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So, according to Intel, this CPU doesn't exist.

CPU-Z shows it as a Northwood core Pentium 4 on the 478pin socket platform, 130nm process, 400FSB, 512MB L2 (CPU-Z attached)

I couldn't find the specs on it online as nothing in the Spec Finder matched what CPU-Z was reporting and didn't have time to pull the system apart to get the spec number. Yesterday I got a 2.4 Northwood to replace it and figured I would find out what this CPU was finally.

The spec number is SL6DS, batch L221A782.


It OC'd pretty well, got it to 2.24 with ClockGen and a ASUS P4P800-VM board, had it at 2.32 for a while but it wasn't 100% stable, failed StressPrime after about 25 hours.......2.24 was completely stable.


Anyone have interesing info on this CPU?
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is it a mobile pentium 4 ?

http://processorfinder.intel.com/Lis...Spec=&OrdCode=
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Sounds like this guy has the same one, says he got it to 2.7ghz

http://forums.vr-zone.com/showthread.php?t=21045
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Why the devil use clock get with a P4P-800?, nonetheless groovy.
    
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Originally Posted by bradleyl20

Not unless it's REALLY special, it plugged into the P4P800-VM standard 478 grid....mobile CPUs while still 478pin (usually listed as 479 because of a pin difference) have a differnet pin layout.



Quote:
Originally Posted by SinDicate
Sounds like this guy has the same one, says he got it to 2.7ghz

http://forums.vr-zone.com/showthread.php?t=21045
yeah, he had a better board than I do LOL....but I think we found a common denominator....

from that link
Quote:
I know this cpu came from compaq evo desktop
Bingo, exactly where I got mine from......it was in a Mini case (it was actually passivly cooled in there too!!!)

So sounds like a special CPU made for Compaq business solutions......mine took 1.7v or so in CPU-z as well, he mentiones his runs that voltage also......



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Originally Posted by RonindeBeatrice
Why the devil use clock get with a P4P-800?

Because it's a P4P800-VM.....it has no BIOS overclocking option, the only thing I can set is RAM timings and a few choices on RAM SPD, but since I am using freaky mis-matched RAM sticks that doesn't really work LOL

I put this system together with a bunch of spare parts just for a folding rig.


Well, guess I will put it in the spare parts box and wait to stumble across another 478 board cheap or free, maybe one that even overclocks better.....

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