Remarked Athlon XP [ June, 2003 ]

We found that there are some remarked Athlon XP processors in Japan.

Attention! Remarked Athlon XP Processors On the Market [06/28/2003]

We know that the normal the Athlon XP2400+ processor will operate by 1.65V. However, we were surprised to know that this Athlon XP processor operates by 1.8V.

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It is thought that operating by 1.8V although it must be 1.65V specification, since the OPN showing core voltage is K has abnormalities in a product.
The expansion picture of a product (New window 144k)

Why does actual core voltage differ from specification?

We consider it sure that this cause is in L11 bridges.
Although it must originally be VID=1.65 with the following photographs, it is a problem that it is the same as VID=1.60. Probably it is reconstruction using AXDA1800DUT3C.

AXDA **** DLT3C L=1.50V
AXDA **** DUT3C U=1.60v
AXDA **** DKT3C K=1.65v
Although the bridge of VID=1.8V was shown for comparison, the product whose core voltage is 1.8V does not exist in an actual product.

Comparison of The Marking

Remarked Athlon XP 2400+

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Normal Athlon XP

There are abnormalities also in L3 bridges.

The L3 bridges differed from normal XP2400+. It seems that it is the same as AXDA1800DUT3C by appearance. This cannot be seen from a photograph, though regrettable. We think that some L3 bridges may be buried with a conductive material.

We know that the same thing as this exists also in the following pages.

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