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Excellent

Advantages64-bit future proofed, speedy, excellent value for money

DisadvantagesDual core AMD 64 CPUS are faster... but hey it would make this CPU cheaper so it's not all bad!

...wanted an Intel CPU. AMD on the other hand chose a different path and had their CPUs run at lower clock speed frequencies i.e. 2.2GHz. This enabled it to run a lot cooler (around 45 degrees Celsius at full load), use a lot less power, and enabled feasible overclocking (that is running a CPU faster than it is intended to be run at) even with the provided heatsink and fan in the retail box. They...

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Excellent

Advantages Dual Core, Low power usage* and Fast!

Disadvantages Motherboards can be costly for this!

...core pentium however they are very similar but pentiums can be twice the price for the same spec AMD! In comparison to my old computer (old old p4 1.9Ghz with 1gb ram) this processor helps to wipe the floor with my old computer. The dual core feature means that in comparison i can listen to music, run an anti-virus scan, spyware and adware scan and play Hitman: Blood Money at the same time...

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Excellent

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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