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plus nby then am3 should be out and there may be some competition for the conroe (maybe)
AM3 eh?

whats the buzz on that. Im gonna "Digg" it.

It'll be expensive though wont it?
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Nothin on Digg. so anyone got info???
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i dont have to much info but there is some info on the site here (just forgot where)

basically its amds 65nm process utilizing ddr3 ram but is suppose to be able to be used on am2 mobos and ddr2 but thats about all i know right now
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i dont have to much info but there is some info on the site here (just forgot where)

basically its amds 65nm process utilizing ddr3 ram but is suppose to be able to be used on am2 mobos and ddr2 but thats about all i know right now
Alright. What info have you on DDR3?
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And its gonna be expensive as hell right?
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not much, all i know is thats what is used in videocards, and i asume at first itll be expensive (as usuall) but i imagine not much more then ddr2 unless ram prices keep going up
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AM3's a long way off. 65nm is what's coming really soon. But it is just a cpu shrink, no performance increase (unless they oc better which i doubt). There is a new version of AMD stuff, K8L, that should come out sometime in the middle of next year, it will have a significant performance increase and be compatible with AM2.
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I c well i guess I wont wait for it but and go with what ive decided

Hey is the X2 4400+ L2-2mb the same as the X2 4800+ L2-2mb?
I think its obvious why I ask.
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