Originally Posted by Mr. LL
Man that just went down in price didn't it? The other FX CPU's are several hundred dollars.
What would be the main benifit of the FX-62 over the 64 X2 6000? The 6000 is actually faster but I'm sure the FX CPU has some major benifits over the x2 but I don't know the details.
Also, NewEgg says it has 64 bit support but you can still install a 32 bit OS using the FX-62 CPU right?
The FX series is like the extreme editions. They have the unlocked multipliers. Wheres the X2 6000+, doesn't. That about the only advantage, which isn't much of an advantage, IMO.
All current CPUs now are 64-bit capable, and can all run 32-bit OS and applications.