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 Post subject: Newegg is selling mobile athlon chips
PostPosted: Thu Oct 31, 2002 2:15 pm 
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It seems these are based on T-bred A core,
http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProduct.a ... on=&page=2


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 31, 2002 5:20 pm 
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  • AMD MOBILE Athlon XP 1600+ /1.4GHz 266 FSB 256K, AXMD1600FQQ3C
  • AMD MOBILE Athlon XP 1900+ /1.6GHz 200MHz FSB 256K, AXMD1900FVQ3B
  • AMD MOBILE Athlon XP 2000+ /1.67GHz 266 FSB 256K, AXMH2000FLQ3C
Will any motherboard utilize the features of the chips?

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 01, 2002 1:00 pm 
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If you are following this thread, you need to read this other thread:

http://forums.silentpcreview.com/forums ... php?t=2257

Where you could find a link to the Xbit article, where you could find this list:

The new Athlon XP supports Cool'N'Quiet technology, which allows changing the CPU core clock frequency depending on its utilization. Of course, this technology should be supported by the BIOS and the operation system, such as Windows XP. Today only the following mainboards support this technology:

ASUS A7A266 (Board Rev.1.03) BIOS Ver.1010
ASUS A7M266 (Board Rev.1.04) BIOS Ver.1007
ASUS A7S333 (Board Rev.1.03) BIOS Ver.1004
ASUS A7V266 (Board Rev.1.05) BIOS Ver.1002c
MSI KT3 Ultra BIOS Ver.5.4
MSI K7N420 Pro BIOS Ver.2.4


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 02, 2002 12:37 am 
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*lol* I could only find one mATX board... an ASUS A7V266. Couldn't find the MSI K7N420 Pro, so not sure what it is.

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Of course, this technology should be supported by the BIOS and the operation system, such as Windows XP.
I wonder if linux is supporting this yet.

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