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Sempron 3000+, Sempron 3200+ or Celeron 420

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Which should be better for light and not so light gaming

Total: 12 votes (4 blank votes)

  • Sempron 3000+ 1.6 Ghz 384 Kb HT 1600 Mhz
  • 13 %
  • Sempron 3200+ 1.8 Ghz 256 Kb HT 1600 Mhz
  • 38 %
  • Celeron 420 1.6 Ghz 512 Kb L2 FSB 800 Mhz
  • 50 %
July 28, 2007 11:40:14 PM

I know, I know why pick this 3, because I have to buy 12 of them, so it is a budget/performance choice, ultra low budget.

Sempron 3000+ 43.31 USD
Sempron 3200+ 45.14 USD
Celeron 420 60.00 USD

Thank you :) 
July 28, 2007 11:56:02 PM

the celeron would be better than either of the semprons, but none of those are going to be great for gaming, no matter how you look at it (at least not without some serious overclocking)

also where were you looking for those prices, on they are much cheaper than you have listed.
July 29, 2007 12:03:41 AM

Is likely for a workplace so im sure he wont be looking for gaming quality.

Although, on you can get a cheap dual core for that price.

It would outperform those prossessors you have listed quite easily, and comes in at $65.

Its a better choice, if you're open to it :) 

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July 29, 2007 12:06:31 AM

well, on the poll he did put "Which should be better for light and not so light gaming"

July 29, 2007 12:22:56 AM

Ahhh go look at the CPU charts the semprons are better than the celeron any day of the week. I say go for the dual core AM2 for $65.00.
July 29, 2007 12:49:43 AM

Im assuming that the celeron 420 would be better because it is a Conroe core and NOT an old netburst POS.

Although yes, if you have the funds, go for a cheap dual core, it would beat out any of these processors you have listed here, and be more worth the money spent on it.
July 29, 2007 1:48:22 AM

Why do they still even sell celerons and semprons, pentiums and athlon x2 are gonna be the best value for anything in the near future
July 29, 2007 2:50:42 AM

I vote E2140 for $75 :)