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AMD AthlonXP 2500 [1.83GHZ 333] OEM

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Barton Core

Stock:
Discontinued!
This item is currently discontinued and at present, we have no replacement on order.
Quickcode: 7582  
Stock code: CPU-A-XP-2500B
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Description:

AMDs value processor based on the Barton core, running at a speedy 1.83GHz which is equivilant to 2500PR.

Warranty Information:

Manufacturer amd
Warranty Type Manufacturer via Aria
Manufacturer Website http://www.amd.com
Manufacturer Phone 01276 932318

Comments, Questions & Reviews:

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Comment by krisman

anyone know whats going on with amd processors? there are none anywhere. there only seems to be info from aug about shortages of amd stuff thnx

Response by Rob D
All XP chips below 2800 have been dicontinued. They are no longer being produced so it's just a matter of when someone turns up who has still got stock. Expect this situation to get worse rather than better. To compound this problem, 2800 and above seem to be in short supply as well.

Comment by Colin

Hi, just got one of these and it's running like a dream. Unfortunately my Abit KD7-S mobo doesn't recognize it and comes up with "unknown cpu" on boot up. Like I said it's running great-I've actually overclocked it to 3000 with no problems. I have upgraded the bios in case you're wondering

Comment by Darren

Does the 512kb Cache on Xp2500 and up make much difference over xp2400+ ?

Response by Rob D
Yes.

Comment by JamesC

For people looking to do the 3200 trick, I recommend the Abit NF7-S motherboard. Very very good - just select 3200 in the bios and thats you done. Plus it completely ignores the multiplier locks :D

Comment by Fabio

Hi there, Having got a 2000+ and M/B MSI-6570 (K7N2G-ILSR), I am now considering to upgrade. Just wondered whether or not I could overclock one of those CPUs(2500+) to 3200+. I am concerned as FSB 400MHz and 3000+ processors are not supported by my M/B (according to the manual). This is all in theory and might not be tue. Any ideas?

Response by Stuart
If your motherboard doesn't support 400FSB, then there's no feasible way you could get a 2500 to 3200 speeds..
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