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Excellent

AdvantagesSo many...stability, overclocks insanely & most bang for the buck.

DisadvantagesNone except that Intel C2Ds now yields better performance.

...the Opteron 165 have one other feature that it´s entry level X2 siblings are a bit short of & thats probably why its so fast in so many applications & benchmarks that i have runned curious yet? its the doubled L2 cache (2x1MB) FYI I´m currently running this gem @ 2.7GHz (that´s a good 900Mhz OC) & the temp is so low compared to my former AMD A64 3200+ (Venice) around 15 degrees celsius lower...

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Excellent

AdvantagesHighly overclockable, will eat, chew and spit out anything! PRICE!!!!

Disadvantagesits milli seconds slower than the I7! so no disadvantages at all!!!

...x4 when it comes out of the box... ok, so for many times as much you can have Pentiums I7 with more oomph and quicker! but the AMD comes into its own when you decide to overclock the already beastly device! i have read in bench tests it has peaked at 5Ghz! but definitely not recommended! i think 3.5-4Ghz is a safe bet, for standard cooling and pre-set voltages..... but that is still a whopping 14...

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Excellent

Advantages Fast, 3D NOW! technology, Cheap

Disadvantages None

...***ORIGINAL OPINION*** Last summer I decided that I wanted to upgrade my Pentium 1 233, as it was very slow, what was I to buy on my limited budget of 300? After looking around I decided on the AMD K6 3 450 MHz. It was half the price of the Intel Pentium 3 450, and looked just as good, from looking at tests on the Internet. So for my £300 I got a PC case, motherboard, ram and the AMD...

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