if u have luck using the xp's in a dual system go on ahead..but again like someone just posted, its not gauranteed..

didnt have one of em electronic pens so ill just type my name,<i>CoOoLMaNX</i>
February 10, 2002 11:05:00 PM

what is a coolmanx?
sounds like how the cheeze goes on a pizza thats left in the fridge :wink:

Overclocked athlon 1200C @ 8.5 x 166FSB + PC2700 = GOOD! :smile:
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