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Old 5th March, 2002, 06:41 AM
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need help to ID a P3 chip (#'s inside)

hey!

i just pulled a P3 and i'd like to know which of the three 600's this one is.. and how it would compare to the other two types.
can anyone help? here's what i've got...

RB80526PY600256
7014A147-0079 SL3VH

please tell me as much as you can from the above.
i've only dealt with AMD and occassional celerys till now. you'd think it would be marked "600EB" but i have'nt a clue... so that brings me here


also, a general opinion on the performance of these chips would be appreciated. thinking of using it for a CS server.
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That is a CA2 stepping 600E. It is the earliest stepping. It should be good for around 800MHz . . .
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well it's approx 6mos. in use, and never been overclocked...

so now i have two choices.. sell it, or buy more stuff...

what would you say is it's fair value?

and would you say it's worth buying a mobo for?

and thanks for your opinions Dimmreaper
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It's not really worth much, either as a keeper or as merchandise . . .

s370 is at that stage were it is on it's way out, and nobody wants to buy it, and if they do they don't want to pay anything for it . . .

I wouldn't keep it unless you plan to use it for a distributed computing project . . . but then it's not going to be worth much if you sell it. Maybe $30-40 if you find someone who actaully wants to buy it . . .

It's a pretty decent chip though . . .

I might be able to aquire funds to upgrade the office machine at the shop(K6-2 300 @ 450), let me talk to the old man and see if he will front some cash. If you are interested in selling it, drop me an E-mail with details on price/shipping and I'll see what I can do . . .

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well, the chip sells for bout $100+ on pricewatch (FCPGA type)

so i can't really justify selling for 30-40

i may try eGay'ing it..

i also have a cele 400 i can toss in with it, that one i'm not sure on the history of... but considering i know the 600E from day one, and knowing it's from a system with no O/C options, and that the dude hardly used the system... darn thing is like new!

looking at s370 boards, they start at like $25-$30, so this is kinda ideal for a gramma system i guess.
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oops.
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In that case, I'm sure your grandmother would love a new computer
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