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    Can celeron 400's have the same FPO/Batch#?

    Can 2 different celerons have the FPO/Batch#?

    I brought one in Australia with FPO/Batch# L9400674 new in a retail box that was sealed but a check of www.overclockers.com database shows that this celeron 400's FPO/Batch# already exists.

    I thought that this was a unique identifier but both CPU's appear to have all the same details.

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    I know that the three first digits tell you this: 9=Malaysia, 40=week of manufacture. Unfortunately, I have no idea what 0674 stands for. Someone clear things up here!!!

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    Yes. They can. It isn't a serial number, it is a batch number. Hundreds of Celerons were made the same week as your's was, in the same manufacturing plant.

    Some of the persons here might want to know what that run number was. A Celeron 400 @600 is a very nice idea. Alot of persons would enjoy playing with that.

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    Is the request for a run number directed at me.........if so I would love to help but have no idea where to get it from.........I still have the box label if thats any help.

    Thanx again.

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    there might be more info here: http://www.intel.com/design/celeron/qit/
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