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Thread: AMD equivelant to p4 2.4ghz c




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    What about would be an AMD equivalent to a p4 2.4 ghz c.

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    Ya'd be lookin' at the Athlon64 line especially if that 2.4C is overclocked.

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    Yeah, i am building a new system for my mom and 1,000 is about the roof of my budget. Thanx for telling me. I guess the P4C800-E Deluxe would be a good MOBO?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaos
    Yeah, i am building a new system for my mom and 1,000 is about the roof of my budget. Thanx for telling me. I guess the P4C800-E Deluxe would be a good MOBO?
    yeah, althought the P4P800 Deluxe would be just fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaos
    What about would be an AMD equivalent to a p4 2.4 ghz c.
    Stock or what?

    I'd say a 2800+ Barton performs about on par to a 2.4c when both are stock.

    Overclocked to their limits on air they are still pretty close but the AMD can't keep up with the Intel. Barton at 2.5Ghz is about equal to a P4 at 3.3Ghz. And some will go higher than this, up to 3.6-3.7 on air.

    Until you go A64....then an A64 at 2.5Ghz is equal to a P4 at 4.0Ghz...

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    Yeah at stock speeds, but I wasn't looking at Barton. I will have to see how pricy those are.

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    All 2500+'s are Bartons, as well as 2700+?,2800+,3000+, and 3200+

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    YEah i was tired i just meant the 400mhz bus, not the Barton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaos
    YEah i was tired i just meant the 400mhz bus, not the Barton.
    The 400mhz bus is the Barton...

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    just go to toms hardware and find the latest CPU comparrison... that will tell you exactly whats what...
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