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    Sempron's in shuttles

    quick question. can all existing shuttles that take AMD XP cpu's take Sempron's ?

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    Yup built a couple of them with semps now

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    what are they like for heat/noise compared to the XP ?

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    Not much difference that I noticed, tho I dont worry about heat as a rule , the machines I built have been used in gaming and office use and I've not had a crash yet (top of the range semp x800 etc in a sn45 was the highest spec one I built)

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    • Apex's system
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    iirc the skt a semprons are renamed xp chips ?



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    Yeah though I think they have some changes to them ??

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    All your chips and there cores used.....

    http://www.anandtech.com/cpuchipsets...spx?i=2178&p=2

    usefull guide

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    • Apex's system
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    Ta

    mm they seem a slittle crippeld



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