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Topic Title: 3500 (512) VS 4000 (1MB)
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Created On: 09/15/2005 01:42 AM
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 09/15/2005 01:42 AM
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I work in Flash, Photoshop, 3d apps, and video editing. I currently have a 3500, but Im wondering if the extra 512 cache that the 4000 chip has will be noticable.
I have a feeling it won't be noticable but I could be wrong.

Im looking at the 64 X2 4400 1mb, but [content edited], 560 bucks.

Any advise will be awesome, thanks.
 09/15/2005 04:12 AM
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Hey,from what i heard it does make a difference in encoding & 3d apps.
refer to this,might give you some help :
4000+ vs X2 3800+' ">
I'd personally go for the 4000+, but thats just me.

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