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It reads as an 3400+ with 3500+ multiplyers
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Interesting... 11x200 is the 800MHz, so you have the 3500+'s multiplyer
I've got to wonder if that CPU will do the same dance as the 1000MHz version and if so you have some extra flexability with that 11x vs the 10
Have you tried a vcore bump and running it like a 1000?

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Quote:
Originally Posted by The Duke
Interesting... 11x200 is the 800MHz, so you have the 3500+'s multiplyer
I've got to wonder if that CPU will do the same dance as the 1000MHz version and if so you have some extra flexability with that 11x vs the 10
Have you tried a vcore bump and running it like a 1000?

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What are you talking about? As far as I can see it's a 3500+ Venice with a different model number for some reason... Is your computer a pre-manufactured one? Like Dell, HP, Compaq, etc.?
    
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Originally Posted by YiffyGriffy
What are you talking about? As far as I can see it's a 3500+ Venice with a different model number for some reason... Is your computer a pre-manufactured one? Like Dell, HP, Compaq, etc.?
Nope bought it seperatly
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Originally Posted by Spice1
FYI: In the future, don't double post, use the edit button

Well then I dunno what's up... I do recall some things about there beng a Socket 939 3400+, but I think it was only for Winchesters...
    
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Both New Castle and Venice versions were originally manufactured for OEM. They share the 3500+ characteristics but are in fact 800MHz not 1000MHz pieces. These like other odd ball units seem to be popping up lately... like the 2900+ as of receintly.
    
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