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Is Athlon 64 socket AM2 = Socket 939 ? Is Athlon 64 3000+, 3200+, 3500+ Always = Venice core ?

 
 
Michael Hertz
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      01-08-2007, 06:56 PM
I am a bit confused about the AMD naming:

Is the socket AM2 (for Athlon 64 CPUs) the same as Socket 939 ?

If not: What are the differences / which is better resp. more future compatible ?

Do Athlon 64 CPUs with the labels 3000+ or 3200+ or 3500+ ALWAYS have a Venice core
(= a core with low (67 Watt) power consumption) ?

Michael

 
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