Discussion in 'CPUs' started by Zephyrus, 2 Feb 2006.
Am i right in thinking it will be the 3700 San Diego? (partly due to overclockability)
Yes you are right, it would off been an Opteron 146 but that is MIA
There's a 146 on the MM here at the mo for £160. (i have no affiliation with the seller in any way..yada yada yada
They seem to crop up quite often just now and if you dont mind paying more than the true retail price, but less than the £200 you specify then they are worth the cash.
Does anyone know if we will ever see new Opteron 146's
Cheers for the offer Sepulchre but i'm happy with my 144 and was trying to confirm what i thought for someone else before giving the wrong advice
To be honest I would fork out the extra £20 for a Dual Core. It will offer a multitude of oppertunity for future applications over a single core (A64 or Opteron UP). One reason why I sold my Opteron, shame though, as 3.0Ghz is pretty darn quick as the new buyer will be finding out tomorrow when it arrives .
The difference is bigger than £20, isn't it, a SD 3700+ is £159.74 and a X2 3800+ is £211.44
my x2 3.8 was 200 was on special offer last week
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