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Old 6th October 2004, 12:22   #1
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Default INFO: Reading the OPN code on your AMD Athlon 64 to find out what CPU you have

Reading the OPN code on your AMD Athlon 64 to find out what CPU you have (for Athlon XP CPU's look here)

Overclockers.com dug a little deeper and found some valuable info about the OPN codes on A64 CPU's.

Here's the gist of the article using the CPU pictured below from JNav89GT:

ADA3200DIK4BI


Type of CPU: ADA3200DIK4BI

A = Athlon 64/FX
O = Opteron
S = Sempron


CPU purpose: ADA3200DIK4BI

D = Desktop
M = Mobile
S = Server


Wattage output: ADA3200DIK4BI

A = Desktop replacement (regular wattage)
N = 62 watt processor
D = 35 watt processor

Speed rating: ADA3200DIK4BI

- 4 numbers = A64 or Sempron
- 3 numbers = Opteron
- 2 letters (FX) / 2 numbers= Athlon FX


Socket: ADA3200DIK4BI

A = socket 754
C = socket 940
D = socket 939


Core voltage: ADA3200DIK4BI

E = 1.5V (130nm desktop cpu)
I = 1.4V (130nm mobile cpu or 90nm desktop cpu)
Q = 1.2V (mobile cpu)


Maximum Temperature: ADA3200DIK4BI

K = ??? (used so far on all 90nm CPU's)
O = 69C (Opterons)
P = 70C (130nm desktop CPU's)
X = 95C (mobile CPU's)


Cache: ADA3200DIK4BI

2 = 128K (some Sempron mobiles)
3 = 256K (Hammer based Semprons)
4 = 512K (Newcastle/Winchester-based Athlon 64's)
5 = 1Mb (Clawhammer-based A64s, FX's, and Opterons)


Stepping: ADA3200DIK4BI

AK = FX, CG
AP = A64, A64Mob, C0
AR = A64, A64Mob, CG
AS = FX, CG
AT = FX, CG
AW = A64, CG
AX = A64, A64Mob, Semp, CG
AY = AXP-M
BI = all 90nm CPU's (stepping of 90nm CPU's will start with B)
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Old 6th October 2004, 14:35   #2
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nice info

way more "overzichtelijk" then the overclockers article
 
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