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Socket 939 being reported by 3DMark 2001 version 200



 
 
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Old May 12th 04, 07:46 AM
Wayne @ W.
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Default Socket 939 being reported by 3DMark 2001 version 200

Strange... I have a Chaintech VNF3 250 motherboard, and an AMD XP 64 3200+
cpu. 3DMark 2001 version 200 under System InfoCPU InfoAMD unknown as
Socket Designation ..... Socket 939

Strange, huh?

Wayne


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Old May 13th 04, 02:08 AM
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Manufacturer: AMD
Family: unknown
Internal Clock: 1.96GHz
Internal Clock Maximum: 1.96GHz
External Clock: 200MHz
Socket Designation: Socket 939
Type: Central
Upgrade: ZIF Socket
Capabilities: MMX, CMov, RDTSC, 3DNow!, Extended 3DNow!, SSE, SSE2
Version: Model 4, Stepping 10
CPUID: 0x00000f4a


Of course I know it is a socket 754, but this is what this program reports.
LOLOL


Wayne

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Strange... I have a Chaintech VNF3 250 motherboard, and an AMD XP 64

3200+
cpu. 3DMark 2001 version 200 under System InfoCPU InfoAMD unknown as
Socket Designation ..... Socket 939

Strange, huh?

Wayne




 




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