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December 29, 2002 1:34:02 AM

I am now using Soltek KT266A chipset motherboard. As my old Athlon XP 1600 Palomino is broken, I need to replace to a new one. Can I use the new 0.13 micron process T-bred processor on my old MB? What is the FSB and voltage of the new processor?

Looking forward for any assistance.

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December 29, 2002 1:46:51 AM

Wanna be more specific as to which new .13 micron process T-Bred's u want ???

I juts picked up myself a AXDA XP 1800+....

T-Bred A's range from 1700+ - 2200+

I dunno what voltage they all run at but my 1800+ runs at 1.50 VCore and with a Volcano 7 ontop of it it runs at a cool 29 degrees celcious at all defualt settings...its also Factory unlocked and it is running at 12.5X Multiplier as my board doesnt seem to have ne higher multipliers so thats 2000+ (1.67GHz) as 1.50 VCore 100% perfectly stable.....

i think i read somewhere though that the 2200+ runs at 1.625 core.....

either way......theres also T-Bred's B's....BTW with a bios update ALL T-Bred A's will work in ur soltek board...as for T-Bred B's.....im pretty sure the 2400+ and the 2600+ mbased on the 266Mhz FSB will also work...dont attempt any 333Mhz FSB Chips in ur board..like the 333 2600+ or the 2700+ or 2800+.....

as for voltages for the T-Bred B's.....i think the 2400+ is the same as the 2200+.....i could be wrong.....but hey i tryed...

Anyone else ??

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December 29, 2002 4:23:42 PM

My A7V133 supports core voltages down to 1.50v, so newer boards should also do so. Having said that, any board that supports the .18 micron tbred should support the .13 micron tbred at the DDR266 bus, because I believe the only issue with moving to the smaller die process is having support for lower voltages.

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December 30, 2002 5:26:10 AM

First off there no .18 Micron Tbreds...u should know that...there ALL .13.....

As for the A7V133 supporting 1.50..yes i know....i also have a A7V133 lying around.....

As for my XP 1600+ its not a Tbred, its a Palomino......and the chip itself NOW defaults to 1.35 VCore.....therefore its useless unless put into a board that has Manual voltage adjustments....which my Asus A7S333 Motherboard does NOT have....which is why i baught a new processor...which is a AXDA AXP 1800+ Tbred....Factory unlocked....and VERY overclockable and runs VERY VERY cool.........

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December 30, 2002 3:26:36 PM

Yes, I was thinking birds and breds, somewhere in the back of my mind. But I did NOT know they were comming at 1.35v now.

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