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    Ada3500dep4as Caa2c 0505fpmw - Huh?

    Someone from australia just brought a 3500+ 0505 with the followig details

    ADA3500DEP4AS
    CAA2C 0505FPMW

    Now look at this chip: Any idea's? Anyone seen a CAA2C?



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    that should be a good one....but it IS an fx-55...

    caaac is the best i have seen.

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    NO its a A64 3500+!

    With that stepping!

    The image is for comparison to the codes of a FX 55

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    well, lol, you see the stepping on a 3500, then sure, it's a true stepping. Thought fx-55's were clawhammers and 3500's winchesters tho.

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    some 3500's are new castles too :P
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    ADA3500DEP4AS

    is that a winchester stepping?

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    Its so new I cant see why it not should be
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    ADA3500DEP4AS is Sledgehammer (SH7-CG) with 512kb L2 cache.
    I have whole box of those, and they are all week 42 of 2004 and with CAA2C code.

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    yeah but these are newer chips
    looks like they've reverted back to newcastles?

    image taken by T_M on ocau

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    ahh there you go told yah

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    the newer winnies must be that bad
    lol

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    Stripped down FX53's these 3500's are. The cores likely have been stock piled (for the 4000+) at the assembly plant in Penang so they utilised them for the 3500+'s. Buys time till rev E's come out later this month or next.

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    sounds like it I got one yesterday and preliminary results

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    Yikes! Nice NC's! Where did you guys buy these from? I'd like to try my luck with one! Please name the retailer and when you purchased if possible. Any one with aircooling results yet?
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    Wait a sec...

    Eva: Why do all the CPU-Z's read "Newcastle" but the Everest reads "Clawhammer"??
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    These seem to be a new type of CPU, ZipZoomFly now has two types of 130nm 3500+, one is the normal NewCastle:
    ADA3500AWBOX
    and the other is this strange one:
    ADA3500ASBOX
    NewEgg lists the core on this new ADA3500ASBOX chip as Clawhammer although it still has 512KB L2.
    According to AMD's Technical Ref it should be a ClawHammer:
    A=130nm, S= Hammer, 939
    A=130nm, W= Newcastle, 939
    You can tell by looking at the last two digits on the first line of the CPU, if they're AW its a regular NewCastle, if its AS, its one of these new mystery CPU's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HiJon89
    These seem to be a new type of CPU, ZipZoomFly now has two types of 130nm 3500+, one is the normal NewCastle:
    ADA3500AWBOX
    and the other is this strange one:
    ADA3500ASBOX
    NewEgg lists the core on this new ADA3500ASBOX chip as Clawhammer although it still has 512KB L2.
    According to AMD's Technical Ref it should be a ClawHammer:
    A=130nm, S= Hammer, 939
    A=130nm, W= Newcastle, 939
    You can tell by looking at the last two digits on the first line, if they're AW its a regular NewCastle, if its AS, its one of these new mystery CPU's.
    Yah, I went to Newegg, ZZF, and Monarch and noticed this as well. Also if you notice, it's only the the boxed versions all the OEM versions are still AS. Maybe the rumor is right and these guys are washed up FX-53's that they decided to put into use while they wait for Venice! Let me know, I want to order NOW!
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    How do these compare at the same clock speed to the Winchesters??
    @Eva....is that prime stable??

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    here's a 4000+ I used to have........

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    nice eva! The new newcastles rocks!!
    If u had better mems u would have less than 30sec!
    nice job!

    Does anyone knows anything about this:
    ADA3500DEP4AS
    CAA2C 0504GPMW
    ???

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    Sounds like a steal of a deal under $300 for a FX53 (sorta)
    I wish I hadnt already spent way to much on PC parts in the last 3 months.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SlotKiller
    nice eva! The new newcastles rocks!!
    If u had better mems u would have less than 30sec!
    nice job!

    Does anyone knows anything about this:
    ADA3500DEP4AS
    CAA2C 0504GPMW
    ???
    take the cpu it's worth the risk! i do have better mem that's just testing the cpu max taking mem out of the equation the ram can do 273-275mhz 2-2-2-6

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    Quote Originally Posted by eva2000
    take the cpu it's worth the risk! i do have better mem that's just testing the cpu max taking mem out of the equation the ram can do 273-275mhz 2-2-2-6
    What do you guys think about these: ADA3500ASBOX ?

    This should just be the ADA3500DEP4AS with a HSF and 3-year warranty, correct?

    Oh man, someone confirm this and I'll order one ASAP. Hopefully get here early next week!
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    eva, i am really waiting for a spi 1mb and 32mb with mems @262 2-2-2!!!
    could you tell me how high you o/c with the stock HSF???
    thanx

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    I dont get why they went back to .13 micron.

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