CPU Buyers' Guide updated

Check the updated version.

This was a hasty update, plus my mouse was dead, so there may be many errors in this updated version. If you see any anomaly, please post here about that.

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  1. Nice to see some stickies which are actually kept up-to-date.

    Thanks.

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  2. Great job once again.
    A quick question though, doesn't intel call there x86/64 EM64T? I know I like to call it EMTy64.
  3. yeah, Intel calls it EM64T. I'll have to make corrections to the guide.

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  4. Thanks for the update!

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  5. Danke! :smile:

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  6. its sort of funny that the Athlon XP is among the non recommended cpu's, yet you recommend it for home office use ?

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  7. They're still good enough for people who never upgrade and use maninly word/excel. Otherwise nowdays AXPs aren't worth buying for a new system

    I'll use "the cheapest cpu" instead of AXP for that category.

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    <P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by Spitfire_x86 on 03/11/05 09:02 PM.</EM></FONT></P>
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