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You're talking about the temperature only being bugged, right?
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I have a couple of CPUs that never had a lot of success (one of them has 5 submissions on HWBot.org).

The first, and the one I love the most, is my beloved Opteron 1214 core Santa Ana, socket AM2, 1MB L2 cache and 2.2GHz stock speed. The most power hungry version, 103W TDP. Those were almost never used, the HE variant (65W TDP) was much more common.

The other one is an Athlon XP 1600+ core Thunderbird, boasting an astonishing clock speed of 1.4GHz. That thing was the real s**t back on the day.

I don't know how rare it is, but I have a socket 370 Pentium III core Coppermine boasting 1GHz. Jesus, it was DAMN fast when I bought it. Three years after I got the XP 1600+ that ran the first Halo with a GeForce 2... Med settings, 800x600, at above 30 FPS.


Will post pics when I have the occasion (the Opteron is running, the Pentium is somehow in a box, and so is the Athlon).
   
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You're talking about the temperature only being bugged, right?
lol, no.

It was a chip that NoGuru had lent to me to play with. I was trying to get past 4GHz with it. When I got to my desktop, at 425x12, I think, I brought up Everest and that is what I saw. I confess that for a minute I thought that I had inadvertently typed in the wrong FSB in the BIOS. My heart lept. I had to take a screenie of it to show him. Then when I relaunched and went to BIOS I saw that I hadn't entered in those numbers.

I think it was a momentary sensor bug that Everest read wrong. That or I really did enter in 471x12 but it reset to stock when I rebooted.

So I saved the screenie. Now it's just a lol that I get to share.
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I don't think you can drop the multipliers on those Pentium 4 CPUs. I couldn't on mine, and my board can drop the multiplier on my Core 2 Duo E8600, so I don't think it's the board. The board identifies the ratio as "unlocked" on the Core 2 Duo (downwards only, obviously), and as "locked" on the Pentium 4. The Pentium 4 651 has a multiplier of 17 (my Pentium 4 641 is 16), so the only way it could have been 12 was if SpeedStep or something was in effect.
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I don't know how rare it is, but I have a socket 370 Pentium III core Coppermine boasting 1GHz.
They're not rare at all. I have one. Now had you said the 1.1GHz Coppermine (not Tualatin), that would be rare. It was recalled as it ran too hot. Very few of those are out there. AMD went on to beat Intel in market beyond 1GHz until Tualatin came, but by then, Athlon was well under way, as was the upcoming Pentium 4.
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Here one I have had for years a Cyrix Cx 486 DX2 66, look at those gold pins.

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haha what a cool thread! I don't have anything nowadays but this makes me remember my Pentium Pro 150, mine was the only one I ever saw as most sold went straight to the 166. Also a dual (DUAL!) socket Pentium 3 system with the somewhat rare 667mhz chips. Ahhh, good times.
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I'm rebenching my Via C3 1.2ghz chip on phase, but it has a cold boot bug. I'm going to have to run it on a waterchiller to get any successful bench runs out of it. However, I did successfully get it to 1.78ghz, which is a LOT better than my world record cpu-z hwbot submission of 1.43ghz
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Also a dual (DUAL!) socket Pentium 3 system with the somewhat rare 667mhz chips. Ahhh, good times.
Hmm I'm gonna need to pull out my dual P3 system and see what chips are in there. I think they're common as much 1GHz Coppermines though. Still, it was a beast of a system in the day, and beat the pants off anything the P4 could do for a couple of years.

Not sure the 667MHz P3s are that rare though - my uni had literally hundreds of the buggers...
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I all so have an 66mgz pent
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Pentium 1 key chain Promo item
Pentium 60 or 66 MHz processor based die.
Now that's a genuine Intel Pentium key chain.



it uses the Subset logo (The original "Intel Inside" logo.)and not the main logo
People need to stop making counterfeit ones


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