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Old 21st August 2006, 10:28   #1
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AMD AM2 4200+ Vs. AMD 939 4200+

It’s that time again folks. That’s right, AMD has finally, after many setbacks, released their new socket type. Titled AM2, which uses 940 pins, AMD has used this as the opportunity to move up to newer, and cheaper, DDR2 memory. AMD has long been the underdog in the processor business, but in recent years, especially with their last release of processors, it has come out on top. Having a very strong lineup behind it, this left us with high expectations for this new line of processors
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