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Old 04-15-2007, 05:58 AM   #11
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It is the 2000+ i have been looking at them on ebay, would it be worth my while in getting one then?. im only on 1.54ghz, so is it worth it, if they perform like you said as good as a 2.2ghz i think it might be., how difficult is it to change the processor?
go for the highest you can get , if you can get a 2400 for the price you are willing to pay get that i am lookig for a 2400+ as that is the highest polamino core i think , make sure your mobo can support 266mhz bus speed , if it can support higher you may want to get an even higher processor like the barton core which have 333mhz bus
i was just saying the 2000+ performs very well http://tomshardware.co.uk/2002/01/07/pentium_4/ look here , in quite a few tasks the 2000+ out performs both the 2ghz p4 and in some the 2.2ghz p4
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go for the highest you can get , if you can get a 2400 for the price you are willing to pay get that i am lookig for a 2400+ as that is the highest polamino core i think , make sure your mobo can support 266mhz bus speed , if it can support higher you may want to get an even higher processor like the barton core which have 333mhz bus
i was just saying the 2000+ performs very well http://tomshardware.co.uk/2002/01/07/pentium_4/ look here , in quite a few tasks the 2000+ out performs both the 2ghz p4 and in some the 2.2ghz p4
The V266B motherboard is design for use AMD Athlon XP/Duron/Athlon 200MHz /266MHz (Double Data Rate) Front Side Bus Frequency CPU, which utilize the Socket-A design and the memory size expandable to 2.0GB
YES it does run at 266mhz so i shoul be ok to get a 2400 but will my power box still hold that?
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Old 04-15-2007, 03:13 PM   #13
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The V266B motherboard is design for use AMD Athlon XP/Duron/Athlon 200MHz /266MHz (Double Data Rate) Front Side Bus Frequency CPU, which utilize the Socket-A design and the memory size expandable to 2.0GB
YES it does run at 266mhz so i shoul be ok to get a 2400 but will my power box still hold that?
yeah it should , i have a 250w with my 2000+
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