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Old 16th April 2005, 19:12   #1
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Well, they have the pricing now; taking presale orders at Monarch.

ADA3000BPBOX $164
ADA3200BPBOX $209
ADA3500BPBOX $287
ADA3700BPBOX $344
ADA3800BPBOX $389

http://www.monarchcomputer.com/Merch...t_Code= 80163
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You won't see Venice in stock more or less until May.

http://www.shopblt.com/cgi-bin/shop/...R_ID=!ORDERID!

http://www.monarchcomputer.com/Merch...ADA300 0BPBOX
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Well, they have the pricing now; taking presale orders at Monarch.

ADA3000BPBOX $164
ADA3200BPBOX $209
ADA3500BPBOX $287
ADA3700BPBOX $344 = ADA3700BNBOX = San Digo
ADA3800BPBOX $389

http://www.monarchcomputer.com/Merch...t_Code= 80163
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naah, I made a "huntinglist" a few days ago. that's how I knew the 3700 only exists in San Digo form, otherwise I wouldn't have noticed
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Venice

AMD Athlon 64 3000+ S939 90nm Venice @1.8 Ghz 512k
9*200
Tray: ADA3000DAA4BP
Boxed: ADA3000BPBOX

AMD Athlon 64 3200+ S939 90nm Venice @2.0 Ghz 512k
10*200
Tray: ADA3200DAA4BP
Boxed: ADA3200BPBOX

AMD Athlon 64 3500+ S939 90nm Venice @2.2 Ghz 512k
11*200
Tray: ADA3500DAA4BP
Boxed: ADA3500BPBOX

AMD Athlon 64 3800+ S939 90nm Venice @2.4 Ghz 512k
12*200
Tray: ADA3800DAA4BP
Boxed: ADA3800BPBOX


San Digo

AMD Athlon 64 3500+ S939 90nm San Diego @2.0 Ghz 1M?/512k
10*200 (1M) / 11*200 (512k)
Tray: ADA3500DAA5BN? / ADA3500DAA4BN
Boxed: ADA3500BNBOX? / ADA3500BNBOX

AMD Athlon 64 3700+ S939 90nm San Diego @2.2 Ghz 1M
11*200
Tray: ADA3700DAA5BN
Boxed: ADA3700BNBOX

AMD Athlon 64 4000+ S939 90nm San Diego @2.4 Ghz 1M
12*200
Tray: ADA4000DAA5BN
Boxed: ADA4000BNBOX

AMD Athlon 64 4200+ S939 90nm San Diego @2.6 Ghz 1M
13*200
Tray: ADA4200DAA5BN
Boxed: ADA4200BNBOX

AMD Athlon 64 FX57 S939 90nm San Diego @2.8 Ghz 1M
14*200?
????
????






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There'll be San Digo and Venice cores running on 1.4V and there'll be San Digo and Venice cores running on 1.35V. You can not distinguish them physically, you will only know when you boot the system with default cpu settings.

Although we can make a pretty well estimated guess about the FX-57's specs, it's still speculation untill further notice.

There's a few rumours going around about the 3500+ San Digo. According to these rumours, there would also be 1MB L2 cache versions. Personally I think that in time AMD may release those but for now, I've only seen 3500+ San Digo cores with only 512kB L2 cache up for sale.

If you want to be sure about what you are buying, there are only 2 things you need to pay attention to (since to my knowledge only OEM manufacturers can buy tray versions, you'll just have to peep through the plastic window in the box):

BP = Venice
BN = San Digo

4 = 512kB L2 cache
5 = 1MB L2 cache

example: ADA3700DAA5BN = 3700+ with 1MB L2 cache San Digo core




PS: For a full explanation of OPN ( Order Product Number) codes, look here.
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