I'm confused. I've been researching about this processor. I found this one forum where one person had a question about his HP: http://forums.amd.com/lofiversion/index.php/t47586.html
I will quote OC DETECTIVE on this.
He/she states, "The Compaq/HP 3300+ A64 is actually a 3400+ Newcastle but with only 256KB of L2 cache. However it should be 2.4Ghz not 1.8Ghz.
As you say it is running at 1.8Ghz I suspect what you have is a 512Kb L2 cache version of the socket 754 Sempron 3100+ (1.8Ghz) or more likely the 939 version of the Sempron 3100+ with 256Kb of L2 cache but dual channel. If you could download WCPUID and run it for us we could easily tell you which one it was and if it is not running at its intended frequency (if it was the A64). Could also be an XP-M but then it would have to be a laptop not a pc."
So, what's the difference between this and a 3200+? It still says this is a Sempron in EVEREST, and I know that's totally different from an Athlon 64 -- at least, I think it is. lol Oh yeah, thanks for your reply, ownage.