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Topic Title: [WRONG FORUM] Sempron and 939 Motherboards?
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Created On: 02/11/2005 04:16 PM
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 02/11/2005 04:16 PM
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newfies
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Hi All,

I'm looking at putting together a system with the Sempron and then later, popping in the latest 64fx chip. Naturally, I'm looking at a 939 board.

Does anyone know if the Sempron is out already or will be out in the 939 pin set/form factor?

Thanks,
Craig
 02/11/2005 04:31 PM
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Chromemagnum
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I don't think semprons will ever be made for 939.

The sempron 3100+ is 754 so you could go there then upgrade to Athlon64 that way.

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 02/11/2005 04:36 PM
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The cheaper Socket 939 Processor is the Athlon 64 3000+ (The Socket 939 version, obiously ). There are rumors that AMD will make a Sempron 3200+ for Socket 939 but the last information about it was that it will be available as an OEM version only (For example, the Athlon 64 3300+ that some Hewell Packet computers got). Don't waste your time and go with that Athlon 64 that is already quite cheap and fast, and I suggest you wait until the Athlon 64 FX-57 (San Diego Core probabily) or a Dual Core Processor before upgrade again.
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