Moved to A64 General info & specs since the Socket 754 Semprons are based on the same architecture minus 64-bit capability and some cache...also, they use the same Socket 754 motherboards as the Athlon 64 processors QUOTE
Please check this setup for any problems.
Nothing wrong with it as far as i can tell.
Do make sure you get a decent powersupply, tho - it should be able to provide atleast 18A on the +12V rail
Also, make sure to update your motherboards' BIOS to the latest version to ensure your Sempron will be recognized properly.QUOTE
What is the difference between DDR400 and PC3200?
There is no difference whatsoever - it's two names for exactly the same thing.
Over time, the PCxxxx naming scheme which denotes your memory's maximum theoretical bandwidth in MB/s has become more popular...probably because the numbers look 'bigger' QUOTE
Windows XP Professional worth it (I have Home Edition and Professional on two of my laptops and both seem exactly the same to me)?
Unless you need to connect to some larger networks(like at work or university for example) i don't think WinXP Pro would be much of an advantage over the home version, but that's just my own personal opinion...QUOTE
Lastly, where can I find an AMD Sempron 3100+ and I need a specific website?
You could get one from newegg
' ">http://www.newegg.com/app/view...s&CMP=OTC-pr1c3grabb3r or monarch
' ">http://www.monarchcomputer.com...tegory_Code=amdsempron for example.
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