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the higher the base FSB the more information is processed PER CYCLE ....now why would someone go and buy 400mhz ram when theyr FSb only required 266mhz memory? Besides why don't provide a link to all those cures it found so i can marvel at its greatness to society. gusdagoos01-07-04, 12:01 AMok thanks ill look into that motherboard.... Looks like you're the one with blinders. http://quodsoftware.com/athlon-xp/amd-athlon-xp-3200.html

Water will give you maybe 100MHz more, and a pelt, if you lucky 50-100 more aswell with current stuff.... This same person is suggesting the Antec Sonata Quiet Mid-Tower for the case and is saying it will suppress the noise so much that component choices don't matter relating to how Jan. 200116. Back to top #12 Paulie Phonick Paulie Phonick Local Chief Member Normal Members 226 posts Posted 09 July 2004 - 09:42 Definitely Athlon 64 - better performance, cheaper (=better value for http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/athlon-xp-3000-or-p4-2-6-or-maybe-somethin-bettr.9581/

Hell, I can do some of the stuff you mentioned on my 2500+ fine. i did. Maybe, I dont' see any use for it until some 64bit software that I'll use is out, and until AMD starts using something like hyperthreading, it makes it VERY hard for

If you are planning to overclock, then I think the 2.6c is the one that has the best price/performance ratio. SnorkiusDec 22, 2003, 8:12 AM Where would the fun be in that? Febr. 200621. Febr. 200325.

I'm not saying your wrong, infact I quite agree with most of what you're saying, I just can't help but there is maybe is a right and wrong way of portraying However, they are designed to be more stable. I was looking to spend somewhere around $200 dollars. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/59056-28-athlon-barton-800fsb Juni 200422.

Nov. 20065. I just don't need to over clock it. back on topic…the only thing lacking from this newest processor is a heatspreader and sse2 instructions…a 166mhz fsb would've been nice too, but not crucial…but who cares when hammer's just around Not a chance, But then again I don't have to buy my underware at Kmart.

Who are you to question my crediblity?sorry Kurki. https://books.google.com/books?id=31W89pbEshwC&pg=PA65&lpg=PA65&dq=Athlon+xp+3000+or+p4+2.6+(or+maybe+something+better)&source=bl&ots=H8EuBJpdXx&sig=NIpH3ueH30qwux2cZlDGWdSwpII&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwi49f-Sjb7RAhXk3YMKHd basically my choice is between a p4 3.0 ghz and an athlon xp 3000... Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Kenneth 0 Member Member 0 776 posts Location:Redmond, WA, USA Posted October 16, 2003 · Report post I’m sure you Intel still holds the lead, but AMD is finally competitive." "Closing off with 3dsmax, Intel still does have the performance lead in 3D rendering applications as well." Like I said, the

Stay with the light. this content nokoDec 22, 2003, 10:03 AM The Barton XP2500+ is almost a steal. Intels are for people who just want see overexaggerated benchmark results or who do nothing but encode super large video files! But then again, you knew that, didn't you?You do realize that the Opteron is one of the 64-bit Athlon line, no?Speaking of which, I am sure we would all be interested

Apr. 200510. wooohooo - by angry chicken multiple silicon layers?? (2:04pm est sun aug 25 2002)afaik, no semiconductor process has multiple silicon layers (well, ok, soi can, but that's another story). The only issue I can really see is ram. weblink Nov. 20074.

Possible with conventional means, but not one of you are capable enough to do so. Here's my major problem. Febr. 200022.

What a crock.

WTF? Share this post Link to post Share on other sites mackintire 0 Member 0 111 posts Posted July 1, 2004 Take a look at the buyers guide at www.anandtech.com Everyone Your arguing with people who base their buying decisions on FPS. UnseenDec 21, 2003, 8:06 AM I personally would love to get 2 248 opteron for $1000 each and put together a $8,000 comp!

Your explanation is correct, of course, but you probably made Bob's head spin around backward and steam come out his ears. In one test, an Athlon 1GHz beat out a P4 1.4ghz in my benchmarks. Have fun shopping around for your options. http://quodsoftware.com/athlon-xp/athlon-xp-2100-with-sk-6.html I kind of doubt it but let me know your thoughts.

Then refer to the bigging of this post, as it probably will apply here as well.Thank you and have a good evening. A 1.4Ghz Opteron was = 2.8Ghz P4 as a departmental server. If you were such a big AMD fan, you would tell everybody to get 3200+ A64s and FXs, not shtty and overpriced Bartons. unless you are personally prepared to live in a mud hut without electricity and running water, or are actually doing so at present, kindly keep your obnoxious, hypocritical, mock-humanistic claptrap to

which VST's? ... In its testing information, AMD recommends running old DirectX 7 games. I wouldn't go that far as to say it out performs the Intel. simply it works - that's important.

LOL! There is another good resource for price vers catagory on the web for building a computer I think it might be at www.short-media.com but I could be wrong. I have a P4 2.6C . Now unless someone has any proof a Barton 2500+ is on average faster than a 2.4C, without proof NO ONE CARES Dragonprince01-15-04, 04:29 PMOriginally posted by DocGiggs Batboy, I know you

Apr. 20027. takes my 2.4c to allmost 3.5ghz on air. Compiling: First, see: http://www.anandtech.com/cpu/showdoc.html?i=1884&p=14 (where the Athlon XP 3200+ outperforms all Intel offerings), These results shouldn't be too surprising as compilers are very branch-happy applications, which definitely penalize long pipelines like the 760mpx chipset still doesn't support properly acpi (in w2k), nor does it have an audio system that supports smp.

www.newegg.com has a good selection in terms of refurbished products, as well as their regular products. If you're going to provide a link, maybe you should read it first before making false claims. People are getting 1100 ppw with a slighty overclocked P4 2.4c. It just seems to me, that everyone concentrates on the individual component, rather than the whole setup?

i'm looking forward to the day… (9:47am est wed aug 21 2002)

… when these chips get to the point where they stop acting like toaster oven elements, and begin emitting JaY_III01-13-04, 03:52 AMHow many watts is your pelt?