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I have read about brisbane oc thread but all about 3600+

How about 4400+ is it any good??

Which would you suggest Brisbane 4400+ L2 2x512 or Windsor 5200+ L2 2x1024?

Need advice n thanks.
 

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id go with the 5200+ just becase of the 2mb l2 catch
 
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Well actually I really love to get my hand on one of the Bris 3600+,

But my friend offer me these 2 proc (44 n 52) at rather lower price
but no 3600


I have been planning to get 5200+ before, but after reading about brisbane oc potential... well I need more advice again


Dorsal n comp, guys u both use 4400+ brisbane right?
Is it any good?
N thanks so much.
 

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If you have a good overclocking motherboard for it I would go with the 4400+ Brisbane. It is a fantastic overclocker and at it maximum overclock will most likely be beyond the maximum overclock of the Windsor. I am also assuming it is probably cheaper.
 
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The review I just read on the Abit KN9 Ultra seemed very positive and with the fairly high multiplier on the 4400+ you should get some good overclocking results. The review said that the KN9 Ultra could hit 250+ FSB with ease which 250x11.5=2.875 ghz and you can probably get the FSB a bit higher than that.
 
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I just did some reading on you mobo myself and found the same as Malaziel. Looks like your mobo maxes out in the 250-265 range, so the 11.5 multi on the 4400 would be best. But I also see in your system specs your running at 2.6 on your current CPU. Why do you want another
 

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I just did some reading on you mobo myself and found the same as Malaziel. Looks like your mobo maxes out in the 250-265 range, so the 11.5 multi on the 4400 would be best. But I also see in your system specs your running at 2.6 on your current CPU. Why do you want another

Well it's not that I want another, but my brother needs new build, so I'm thinking of buying a cheap w ob VGA AM2 mobo for him and give my 4600+ "IF" I can get better one


I have already asked about 5200+ and L2 Cache in another thread, but when I read about brisbane, I reconsider buying 5200+ or 4400+ (which is currently available)

So that's why n thanks for reading it for me
 

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Get the Brisbane. I love mine to death, and I got 3 GHz stable on stock cooling
 
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Brisbane. Try the 4400+ though. Maybe the higher multiplier will help by not making your FSB work so hard.

The only Windsor I'd rather have than any Brisbane is the 6000+
 
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Thx guys..

Btw, I try to get to http://www.c627627.com/AMD/AthlonXP/ to find about AMD opn to tell which is bris n which is winds, but seem broken or maybe my browser.. dunno

So I go to AMD main page

OPN AD*****DD (65nm) with G1 stepping, are they brisbane??

OPN AD*****CS/U/Z (90nm) with F2/3 stepping, are they windsor??

sorry can't tell the difference, really...

can anybody help??

Thx
 

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A lot of places will tell you what core the processor is before you buy it. You can just look directly on the IHS and it should tell you what need to know to find out. Are you buying the 4400+ from a friend or online?
 

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If it's 90nm it's either Windsor or Santa And (Or is it Santa Rosa)

If it's 65nm, it's Brisbane.
 

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If it's 90nm it's either Windsor or Santa And (Or is it Santa Rosa)

If it's 65nm, it's Brisbane.

Ya, the 65nm one should be Brisbane.
 
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