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AMD Athlon-XP 1800+ 1533MHz (Palomino)

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  • Processor Speed:
    1533.00 MHz
  • Bus Speed:
    133.00 MHz
  • L1 Cache: 128 kByte
  • L2 Cache: 256 kByte
  • FPU: yes
  • Introduction:
      10/2001
  • Mfg. date:
      week 44/2001
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  -> http://cpu-museum.de/forum/viewtopic.php?p=1019#1019

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AMD Athlon-XP 2000+ 1666MHz (Thoroughbred-A)

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  • Processor Speed:
    1666.00 MHz
  • Bus Speed:
    133.00 MHz
  • L1 Cache: 128 kByte
  • L2 Cache: 256 kByte
  • FPU: yes
  • Introduction:
      8/2002
  • Mfg. date:
      week 29/2002
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AMD Athlon-XP 2400+ 2000MHz (Thoroughbred-B)

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  • Processor Speed:
    2000.00 MHz
  • Bus Speed:
    133.00 MHz
  • L1 Cache: 128 kByte
  • L2 Cache: 256 kByte
  • FPU: yes
  • Introduction:
      2002
  • Mfg. date:
      week 16/2004

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AMD Athlon-XP 2600+ 2133MHz (Thoroughbred-B)

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  • Processor Speed:
    2133.00 MHz
  • Bus Speed:
    133.00 MHz
  • L1 Cache: 128 kByte
  • L2 Cache: 256 kByte
  • FPU: yes
  • Introduction:
      8/2002
  • Mfg. date:
      week 7/2003
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  -> http://cpu-museum.de/forum/viewtopic.php?p=4303#4303