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    Which of AMD 64 +4000 Series Names Is Best?

    The Sandiago, Clawhammer, etc.

    Which of those is the best, I would guess the newest is the best with best core temp etc. But IDK which one is even the newest

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koshy
    Which of AMD 64 +4000 Series Names Is Best?

    The Sandiago, Clawhammer, etc.

    Which of those is the best, I would guess the newest is the best with best core temp etc. But IDK which one is even the newest
    Sandiego core is the best (and newest?). it's got great overclocking potential due to the fact that they are binned better.

    although the new 939 opterons are nice as well and are worth keeping an eye out for.
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    Thanks, Anyone else have an opinion on this subject?

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    Same here, i use an AMD 64 3700+ with San Diego Core and its really nice. 2,2 Ghz and 1 MB L2 Cache great performance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mystique
    Same here, i use an AMD 64 3700+ with San Diego Core and its really nice. 2,2 Ghz and 1 MB L2 Cache great performance.
    ^^ that's actually quoted to be the sweet spot
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    my 3700 arrives soon together with my DFI Ultra D (rubbing
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    The Best is MSI K8N Diamond (or any other new Product) with MSI GeForce 7800 GTX and AMD San Diego Core.

    MSI Products habve a nice Feature called D.O.T (Dynamic Overclocking Technology) which Overclocks GFX and CPU to the best and only what needed is for games

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    If you want to buy a new computer, wait since spring 2006 and buy the socket M2 (supports DDR2)

    I think that a 4000+ isn't really necessary. A 3500+ is really good, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sabrehawk
    my 3700 arrives soon together with my DFI Ultra D (rubbing
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    lol i get a 3700 too and a DFI UT nF4 Ultra-D
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    i wouldn't buy a 4000+ yet...coz i dun think the price is worth it...i'm usin' dfi nforce4 ultra d, 1g ocz, and a s939 3000+ (venice) i was able to get my 3000+ runnin' smooth @2.6gh and 3000+ is only like wut...150ish cnd rite now???

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