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Topic Title: Athlon k7 Semprons
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Created On: 09/14/2004 03:11 AM
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 09/14/2004 03:11 AM
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Sempron ####+ 939

Sempron 3100+ 754

Sempron 2800+ A
Sempron 2600+ A
Sempron 2500+ A
Sempron 2400+ A
Sempron 2300+ A
Sempron 2200+ A

Will they go up to 3200?

I think I'm going to scrap the A64 upgrade and just get a new MB to support my SATA drives waiting around in my new case.

It'll cost me $50.00 right now.

Then maybe in a few months get something higher then a 2400+ XP

Spending about $150.00 Total over a few months.

Then I'll worry about upgrading to 64 later, but when I do, my current systme will still be a great Back-up PC.

What I'm curiosu about though, is how high with the Sempron go, or have they covered them all for socket A?
 09/15/2004 06:42 PM
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There's still plenty of time for the socket A platform...

I'm not all that keen on the 754, 939 & 940 platforms yet.

Socket A is a mature platform, while the newer ones are still in their infancy...

Bleeding edge will be junk in 12-18 months anyway...

Just my $0.02


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