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Can anyone tell me the stock vcores for the xp-m 2400+, xp-m 2600+ and xp-m 2800+? the people on ebay are all over the place with these stats.

Also, I've been told by most to get the xp-m 2500+. Are the 2600's and 2800's not recommended?

Thanks!

PS: I could only find the vcores for the desktop xp's on this site unless someone can direct me to a page
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Originally Posted by silverbomber
Can anyone tell me the stock vcores for the xp-m 2400+, xp-m 2600+ and xp-m 2800+?
Since voltage relates directly to power consumption, the power used in a mobile processor is lowered as the core voltage of the processor is lowered. Some 2500+ chips may continue to run properly at 1.8GHz if their core voltage is set below 1.65V, but others may become unstable or crash outright at anything below 1.65V. Every chip is different in this regard, and you won't know until you try despite some who contend that all silicon wafers have identical chips per wafer.

AMD does in fact use this method for the Athlon XP-M. Basically, they test their chips and determine which 2500+ chips can maintain their 1.8GHz clock speed properly with only 1.45V of core voltage instead of 1.65V. This is done with chips per wafer rather than singled out chips per wafer which is done on the desktop version. Chips that pass this test can then be set to a default voltage of 1.45V and sold as Athlon XP-Ms. Essentially, the XP-M 2500+ is the cream of the crop within its speed grade. Not only can it do 1.8GHz, it can do it with one hand tied behind its back, so to speak.

The method to tell your CPU default voltage is to let all settings regarding the CPU in the BIOS remain at "AUTO" and check the voltage. This will be your default.

http://www.warp2search.net/modules.p...43&22101&84993

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Stuff with FQQ4C p/n are 1.45v. The others are around 1.6v. The 2400, 2500, and 2600 are the only FQQ4C's. There is also the FKT4C 2600, this is 1.6v. IMO the 2600 FQQ4C is best, the 2400/2500 and the higher volt 2800's all seem to oc the same.
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ok so I guess I'll be looking for a 2500+ or 2600+. At the moment I have the xp 2000+ and am looking to upgrade.

Its kind of funny because most of the sellers on ebay post incorrect stats. ie, selling a xp 2200+ as a xp-m 2400+. Hence, I asked you guys who I can trust instead of those guys just trying to make money
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