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    AMD Athlon 64 3200 , VIA K8T800, nForce3 150

    "It's far too early to say which chipset complements the Athlon 64 better. What's clear is that AMD has risen to a new performance plane with the Athlon 64. Multiplier unlocking (AMD permitting) and the ability to toggle DRAM timings are two of the features we're looking for in subsequent BIOS revisions. All in all, we're pleasantly surprised by the Athlon 64's performance, and we have been receptive to VIA's K8T800 design. The nForce3 150, though, seems to be a little barren by comparison. That's not an observation that's normally directed at NVIDIA. Our initial examination of the Athlon 64 reveals great promise. EPoX and Shuttle have both done well to market boards so quickly. We'll reserve our judgment of the K8T800 and nForce3 150 until a few more examples have passed through the labs. EPoX and VIA has the upper hand so far, though. Effortlessly smooth at 2.3GHz / DDR460."
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    GAWD....my brain just melted....

    anyone lese losing the plot on WHICH chip has what?

    Lots of power.....its all we need to know

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    Athlon 64 is defo fast, its just all the pins, and Operteron/Athlon FX needing ECC etc, tad confusing imo.

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    Very nice, i just want to know what the hell Nvidia are playing at removing the APU
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    And by trying to force me to like small pants, they've alienated me.

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    And me...why no proper sound ?

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    hi

    there were to much cpu's released at once which simply confused most of us (me included) and not enough choice of motherboards

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