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gbowne1

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I have a AMD Athlon chip I am trying to figure out which one it is.

It says:

AMD Athlon TM
AXDA2200DUV3C Z379075L31462
AIXIB0349XPMW ®© 1999 AMD

And it says 27648 where the triangle is on the corner of the chip, along with Assembled in Malaysia

Does anyone have specifications on this chip?

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Hi gbowne1,

AXDA2200DUV3C = Athlon XP 2200+ Link here... http://www.cpu-world...A2200DUV3C.html
AIXIB0349XPMW = The stepping code for the processor in which I didn't have much luck researching right off hand.

Don't know much about the rest of the numbers, but for the most part you don't need them.

Hope this helps!
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gbowne1

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Ok, so what is a stepping code? I dont know the date code of this chip.

The 27648 is a package code

It was on a MSI KT3Ultra 2(CE) MS-6380E V1.0 board. From what I could find it's a 166 MHz board and the chip runs at 266 @ 13.5 at a 1.6Vcore

so.. I would like to find a board that supports a miniumum of two Athlon XP 2200+ @ 266.

Greg
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Troy

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Two processor boards are usually server boards. I doubt you'll find one even exists for that processor.

CPU-Z is a great CPU identification utility.
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Could one of the below be what you are after;
http://cgi.ebay.co.u...=item5194e2a0c5
http://cgi.ebay.co.u...=item5194e2a8b8
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gbowne1

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Yeah, those two boards look like the ones I am looking at getting.

I will need to get another matched chip for this board though.

I also have two PIII chips that need a "server" board.

1) pentium III COSTA RICA
800E8/256/133/1.65V
3032A45-0417 SL3Y2
2) pentium III MALAY
700/256/100/1.65V
Q029A639-1795 SL45Y

Both coppermine (??) chips from '00.

Greg
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