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    Energy Efficent or SFF AMD X2 Chips?

    Hi.

    Does anybody know where I can procure the EE (65W TDP) or SFF ( 35W TDP) versions of the AMD X2 3800+ processors?

    Looking for it to build a small always on server system.

    Cheers!

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    Have they been released yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel
    Have they been released yet?
    Supposedly.

    Unfortunatley it would also appear that the SFF (35W) units have been scrapped as too expensive in an attempt to reduce costs to compete with intel conroe

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    When were they released then? I don't remember the announcement.

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    it was on HKEPC but I dunno if they are released in UK yet... probably won't tbh... I bet these oc well :S
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExceededGoku
    I bet these oc well :S
    Not quite.

    http://www.amdzone.com/modules.php?o...tid=257&page=1

    I can't even find the EE versions on ebay :/

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