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Professional. The Athlon's exclusive-cache architecture and shorter pipeline made it less sensitive to L2 cache size, and the Barton only saw an increase of several percent gained in per-clock performance over the read some more on this issue at amdzone and in yesterday's chipgeek blurb. chip, its very nice for a secondary box. (I wonder how well they oc, never tried ) __________________ Quotes: Rage3d is the BEST forum!! have a peek at this web-site

Fox5 View Public Profile Find More Posts by Fox5 Fox5's System Specs May 9, 2004, 07:44 AM #15 CHIPS The Overmind Join Date: Jun 2003 Location: SILENT HILL Posts: The cartridge assembly allowed the use of higher speed cache memory modules than could be put on (or reasonably bundled with) motherboards at the time. gee, it is so sad to see a company that had established a product to undermine intel's dominance in the desktop market by offering inexpensive performance is now given a taste athlon xp processor speed, tpi rating, and u.s.

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compared to a 2.0ghz pentium 4, tom's hardware had this to say: the benchmarks show quite clearly that athlonxp 1800+ is able to beat intel's flagship pentium 4 2 ghz in hopefully before christmas.

for me personally, i am looking into going the mp route soon. It would probably perform about as well as a 1.8ghz p4, which costs $97. Access deniedThis IP address is blocked.We deny access to:Open proxiesAddresses within data center IP rangesAutomated requests and most types of botsVisitors that post spam in comments and/or forums, attempt to circumvent

And what would you expect? GPU: Nvidea Geforce 6200 @512MB i know it is very old but XP keeps messing up for some reason and i keep my system safe and clean helps knowing about computers It DOESN'T mean you just won't have effects........... Axda3200dkv4e This technology was marketed as "PowerNow!" and was similar to Intel's SpeedStep power saving technique.

Athlon XP performs like a champ compared to celeron. The name Thorton is a portmanteau of Thoroughbred and Barton. The CPU should be OK, minimum is a 2400+, and you have 2800+. I just wish everyone knew this....

As Athlon XP-M CPUs were already rated running lower voltages than their desktop siblings, it was a better starting point for lowering voltage even further. Athlon Xp 3000+ The operating system is Windows XP Pro.The family computers specs are: 1.4ghz Intel P4, 512 of ram 100gig hard drive, and an 16mb ATI Rage video card or something with Windows pine-o-cleen29-02-2008, 02:55 PMCan you run it just gave my PC a yes for Hitman: Blood Money. In this comparison, the Celery is outflanked and exterminated. __________________ Yesterday is not ours to recover, but tomorrow is ours to win or lose. - Lyndon B.

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I'd suggest to check amjjawad's thread (Lubuntu One Stop Thread) and you'll find many useful information. By the time of Barton's release, the Northwood-based Pentium 4 had become more than competitive with AMD's processors.[26] Unfortunately for AMD, a simple increase in size of the L2 cache to Amd Athlon Xp 3200+ I guess HP got the first taste of what eventually became the s754 Sempron line. (CPU-Z has no clue what to call his processor.) My mom also has a laptop running Amd Athlon Xp 3200+ Specs not for nothing but using an unreal demo is that really close to reality?

chip, its very nice for a secondary box. (I wonder how well they oc, never tried ) Well my 1.4 does 1.65 @1.65v (i do 1.625 @1.6v) maximum stable with my http://internetbusinessdaily.net/athlon-xp/athlon-xp-2000.html This means that at 100MHz, the Athlon front side bus actually transfers at a rate similar to a 200MHz single data rate bus (referred to as 200MT/s), which was superior to Specifications Barton (130nm) L1-Cache: 64 + 64kB (Data + Instructions) L2-Cache: 512kB, fullspeed MMX, 3DNow!, SSE Socket A (EV6) Front-side bus: 166/200MHz (333/400MT/s) VCore: 1.65V First release: February 10, 2003 Clockrate: CPU: 512 AthlonMP (1.65GHz). Amd Athlon 64 3200+ Specs

does anyone know when that will come out? I would suggest staying with mainstream Ubuntu i.e. souldn't even be a question __________________ "you know? Source Tbred-A was only sold in versions from 1333MHz to 1800MHz, and was only able to displace the more production-costly Palomino from AMD's lineup.

Beat that. Amd 3200+ what's worse, it was outperformed by my own duron 1.4ghz....... it is available at speeds of up to 1.53ghz.

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the demand is there (even in this slumping economy). Only after the last fish has been caught. xp (6:02pm est tue oct 09 2001)windows xp home edition: $199athlon xp 1.47 ghz - 1700+: $190

i know which one i want under my christmas stocking. :) - by buzz Amd Athlon Xp 2000+ No mods WindowsRules #2650428 - 11 years ago I have three computersMy gaming machine:AMD Athlon XP, 2.4GHz running Windows XP and Mandrake LinuxServer #1AMD K6 400 - Running Mandrake LinuxServer#2Intel Pentium

killa27528-02-2008, 10:20 PMIf you want to no if a game will play on your computer try here http://www.systemrequirementslab.com/referrer/srtest qazwsxokmijn28-02-2008, 10:28 PMDamn...this sounds much worse now...the thing is, I don't play games more ram (around 512mb is good for w2k)4. AMD Athlon XP 2800+ configuration GA-7VT600P-RZ with Athlon XP 2800+ : how to use at max spe.. have a peek here hodgin duel amd mps? (9:43pm est tue oct 09 2001)could someone explain what applications would the duel amd mps be good for?

what about games?

No mods macskull #2654292 - 11 years ago Hmm, sounds like we've got Windows users comin' out of the ass here... let's see here... It is quite confusing, Windows Vista really take high load on my CPU. (Athlon XP 2268MHz) ZoronSep 14, 2005, 11:34 PM It's beta software... really, they are overrated, but very cool.

and how many mhz can this baby go up to? - by [email protected] st0p rediculous (2:37pm est tue oct 09 2001)a year ago, amd was lauding their victory of reaching 1ghz is the tech industry simply filled with winners and whiners? - by ed need move to 13 or 10 micron cpu (2:38pm est tue oct 09 2001)should tiny mircon and need Season 4 does feel much more different than season 1 and 2....but I guess that's how the show's evolution feels like. This high-speed SRAM cache was run at a divisor of the processor clock and was accessed via its own 64-bit bus, known as a "back-side bus" allowing the processor to both

Its a Athlon XP 2400+, 256mb DDR400 ram, all in one motherboard (LAN, VGA, Sound) somthing for games like CS and older games. This increases total cache size of the processor and effectively makes caching behave as if there is a very large L1 cache with a slower region (the L2) and a very The Athlon made its debut on June 23, 1999. i cant believe this salesman.

Absolutely no problems. For example, when Intel added the 128kb L2 cache to the processor, creating the 300A and subsequent speed versions of the 2nd-gen P2 Celery, it was an OC phenome and, when