Do you know your old Pentium Pro steppings?

Mellman

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taking apart an old server here at work, and i am attempting to figure out what speec cpu it has, its a dual cpu server, i believe it was a domain controller at one time, in any case here are all the #'s and markings on the top of the cpu

KB80521 EX200 SL22v 256k

1Comp 2 #=220 <- is that the mhz?

L7232665-1551 <- serial #?

on the back:
17125320AD Malay

KB80521 EX200 SL22v 256k

I can make educated guesses but....its been YEARS since i've seen one of these things....so c'mon, dig your brains!
 

Mellman

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it appears they are indeed 200Mhz chips...are these things even worth anything anymore? I suppose the UW SCSI3 is worth something..
 

AndyHui

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This is an SL22V Pentium Pro processor.

The CPUID is 0619 (P6 family, Model 1, Stepping 9), 256KB L2 cache (beta stepping) at 200MHz.

The iComp 220 refers to the old iComp index, which was what Intel used as a relative indicator of performance for processors at the time. Kind of like SANDRA or CPUMark.

As you say, packaged in Malaysia, manufactured in Week 23, 1997.
 

Mellman

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awesome andy, thanks for the reply :) Maybe i'll give em a toss to FS/FT for cheap got 396MB ram, 2 sticks are crucial too! oh boy oh boy :p