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post #11 of 29
No, they come in many steppings.
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post #12 of 29
They're all based on the same core, and that core maxes out just a bit over 3.0GHz. Thus, the X2 4800+ Brisbane would NOT clock any better than the X2 3600+.

Save the money, and get the X2 3600+.

Obviously, it depends a lttle how lucky you are with yuor chip. You could get an X2 3600+ that clocks 3.2GHz and an X2 4800+ that clocks only 2.9GHz. Or the other way around.
    
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post #13 of 29
Thread Starter 
CAAIG 0652 VPFW

GOOD stepping for 3600

Chozart rocks!!! that was the info I needed this whole time.
post #14 of 29
However, the higher multiplier is still nice just in case your mobo FSB can't get very high. Starting with higher multipliers will almost guarantee you higher overclocks if you have a crappy motherboard.

EDIT: But it's true that almost all chips have the same the same wall. Same factory, same process, they just have a different multi and they mark up the price... what a scam.
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post #15 of 29
ive got a 4000 brisbane and im stable at 3ghz. i could push this chip a little more if i wanted to, but theres no need. 900mhz OC on this chip is perfectly fine for me

i lapped this cpu, and all i can remember about the stepping was CAAIG.
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post #16 of 29
I've also got a 4000-Brisbane... I have a feeling this is a good clocker but either the board or the ram isnt playing nice...

I can get 2800mhz on stock voltage (havent tried less) but I am currently running it at 250x10.5 on 1.25v and i think it would go lower I just haven tried

Brisbane CPU are very ram dependant and in order for good clocks at low voltage you MUST get the ram set up right... leaving it at default usually wont work..I left mine at default and it wouldnt budge past 250 without 1.45v...once I got the ram semi clocked right I hit 270 with 1.3v big difference...
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post #17 of 29
The limiting factor at the moment is that AMD's silicon seems to be hitting its wall at around 3GHz so it doesn't really matter too much which speed bin chip you buy since you'll probably run into that wall before running into other walls.
    
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post #18 of 29
i am loving my brisbane, they clock great and you can even remove the ihs's on them
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post #19 of 29
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Originally Posted by hstuehmeyer2000 View Post
i am loving my brisbane, they clock great and you can even remove the ihs's on them
To what benefit ?
post #20 of 29
they run even cooler and oc better
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