how can i tell what slot A athlon I have?
I know I have a .18 microm athlong becuase it has the letter A on the case. However, does the .18 micron make it a tbird core? I am trying to find a faster CPU (currently 750) on my abit ka7-100. Going at least to 900mhz. But, the only people I can find with a 900mhz classic athlon is compgeeks.com. Its used...so then I want to know: is mine a classic or...?
The manuf. date is week 22 of 2000. Thanks
Well if it is a T-bird you wouldn't be able to use it in that board.
The KA7-100 dosn't support the 0.18 micron
Sisoft Sandra will tell you the exact type of your CPU ...
Best Regards ...
The 750's were known as "pretty desireable" to overclock, ive been using one at 1050 for over a year now with only the addition of a cheap goldfinger device which may cost less then a cpu swap...(ive seen em for 15$)
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