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2500k is absolutely a winner. And I'm shocked that they didn't list 960T phenom, its really nice little 125$ cpu that has chance to unlock to 6 cores.
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I knew getting a 2100 for $99 for my brothers upgrade from a 5200+ X2 was the right choice, and my 750 is still faster than AMD's offerings.
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Originally Posted by Steak House View Post
^^^ I'm sure the AMD Fanboy Brigade will point out how wrong Tom's is...
Obviously, the Athlon II 440 is definitely better than a 455!
Oh, they aren't in stock anymore (Actually surprised me, I thought all Athlon CPUs couldn't go over 3.6GHz on air without errors, so a 455 couldn't overclock any better than a 440/etc.)
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