During the recent World Cyber Games Singapore Finals, VR-Zone
got a close encounter with these rare AMD processors. Being marked as AMD Athlon
64 3400+, these CPUs are actually based on the 939 pin socket. While the 754 pin
brother is commonly available at various retailers, this CPU is pretty unheard
of. With “LBBLE” markings, this CPU is based on the “Venice” core. The operating
frequency for this CPU is at 2200MHz, with 512KB of cache, similar to retail
3500+. But however, this 3400+ has a default of only 800MHz HTT, unlike the
3500+ retail, which has 1GHz HTT. We learnt that this CPU is predominantly meant
for the OEM and branded PC market, and not really meant for retail.

During the recent World Cyber Games Singapore Finals, VR-Zone
got a close encounter with these rare AMD processors. Being marked as AMD Athlon
64 3400+, these CPUs are actually based on the 939 pin socket. While the 754 pin
brother is commonly available at various retailers, this CPU is pretty unheard
of. With "LBBLE" markings, this CPU is based on the "Venice" core. The operating
frequency for this CPU is at 2200MHz, with 512KB of cache, similar to retail
3500+. But however, this 3400+ has a default of only 800MHz HTT, unlike the
3500+ retail, which has 1GHz HTT. We learnt that this CPU is predominantly meant
for the OEM and branded PC market, and not really meant for retail. 

 

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