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AMD Athlon64 3200 - AMD AthlonFX 51 - Pre-order now (U.K)

Discussion in 'AMD Overclocking' started by Wayne Youngman, Sep 22, 2003.

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    AMD Athlon64 3200 - Socket 754 - OEM - £364.19
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    AMD's Athlon 64 is the latest evolution in the desktop computer industry.
    With its revolutionary 64bit architecture this CPU is fully compatible with
    future 64 bit operating systems and offers blistering performance in current
    32 bit applications.

    With AMD's new HyperTransport technology and a massive 1mb L2 cache, the
    Athlon 64 offers on average, a 10% performance improvement over the AMD
    Barton XP3200+ CPU.


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    AMD AthlonFX 51 - Socket 940 - £675.63
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    AMD's new top of the line CPU aimed squarely at the performance enthusiast
    brings levels of performance unheard of before to the desktop market. With
    its revolutionary 64bit architecture this CPU is fully compatible with
    future 64 bit operating systems and offers blistering performance in current
    32 bit applications.

    Clocked at 2.2ghz and utilising AMD's new HyperTransport with a massive 1mb
    L2 cache, the Athlon FX 51 offers an average performance increase of 15-20%
    over the AMD Barton XP3200+ CPU. The combination of HyperTransport and dual
    channel DDR 400 memory interface brings further performance increases.


    www.overclockers.co.uk/acatalog/Online_Catalogue_AMD_CPUs_51.html#acp_2d059_
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    Damn check out those prices!

    Wayne ][
     
    Wayne Youngman, Sep 22, 2003
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