Intel Pentium 4 model Identification problem

  Giggle n' Bits 16:00 07 Aug 2005
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ok, I have a Intel Pentium 4 with the following details read of the core of the CPU. I need to know as a search at google didn't seem to list the CPU and give me the awnser. I need to know if this is a 400MHz FSB or 512MHz FSB

2.40GHz 512/400/1.525v
SL6G5
7234A615-0248

Is there a 512MHz FSB ? or is this a 400MHz FSB Please

  Totally-braindead 16:07 07 Aug 2005

Presuming its installed in your PC have you tried this click here

  Giggle n' Bits 16:26 07 Aug 2005

I have it out at the moment.

I wonder but can someone confirm is the 512 means Cache and it is actually 400MHz FSB ?

  Totally-braindead 16:45 07 Aug 2005

Have a look here click here but I'm still unsure which is your CPU since its a 2.4 gig it has to be one of these Pentium® 4 processors in the 478-pin package. The others are listed here as well click here from what I can see the FSB is either 400, 533 or 800. Since you have 400 and 512 as the numbers and 512 is not an option I would say you probably have the 400 FSB but I'm not an expert, perhaps someone else will know for definate.

  Totally-braindead 16:45 07 Aug 2005

Have a look here click here but I'm still unsure which is your CPU since its a 2.4 gig it has to be one of these Pentium® 4 processors in the 478-pin package. The others are listed here as well click here from what I can see the FSB is either 400, 533 or 800. Since you have 400 and 512 as the numbers and 512 is not an option I would say you probably have the 400 FSB but I'm not an expert, perhaps someone else will know for definate.

  Totally-braindead 16:45 07 Aug 2005

Have a look here click here but I'm still unsure which is your CPU since its a 2.4 gig it has to be one of these Pentium® 4 processors in the 478-pin package. The others are listed here as well click here from what I can see the FSB is either 400, 533 or 800. Since you have 400 and 512 as the numbers and 512 is not an option I would say you probably have the 400 FSB but I'm not an expert, perhaps someone else will know for definate.

  Totally-braindead 16:46 07 Aug 2005

Have a look here click here but I'm still unsure which is your CPU since its a 2.4 gig it has to be one of these Pentium® 4 processors in the 478-pin package. The others are listed here as well click here from what I can see the FSB is either 400, 533 or 800. Since you have 400 and 512 as the numbers and 512 is not an option I would say you probably have the 400 FSB but I'm not an expert, perhaps someone else will know for definate.

  DieSse 17:22 07 Aug 2005

All shown here click here

I think you have SL6GS - S not 5

It's in the list as 400 MHz 512K cache

  DieSse 17:26 07 Aug 2005

PS download Everest Home Editon from click here it also lays out full detauls for you.

  Zaphod Beeblebrox 17:34 07 Aug 2005

p4

you should have something along the lines of on

2.4ghz/512/400

2.4ghz = processor speed

512 = cache

400 = fsb

  Giggle n' Bits 20:00 07 Aug 2005

& M8 DieSse & Zaphod Beeblebrox

It seems it is the 400MHz FSB as 512 isn't a FSB it is the Cache.

Thanks everyone named above

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