Athlon 64 3800+ with 939 pins reviewed @ X86-Secret

@ 2004/05/24
FRENCH SITE X86 Secrets said it has reviewed an Athlon 64 which uses the famous 939 pins everyone has waited for, for a while.
The 939 pin version of the Athlon 64 is supposed to launch at Computex next week.

Comment from jmke @ 2004/05/25
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Comment from calantak @ 2004/05/25
well... I'm curious what the big sites will say.
Comment from jmke @ 2004/05/25
from the link in 1st post

The 939 pin version of the Athlon 64 is supposed to launch at Computex next week
Comment from calantak @ 2004/05/25
does anybody know an official release date of these platforms?
Comment from jmke @ 2004/05/25
I think a P3-500 will do over 4 with a Mach II GT

for the mobo question, answer lies here I think:

Comment from calantak @ 2004/05/25
my mach2 gt.
still about a month, and then i'll first see what the 3.0 does.
if that ones goes over 4, I won't be upgrading

are these mobo's that were used socket 939 mobos?
Comment from jmke @ 2004/05/25
what are you waiting for DOC?
Comment from calantak @ 2004/05/25
what to think of this...

we see in gaming environments, the only reason for us mere mortals to buy these incessantly expensive machines, the advantage at the same speeds of the athlon socket 754 xp 3400+ over the socket 939 3500+. it seems the double cache wins out on the double channel at the same clockspeed...
quite an interesting thing...

we see the 3800+ having some advantage just due to its clockspeed. but as it will probably not overclock any further then a socket 754 xp3400+, it seems like a waste of money to go this way.

THE hot item is still a socket 754 a64 3200+ on some nice cooling