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X2 4400+ Cores toledo/manchester?

Discussion in 'CPUs' started by Delvis, 8 May 2006.

  1. Delvis

    Caporegime

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    Hi, just a quick question, is there TWO versions of the X2 4400+ One being manchester and the other being toledo? Only thing i cna think of is diff manufacturing processes or the cache size? Or have i got that wrong... :p

    And of course which is better?

    Thanks in advance.

    Craig.
     
    Last edited: 8 May 2006
  2. MeatLoaf

    Capodecina

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    Yes i thibk there are two versions and 4200+, 4400, 4600+ can be toledo or manchester
     
  3. Delvis

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    Hmm, thought so, just wondering which is better as i can get a decent price for one of em...Dont wana splash out tho :p
     
  4. Mul

    Wise Guy

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    There's only one version of the A64 X2 4400, and it's the Toledo. X2 4400's have 1mb L2 cache per core, which Toledo's are meant to have. Manchester's have 512kb L2 cache per core.

    Mul
     
  5. Delvis

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    Hmmz, kinda thought so, just making sure. :)

    Thanks very much!
     
  6. Monstermunch

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    They're all TOLEDO cores. All 1mb L2 cache per core, Dual core chips are TOLEDO's. Manchester is just a codename for the X2's
     
  7. Delvis

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    Hmz...So nothing differentiates the 512kb and 1mb l2 cache then? I take it theyre all under the 90nm process also?
     
  8. Mr Mister

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    4400 and 4800 are all toledo, 3800, 4200 and 4600 are mainly manchester but some are toledo but have half the cache disabled.

    So if you are looking at a 4400 it will be toledo core.
     
  9. Delvis

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    Ace :)

    Just what i needed to know, thankyou.
     
  10. kevpuk

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    What he said ^^
     
  11. Delvis

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    Now just gotta decide if i want a 4400 or 4800...:S
     
    Last edited: 8 May 2006