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AMD Chip question

SkazzyUK

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#2
When talking that much money, I would say yea it is worth it..

That is : 6.03795 GBP

Definately worth £6 of anyones money, and I think the 2200 is better OC'er

Skazz
 

Taurus

hardware monkey
#3
2100+ = 1733mhz
2200+ = 1800mhz
difference = 66mhz (3.846%)

not totally worth it. but if you're going to overlclock, it would be worth finding out what cores the 2100+ and 2200+ will be.
 
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Plexapotamus

Guest
#4
Yep, make sure you don't get a stupid crap palomino like I did.

Its a 2000+ (1667 stock) and its not stable at anything higher than 1812

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I hate it.
 
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PeterGee1

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#9
Originally posted by Plexapotamus
Yep, make sure you don't get a stupid crap palomino like I did.

Its a 2000+ (1667 stock) and its not stable at anything higher than 1812

I hate it.
Same here. See specs below. I can't get mine over an FSB of 141 :eek: TbredB was released a week after I bought my proc I believe (of course at that time I'd never heard of a Palomino either :D )
 

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