July 31st, 2003 02:33 PM
AMD Type B...
Hi all, I want to know what is the different between AMD Athlon XP 2600+ Revision(Type) B AND AMD Athlon XP 2600+?
I want to Know....
July 31st, 2003 02:43 PM
did you try looking of the specs from AMD?
yeah, I\'m gonna need that by friday...
July 31st, 2003 02:46 PM
I wonder what this has to do with Microsoft security discussions?
There's a hardware forum!
At the time of writing there have been 4 revisions of the Athlon XP - Palamino, Thoroughbred "A", Thoroughbred "B" and Barton
July 31st, 2003 02:52 PM
July 31st, 2003 02:57 PM
Ha, did you see the quote?
You probably have a Thoroughbred B, or if you recently purchased a new 2600+ with 333mhz FSB you have a Barton.
August 3rd, 2003 03:46 AM
I've purchased a new 2600+ with 333mhz, but my friend siad that is TB.
August 3rd, 2003 09:58 AM
The Barton is basicly a Thoroughbred B with double L2 cache and 333mhz FSB. The Thoroughbred B has 256k L2 cache the Barton has 512k. The Barton core (at the down side of the chip) is 101 mm2 big, while the Thoroughbred is only 84 mm2, this is cause the extra L2 cache sits there.
It's very possible that you have a 2600+ with 266FSB or 333mhz (without having a Barton core)
How can you see what core you have... check your core: it should read AXDA2600DKV4D
if it's a Barton. The Model number id for a 2600+ 333Mhz Barton would be Model 10
You can see that in a program like WCPUID.
If it reads Model 8, you have a Thorougbred B 333mhz