Which processor is older

Amd / XP2000
December 1, 2009 at 07:22:34
Specs: WinXP, 1.6g/256mb
Hi I two amd machines and i was given another amd processor. It is a AMD Athlon axda200dkv4d. What is in one machine is a XP2000 which the bios says runs at 1.6ghz and the 2nd machine is a Sempron/1.6ghz. Is the spare cpu worth replacing one of the others? I am still not up with what processor is what. I have been googling around but have not learnt enough.

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#1
December 1, 2009 at 09:10:41
The sempron runs a faster bus 166 to 133 so that woud give a small improvement. The xp runs at 1666 and the sempron runs at 1583 or 1666. Either would be better than the older xp cpu.

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#2
December 1, 2009 at 13:21:24
"axda200dkv4d"

Wrong...try again. Googling the actual number will give you better results.

Edit:

Hint; you will find another number between the 2 and first 0. It should be 5, 6, or 8.
Skip


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#3
December 1, 2009 at 17:21:58
"axda200dkv4d"

Like Skip said, you're missing a digit. But this should help:

K = 1.65v
V = 85C die temp
4 = 512k L2 cache
D = 333MHz FSB

The 512k means it's a Barton core & depending on that missing digit, it either runs at 1.833GHz, 1.917GHz or 2.083GHz. In other words, it's definitely better than the other two CPUs you mentioned.


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#4
December 1, 2009 at 17:43:39
AXDA2800DKVD4D oops.

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#5
December 1, 2009 at 18:21:28
Ooops again!

It's AXDA2800DKV4D, not AXDA2800DKVD4D.

http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/K7/AM...


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#6
December 1, 2009 at 19:17:40
Geez your right....ekkkk silly me...i am sored tired and busy!
So what speed would it run at? I noticed that it is in the same family as one of my machines that is a Athlon XP2000. So would that mean that this processor is a XP2800? Therefore faster?

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#7
December 1, 2009 at 20:08:35
Funny stuff...like juggling burning cats.

Yep, it's a Barton core XP2800+ @ 2083Mhz. I'm typing this on one.

What ya got for motherboards?

Skip


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#8
December 1, 2009 at 20:09:59
Not all Athlons XP's were the same. The Barton core for example was the last core in the Athlon XP line, it had the biggest L2 cache and the fastest FSB then any core before it, which is why it was better then the Athlon XP's before it. The Athlon XP on the Barton core was AMD's flagship cpu that went up against Pentuim 4's on the Northwood core which was also Intel's flagship cpu for its day.

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#9
December 1, 2009 at 22:51:48
SkipCox-Sorry not familiar with the burning cat reference....that is nice to know about the speed so it is faster than these two machines. Both reported 1.6ghz in the bios.
Well the boards are Asrock K7VM4 which has the xp2000 cpu and the other is a A7V400-MX ASUS(Sempron-don't know speed as i have to wait til i get a video card so i can boot it up).

Cobra R-Gee it is a lot more complicated than i first thought. I definately feel like such an amateur when i come on this forum as there are so many smart people here!

Thanks!!!

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