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Newegg has 2600+ and 2700+ 333FSB in stock

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opakduwabys

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Kinda weird that AMD has launched its processors so closely together...Considering that both 2600+ and 2700+ both were on newegg at almost the same time.
 

Fuzzy

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i see the light!

wait, wtf!!!

AMD ATHLON XP 2600 /333 FSB PROCESSOR CPU- OEM $292.00

Specifications:
CPU: 2.13 GHz
Type: XP 2600 Throughbred
Cache: 256K
BUS: 333MHz

AMD ATHLON XP 2700 /333 FSB PROCESSOR CPU- OEM $350.00



Specifications:
CPU: 2.13 GHz
Type: XP 2700 Throughbred
Cache: 256K
BUS: 266MHz

Same speed.. 2.13 GHz, 2600+ has higher bus yet its much much cheaper! AMD has a weird way of pricing things :p
 

Kunaak

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oooooooooooooh my god....
today is a nice day....

I thought these wouldn't be available for another month.

well, if the 2700 is still available next week.
I'll be buying that in a second.
 
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opakduwabys

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I think newegg fudged maybe they meant 2075mhz...instead of the original 2013mhz... or maybe im just really, yea
 

cyber mouse45

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Ok, what's the better deal, 2.53GHz Northwood (Retail) for $235, or the XP 2600 (OEM) for $292? I'm guessing it's the intel chip, right? :eh?: Does anybody know how well the 2600 might overclock?
 

maxima88

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Excellent processors but still too expensive for me. I'll have to be content w/ my XP1600+ @ 1963mhz. :(
 

maxima88

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Kunaak said:
maxima88, that is one hell of a overclock, it's nothing to be worried about. almost 2 ghz is great...

Thanks Kunaak but you know how it is w/ us overclockers. Never satisified w/ what we have and always striving to reach the next level.:)
 

RangerJoe

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cyber mouse45 said:
Ok, what's the better deal, 2.53GHz Northwood (Retail) for $235, or the XP 2600 (OEM) for $292? I'm guessing it's the intel chip, right? :eh?: Does anybody know how well the 2600 might overclock?

my xp1600 at 2ghz is faster than a 2.66ghz p4...and i spent $53 on it....so when the chip at stock speed, with a newer core, it should be quite a bit faster