Model number for amd CPU

October 4, 2011 at 21:03:35
Specs: Windows 7, AMD Athlon 64 X2 5000+(AD05000IAA5D)/4GB DDR2-2 6-6-6-18@800mhz
I am currently running a AMD Athlon 64X2 5000+ (AD05000IAA5D) with a G1 stepping.
Now the motherboard i have it running on does not have it listed in the CPU support page.
I am looking to upgrade my motherboard so i can upgrade my CPU later down the line but do have a problem with my thought. Now my current Motherboard with the cpu i have is a MSI K9agm2-FIH. I'm looking to upgrade to a Asrock A770DE+ which has my cpu listed as far as i know the only thing that is confusing me is that the ones they have listed have an extra number on the model number which is making me skeptical of it.
like for exaple mine is a AD05000IAA5D and the site is saying AD05000IAA5DD would this make any difference?
the AD05000IAA5DD has all the same specs as mine but still not sure if it is the exact same one or does this matter.
the motherboard does support AM2/AM2+/AM3 which i have asked this around and everyone is saying that as long as it is the same socket it don't matter but i have friend out CPUs trying to upgrade which had the same socket number but that was with older computers as i was learning them.
under CPU-z they say its a model b but i googled for that without no results

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October 5, 2011 at 05:21:47
"mine is a AD05000IAA5D"

That model number is not listed at the AMD site, it appears to be missing the last digit. Regardless, I doubt you'll have a problem. But if I were you, I'd seriously reconsider the motherboard choice. If you're going to upgrade, move on to a board that's based on an AMD 800 series chipset & supports DDR3, SATA 6.0Gb, USB 3.0.

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October 5, 2011 at 05:33:34
AMD 880g AM3+ boards are out there, find one and wait for bulldozer chips to hit the street.

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