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Athlon XP SFF

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July 5, 2002 12:11:36 PM

http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/story.html?id=1025602160
I think most users (like me :) ) needs quieter computer, instead of faster; I can't wait to try the new cpu without a fan; ha what do you think?

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July 5, 2002 2:04:43 PM

I could just imagine the OCing capability. Maybe it will become the next OCer for its price.

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July 5, 2002 2:19:31 PM

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Interesting how the A7V266 supports it but not the A7V333.

Sounds strange to me, given it's a Palmino core but AMD claims that it is no longer producing any .18 micron chips. Are they just relabling chips to lower speeds? Or is this just smoke?

If this came out on the 2nd, why hasn't THG and the register gotten any news of this?

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July 5, 2002 6:22:08 PM

Actually the website that initially announced AMD demoing a 2.2GHZ Tbred or PR2800 chip, had mentioned something about a low power AthlonXP. I wonder why this isn't used in current chips as well, though I guess they would have to strip it up to get higher speeds. Still I feel a powerful OCing here, I mean 1.45V and below!!!

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July 5, 2002 7:41:40 PM

Why is there no announcement of it on the AMD site either?

It makes no sense Eden. I don't think it's real.

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July 5, 2002 7:48:53 PM

Yeah I guess you have a point. We'll just have to wait and see...

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