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deeppow

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May 10, 2002
Location
Los Alamos, NM
The good news: A few preorder listings starting to show up on the 2700+, so what's new? The expected delivery dates are end of Nov. and first of Dec. :beer:

The bad news: Big prices! :eek: :(
 

Kunaak

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Sep 28, 2002
Location
Juneau Alaska
AMD themselves have stated for a month now that only thier partner pre-made PC's will be selling them IN computers.

alienware, falcon NW places like that will be selling them in thier PC's at the end of this month. so no one should really have them for sale until the middle of next month, aside from if you by an alienware, switch the 2700 out and sell the rest...

who knows though, AMD may have changed thier mine :)
 
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deeppow

deeppow

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Location
Los Alamos, NM
wait for great steppings on the 2400+

Then all you have to do is overclock the 2400 from 2.0G to 2.5G just to get your cpu fsb up to where the 2700+ or 2600B start. :(
 

seoultrain

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Sep 1, 2001
Location
Enn Jay
Newegg has 2700+'s on their site... dunno if this was some mistake or they somehow got their hands on some of them... 350 bucks, btw

for some reason, the bus speed says 266... shouldn't that be 333?
 

OC-Master

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Jul 14, 2001
Location
Edmonton, Alberta
This is a very good sign. At this rate, we should see the 2800+ by Christmas!

nVidia is supposed to launch the 2900+ and 3000+ around Christmas so it seems only right that they do it in style.


OC-Master
 

RangerJoe

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Nov 24, 2001
Location
Stillwater, Oklahoma
if only AMD could get a deal going with Dell...thatd be great for them. Dell and AMD. im sure intel wouldnt like that though.

you can try going back to the store, but since the chip hasnt had any problems, you just want to be able to overclock (taking away the warranty anyway, but thats another story) then sell the chip on the forum, and buy a 2400 or something once you save some money.

btw, this is my 2000th post i do believe...its been fun guys
 

bubba gump

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Sep 19, 2002
Location
CA, USA
Ive seen a couple HP's with 2200+'s processors, there actually sorta cheaploking computers, after 350 in rebates ($900 after)

Any OEM that is BIG like Dell, or Gateway, or HP that AMD could get a huge order of processors for would most likely increase there profit.


@RangerJoe Congrats on the 2000th post (it is, just checkd ur prof.)!