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|23rd June 2005, 16:05||#1|
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Athlon Dual Core: Overclocking the 4200+
Now that the Dual-Core AMD processors are starting to appear in the market, we have received many emails asking which X2 is the best value. With prices so high that is a very fair question. To shed some light on the answer we decided to take the X2 entry level $500 4200+ to the limit on our DFI nForce4 platform to see what we could really achieve with basic air cooling of the 4200+.
Opteron 165 (2) @2.85 1.42 vcore AMD Stock HSF + Chill Vent II
|24th June 2005, 11:51||#2|
Another argument for Dual-Dore.
However, all Dual-cores are over-priced, buying one would kill my budget.
At $579 it is 1/3 of the PC's entire cost, for most people.
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