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    xpm2500 vs. a64sempron3100

    will the 754 3100+sempron with 256cache out perform 2500+ 512 cache barton? or be about the same?

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    you got that right

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    Stock speeds on both? The Barton will be beat easily.
    OCed to the max, the Barton will most likely be blown out of the water.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Coolest
    Stock speeds on both? The Barton will be beat easily.
    OCed to the max, the Barton will most likely be blown out of the water.

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    The socket 754 sempron 3100+ runs at 1.8ghz and the mobile barton runs at 1.83ghz so I think that the semrpon, due to having the onboard memory controller, will be superior in most things even comparing stock speeds. The socket 754 semprons with the newer cores overclock well too.

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    well, i meant to say 2400+ xpm instead of 2500+. right now i have it at 210x11.5=2415 mhz. and yes i will oc the sempron but how much just depends on my other componets i quess

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Coolest
    Stock speeds on both? The Barton will be beat easily.
    OCed to the max, the Barton will most likely be blown out of the water.
    This still will hold true with an XP-M 2400+
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Coolest
    Stock speeds on both? The Barton will be beat easily.
    OCed to the max, the Barton will most likely be blown out of the water.
    Agree
    Last edited by DakDarie; 02-12-06 at 02:06 AM.

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    thanks,gonna try my luck

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    i ordered the 3100+/ecs combo from fry's to play with. some people say they have gotten paris cores and some have gotten palmero cores. will there be any difference in performance between the two?

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    The "palermo" (based on either Winchester or Venice) will OC better. the Venice version will also have SSE3 instruction set. MHz for MHz they should be pretty close though.
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