Jump to content

Opty part number and stepping


boggy

Recommended Posts

I just found an online store selling optys 165 quit cheap and they list part number and stepping. I know nothing about those numbers but i heard they can be used to identify good overclockers. These are:

 

Opteron 165

Manufacturer Part Number: OSA165CDBOX

Stepping: E6

 

What do you say? Enough info to gauge?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

not enough info

 

Opteron 165:

CCB1E 0550VPMW

CCB1E 0605XPMW

CCB1E 0606VPMW

CCB1E 0608MPMW

CCB1E 0609FPMW

CCBBE 0610DPMW

CCBBE 0615XXXX

 

Opteron 170:

CCBWE 0550UPMW <- this one is the exception to the rule, this stepping actually has quite a few total duds that can't exceed 2.7ghz. Still, I myself have owned one that did 3ghz.

CCB1E 0550VPMW

CCB1E 0609FPAW

 

 

Honorable Mention:

CCBWE 0530TPMW -> most of them cant quite hit 3ghz, more like 2.9-2.95.

CCBWE 0546XPMW -> OK stepping, 2.85-2.9ghz average

CCBWE 0609FPAW -> Do not confuse with the CCB1E 0609FPAW, which is a better CPU. This CCBWE version seems to be a 2.9ghz average.

 

KNOWN steppings to AVOID if you want at least 2.9ghz:

 

CCBWE 0607_____(Any processor of that week)

CCBWE 0602_____(Any processor of that week)

CCBWE 0551_____(Any processor of that week)

CCBWE 0546MPMW

CCBWE 0543TPMW

CCBWE 0534SPMW

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

×
×
  • Create New...