If u don't have the greatest ram and want to OC get the 3200+, If u do have good ram u can go with the 3000+ but then again why buy the good ram if u are gonna cheap out on your cpu
. I think the 3200+ is the sweet spot for AMD for price/function/ocability. Allthough u can get about the same speed with the 3000+ u will have to push your ram 11% harder then with the 3200+ (9x compared to 10x multi)
I have NEVER been more pleased with a processor in my entire life than I am with this 3000+ Winnie that I'm running. I have a great set of surrounding components that have let me sky rocket this sucker to 4000+ speeds with aircooling.
3200 if u have leser ram as than higher fsb will help u out (hey the multis down locked ne way) or the 3000 if u have v good high fsb ram!- (its more likley that the 3200 wil be a better piece of silicon and so may have higher oc potential)
Thx for reply guys. I'll go for a 3200+ I think coz I got 2x512 MB Infineon DDR-400 CL2.5 and thats not really good mem. Probably I'll buy a Antec PSU and an ABit NF7 this month for my lil xp-m and blast him to hell first!
Whats the fastest xp-m superpi time here? Anyway. I'll look for myself...
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