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AKA snkmad
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I just got a XP 2600+, and its running @ 166x12.5
I wanna know if its FSB is really 166 or 133.
Where can i find the stepping codes?
I had once this info from AMD site, but i lost it some reinstalls ago...
 

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You can find the stepping on the black sticker that's on the processor. It should be a 5 letter block (for example, mine's AQXEA).
 

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n_w95482 said:
You can find the stepping on the black sticker that's on the processor. It should be a 5 letter block (for example, mine's AQXEA).
Thats what i wanna know. i know my processor code, but i dont have a table to look at....
 

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FLaRe85 said:
http://www.flaretech.net/projects/heartbeat/demo.exe

You can use that. It's a project I've been working on to help monitor Windows servers. I was showing some interested parties what it could do so I put it online. Coincidentally, it'll help you find what you're looking for. Just check the log it produces and you'll find the info you're looking for.
I get a "Run-time error '94' - Invalid use of Null"
I'm on a P4 with winXP....
 

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n_w95482 said:
This site should have your stepping listed.
Just Great!
Exactly what i was looking for.
Sorry guys, i wasnt looking for the stepping code, my bad. What i really wanted but didnt know was the OPN code.

BTW Nice utility Flare!
 
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