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AdvantagesGood value for money, Can take a lot of stress, doesn't warm us as much as other processors

DisadvantagesNot a very high Clock speed

...programs, video editing, much much more. Over all the Sempron is quick on its heals, Stays good and cool, and from all the AMD's and Pentiums I have used in the past (K6, K6-2, Atholon, P1, P2, P3, P4, P4HT, Celeron), this is the best processor I have come across. With its value for money, good performance, and good clock speed, I recommend this processor for them that need a processor that does...

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Advantages Incredibly cheap, reliable CPU

DisadvantagesFSB+Cache could be better

...for your new chip will also make life much easier when the AMD X2 prices come down in the future, if you are planning to upgrade. Although the FSB and cache aren't amazing, it wouldn't really be a cheap processor if they were, so I can't really complain about that. If you're looking for a cheap, reliable CPU. Wether you're on a budget, or want something until the X2 prices come down, a Sempron...

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“AMD Sempron 2500”

published 18/08/2005

Advantagescheap, reliable, clockable

Disadvantagesstlii quite slow

...General I have had my processor for about 8 months now and it has never given me any problems. It takes quite a lot of stick from me and handles it no problem. It requires a socket A motherboard and will run at a fsb (front side bus) speed of 333Mhz along with compatible DDR memory (i.e. pc2700) Performance This will run at approx 1.75Ghz at a bus speed of 166Mhz (333Mhz) and has...

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