Barton has uncut L1 bridges?

By on March 6, 2003, 3:35 PM
I just got my AMD Barton 2500+ processor from the mail guy and it sure looks like the L1 bridges are connected from the factory:

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This is good since it allows you to change the multiplier without first [URL=http://www.techspot.com/articles/athlonxp_overclocking/index.shtml]connecting the bridges[/URL].
If you want to see the whole processor you will have to click the comments button below...




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Per Hansson said:
Here is a bigger picture of the CPU, click it if you want an even higher-res pic...[URL=http://www.techspot.com/newspics/2003-2004/barton
jpg][IMG]http://www.techspot.com/newspics/2003-2004/barton
medium.jpg[/IMG][/URL]This processor was bought in Sweden from [URL=http://www.komplett.com/]Komplett[/URL] it's a boxed AMD Athlon XP "Barton" 2500+ 1,83ghz CPU.I should be getting the Abit NF7-S Nforce2 mobo tomorrow that I ordered, then we will see how far this baby can go;)
Phantasm66 said:
I just built a new PC myself, but its not as cool as yours. Nice one!
warr said:
who can spare me a 2400+ cpu for free? :grinthumb :grinthumb
TS | Crazyace said:
You wasted money on an AMD chip?? Arggg....heheh..
Unregistered said:
my athlon xp 1700 is a fine performing chip - i have it in a msi kt333-r mobo. how much tastier is an n-force 2 mobo?
nadnad said:
There are 2 kinds of amd authlon xp 2500+ barton i think...1 is this and 1 is green without the open multiplay!///
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