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Thread: socket-b or socket-a




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    Hey, sorry to start a new thread so soon again but what is the better processor for overclocking or overall? Socket A's or Socket B's? Any suggestions and information would be greatly helpful. thanks -kevin

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    Read ya other thread but there's no such thing as a Socket B (yet anyway).

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    sorry to disappoint you, but there are is no socket B for processors. There is however, a socket A, which AMD uses for all their CPUs (at the moment any way)

    EDIT: darn, ya beat me wiggo :(

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    Perhaps thinking of the "A" core Thoroughbreds -vs- the "B" core Thoroughbreds? If so, then the "B" core is the best hands down.
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    hey sorry I meant b-core not socket b, I just got the words mixed up. But is the amd 2600 a tbred-b core?

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    I already answered that. :rolleyes2
    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    All XP2600+'s are Thoroughbred B cores plus all AthlonXP's are Socket A CPU's just as your motherboard is also.
    Plus I'm closin' this thread as ya other one should be enough.

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