AMD Phenom B3 set to be 9X50

"Adding a "50" onto Phenom to show that TLB is gone"

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To determine the bugged from the not-so-bugged, AMD is changing the name of their bug-less B3 stepping Phenom to add a "50" to it
 
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This means people will be able to distinguish a CPU with the TLB bug from one without it. The clocks are the same, but the numbers are a little different.
 
Hopefully we'll also see some higher clocked versions while their at it!
 
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11-03-2008, 17:20:19

legacy2k
alright guys

i have 2 machines here looking to put the best parts together but unsure which CPU would be better???

im currently using a P4 2.0 ghz 400 mhz FSB whereas my other system is a AMD athlon 2600+ 333 FSB i belive it has the barton core (serial number axda2600dkv3d) also the pcb is brown whereas my other 2600+'s are green would i be correct in saying this is the 512 k L2 cache barton??

which of the 2 cpus would be better? there both using the same amount and speed ram, the one pc is using a compaq mobo which cant overclock only has AGP 4x which is anoying but the otherone is a ASRock mobo with 5.1 surround and AGP 8x and obiously can overclock
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