All objects with Thoroughbred B chip

Released in August 2002 as successor to the Thoroughbred 'A'. It was still 130nm but refined and optimized to reach higher clock-frequencies. AMD added a 9th layer ('A' had 8 layers) to improve electrical conduction between parts of the CPU. This greatly increased stability at higher clocks.

In early 2003 AMD perfected the 130nm production process. AMD had good yields per wafer that caused AMD to sell high-quality chips rated at low speeds to satisfy demands on budget CPU's. It didn't take long for people to find out that the cheap 1700+ and 1800+ CPU's could reach clock-frequencies equal or exceeding those of AMD's high-end CPU's. Back in the day I bought a 60 Euro XP1700+ that ran at 2,5GHz for years with ease. Some even exceeded 3GHz using LN2 (Hydrogen) cooling!

The Thoroughbred 'B' got AMD back on the track after the Palomino (180nm) was stretched to it's limits and Thoroughbred 'A' didn't meet expectations.

Personally I loved this chip in combination with the nForce2 chipset. Easy to overclock, dead stable and by setting latencies right (and tight using proper memory chips), the feeling of the system was really snappy. And, of course the excellent price/performance ratio.

Vendor
Name
Trans.
vCore
ES?
Date
Socket
sSpec
AMD
37,2M
1,25V
No
0545
S462
ANXS1750FXC3M
AMD
37,2M
1,5V
No
0308
S462
AXDA1700DLT3C
AMD
37,2M
1,25V
No
0409
S563
AXMS1700GXS3C
AMD
37,2M
1,6V
No
0448
S462
SDA2200DUT3D
AMD
37,2M
1,5V
No
0311
S462
AXDA1800DLT3C
AMD
37,2M
1,5V
No
0321
S462
AXDA1800DLT3C
AMD
37,2M
1,5V
No
0241
S462
AXDA1800DLT3C
AMD
37.2M
1.6V
No
0521
S462
SDA2300DUT3D
AMD
37,2M
1,6V
No
0434
S462
SDA2400DUT3D
AMD
37.2M
1.6V
No
0514
S462
SDA2500DUT3D
AMD
37,2M
1,6V
No
0343
S462
AXDA2200DUV3C
AMD
37.2M
1.6V
No
0441
S462
SDA2600DUT3D
AMD
37,2M
1,65V
No
0301
S462
AXDA2400DKV3C
AMD
37,2M
1,6V
No
0503
S462
AXDL2400DUV3C
AMD
37,2M
1,65V
No
0246
S462
AXDA2400DKV3C
AMD
37.2M
1.65V
No
0315
S462
AXDA2600DKV3D
AMD
37.2M
1.65V
No
0251
S462
AXDA2600DKV3D
AMD
37.2M
1.65V
No
0305
S462
AXDA2700DKV3D