What socket, I might stil have a TBread A somewhere for a Socket462/A it's the first revision with the 8 layer PCB (I bought it the day it was released, and they were replaced a few weeks later by 9 layer fabs instead as they were noted for terrible oc'ing compared to the Palomino - a 1700+ Palomino at 1467Mhz could hit 2300Mhz with stock cooling), so not so good for overclocking, but it runs at 1833Mhz stock and about 1995 OC with std cooling.
At 1833 it is rated as 2200+, so about 2400+ at 1980, but bear in mind the 2500+ had a significant advantage as it had 512Kb L2, so not quite as powerful as the Barton.
333 stock FSB though. Used to run it on the Via KT400 chipset but could never get it past 374 even with a higher voltage and lower multiplier (yes, the multiplier is unlocked on the 8 layer CPU's, not sure why as they don't oc very well).
If you are looking for Socket462, ill try and dig out, and you can have it for nout. Aint got the fan for it, unless I still have my massive Thermaltake crap, but that won't sit on all motherboards due to the sheer weight of it.