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AMD slips us another new 64

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The Coolest

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Jul 29, 2001
That looks like a wrongly posted 3200+, the 3200+ also runs at 1600MHz and has 1MB of L2 cache, so there's no reason to get it. If you want to go Athlon64 the best deal is the 3000+ right now as its only $218 on newegg I believe and its performance levels are within a few % to non existant with the 3200+
 
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Saints 26

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Dec 20, 2003
So the xtra cache is like the difference between the tbreb b and the barton. I'm definatly going a64 my first chioce was the 3000 but then I thought this time I'm going to get what I really want,but if 200 is what it cost for xtra cache I'll have to rethink it.
 

bulk88

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Apr 25, 2003
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It is similar. We don't know yet if the lack of cache gives a better overclock, like they do between TbredB and BRTN.
 

Fleck

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Dec 31, 2003
The Coolest, where did they say the processor was running at 1.6GHz? The only thing I saw was "1600 MHz system bus" which all these processors have regardless of their speed.
 

The Coolest

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Jul 29, 2001
You're right, its my bad. Anyway unless they say what the actual core speed of the CPU I wouldn't buy it