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Old 03-25-2005, 04:50 AM   #1 (permalink)
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okay so i went to go look at how amd cpu's run there ghz compared to the number in front of it. so i'm looking and i figure that 2800 is 1.8 ghz. 3000 is 2.0 ghz...well i stumbled across a 3000 clocked at 1.8 ghz...what gives?
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Possibly a differnet core, or are you mixing up Athlon XP's and Athlon 64's
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i'm not mixing up the 64's with the xp's. i think you may be right by diff core.
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You are mixing up 754 3000+ which is 2000Mhz to a 939 3000+ which is 1800Mhz....Both the same in the end...939 actully faster because of dual channel ram, improved core, does more per Mhz ect.
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MasterJason, your sig is too long
anyway, that's correct. the socket 754 3000+'s run at higher frequencies to the socket 939 3000+'s because socket 939 has better technologies, and mkes it faster
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ahhhh well thanks guys...that helps what about the 4000+ running at 2.4? is that a core issue then?
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Bingo, theres your answer
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No...4000+ Running @ 2.4Ghz is normal..Why is it an issue?
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sorry, posted just a bit too late
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MasterJason, your sig is too long
anyway, that's correct. the socket 754 3000+'s run at higher frequencies to the socket 939 3000+'s because socket 939 has better technologies, and mkes it faster
What's the max length of my sig? Sorry if it's too long...ill change it just don't take it down
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