Originally Posted by pioneerisloud
I don't remember there being 3. I remember there being a 1.92GHz one (same chip I had, ran at 200x11.5 for its entire life), and a 2.08GHz one (166x12.5). You might actually have the 2.08Ghz stock one. Personally, any Barton core chip SHOULD hypothetically hit 2.2GHz at least. Doesn't mean they will, but the Barton core was the same on all the Barton chips, and they hit up to 2.2GHz stock.
There were at least two versions of the 2600 Barton core, one being a XP-M rated at 133, the desktops at 166. I don't recall any 2600 being rated at 200 since the only one I know of would be the 3200 chip. You can tell by looking at the very last digit in the first line of code on the label that states the model #. C means 133, D means 166 and E means 200. Be aware that there were also Sempron chips based on the Barton core with a similar rating but these clearly say Sempron on the label. I have a 2600 Sempy chip here and it goes to around 2300 or so. There are also T-Bred chips with the 2600 model designation too, the highest I'm aware of being a XP 2700.
I also have one of those but it got misplaced awhile back. Know it's around here somewhere....
Bought a waterblock for my A's sometime back but haven't done anything with it yet. I'll get around to it one day.
Checkout CPU world's listings for more info on these chips and others too.
http://www.cpu-world.com/Edited by Kryton - 1/19/10 at 12:32pm