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3700+ Toledo... what does it means in practice?

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3700+ Toledo... what does it means in practice?

Postby hw junkie » Thu May 25, 2006 9:01 am

That is mine... anybody can explain what does it means in practice to have a Toledo core instead of a San Diego? (e.g. lesser overclockability, higher temps, less stability, etc.???)

AMD64 TCaseMax - v1.19

CPU Information (CPU #1):
Standard CPUID: Family: F, Model: 7, Stepping: 2
Extended CPUID: Family: F, Model: 37, Stepping: 2
CPUID String: 30F72
Processor APIC: 0
Processor: AMD Athlon 64 3700+ (Toledo)
CPU Speed: 2587.95 (235.27 x 11.0)
Revision: JH9-E6
Platform: Socket 939
Startup VCore: 1.350v
Maximum Case Temperature = 59C
TDP: 50.0 Watts

Written by: Arthur Liberman.
Idea by: Petr Koc.
More info at: http://www.thecoolest.zerobrains.com/fo ... c.php?t=83
hw junkie

Postby Guest » Sun Jun 04, 2006 2:06 pm

I have the same.It's a dual core toledo with 1 core disabled(defective)Mine will oc to 2.7 @1.35 volts.Runs cool,appears to need less power.

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