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SubjectRe: Some experiences with the Athlon optimisation problem
Hi.

>>The old Athlon reads:
>> A1133AMS3C
>> AVIA 0115TPAW
>> 95262550081
>>
>>The new (non working) one:
>> A1200AMS3C
>> AXIA 0121RPDW
>> 95987660990
>>
>
> The first line can be decoded using AMDs documentation at
>
> http://www.amd.com/products/cpg/athlon/techdocs/index.html
>
> In particular

<snip>

> Anyone know what the second line means? It is quite mysterious
> that the word VIA appears on the chip that works with VIA KT133A
> and not on the other :-)

The first letters, be they 4, 5 or 6 or whatever is stepping.

So the old is AVIA stepping, the new is the AXIA stepping.

The nextcoming four numbers are production week, ie 2001 week 15 and
2001 week 21. I can't remember the letters.

// Stefan

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