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Thread: Which AMD64 939 CPU?
01-10-05, 03:58 AM #1
Which AMD64 939 CPU?
3200+ or 3500+ ??
I can get the 3200+ for $290 and the 3500+ for $390, basically $100 of difference
I'm a over clocker
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01-10-05, 07:57 AM #3
If saving $$. The 3200 is best bang for buck (around $215) and is what I would get. But if I have the money, I would go with the 3500 ($325). It has a higher multi of 11. The 3200 has multi of 10. AMD has locked the upper multi. It'll be easier to get higher speed with the higher multi. -->Unless someone found a way to unlock the multi.
01-10-05, 08:27 AM #4
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01-10-05, 09:28 AM #5Originally Posted by yo4444
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01-10-05, 09:41 AM #6
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For a complete rundown on s939 processor choices, look here:
Also, there's a memory section that will outline memory/TCCD alternatives, too.