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Old 02-21-2006, 01:36 AM   #1
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Default Sempron 64 VS Celeron D???

Now, I've often wondered, which is the better gaming processor? The Sempron 64 seems nice, because it has the 64-bit capabilities, but the Celey's higher frequency and L2 cache make it seem a better performer when it comes to games. I've personally used both processors, which they both, in my opinion, suck. So, which is better?
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Old 02-21-2006, 02:02 AM   #2
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They both suck
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Default Re: Sempron 64 VS Celeron D???

they both arn't that good but the Celeron D sounds better to me
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Default Re: Sempron 64 VS Celeron D???

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They both suck
when you are on a very limited budget, you'd be extremely suprised how good they are.

They are both reduced in price, which fully justifies why they are less powerful.

I've had better luck with semprons than Celeron D's, but as kev implies, you're better off with a somewhat more expensive amd64 or intel p4.
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Default Re: Sempron 64 VS Celeron D???

Well, I'm buying an Athelon 64 X2 here in June once the AM2 comes out on the Sixth, so yeah. I was just curious, because there's a lot of different type of Semprons and Celerons out there. Which is the best for gaming? I'd say the Sempron 64 4000+. The Celeron D just isn't anything compared to it.
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The Celeron D just isn't anything compared to it.
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Default Re: Sempron 64 VS Celeron D???

those are basic budget processors, but I would go with the AMD
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