Friday, October 5th 2007

Newegg Offers AMD Socket-AM2 Sempron 'Sparta' Edition

Part of AMD's marketing plan is to make creative, enticing names for their products. For one of their low-energy models, AMD's marketing department did a fine job creating a very memorable CPU core code-name: Sparta. For the low price of $46 shipped, you can have your very own Spartan computer part. This product offers more than an awesome name, however. The value-oriented part is built on a 65nm micro-architecture, requires only an impressive 45W of energy to run, runs at 1.9GHz with an FSB speed of 800MHz, has an L1 cache of 64KB+64KB, and an L2 cache of 256KB. Anyone hoping to own an AMD Sempron LE-1100 should follow the source link.

Source: Newegg via techPowerUp! Forums.
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17 Comments on Newegg Offers AMD Socket-AM2 Sempron 'Sparta' Edition

#1
von kain
i wander where the efialtis(his name after betrayal means nightmare)is and what is up to
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#2
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
I spy with my little eye something beginning with Gimmick
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#3
[I.R.A]_FBi
emotional appealing ... i realise most of AMD's marketing seems to be focus on emotional ppl and not rational people
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#4
suraswami
In this dual-core cpu trend why the hell does AMD even take pain to produce a Single Core. Does any one really buy single core CPU when you can get a dual for almost $20 more? If it releases Dual Core SEMPRONs it makes sense. Make the dual-core ones that doesn't fully qualify for Athlon part as Sempron just like they do for single cores.

AMD stop wasting money. Morons.
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#5
[I.R.A]_FBi
if i buying a POS processor to throw in a box this fall below teh POS bar ....
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#7
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
THIS IS SPARTA!!! ::kicks the black dude into the pit!::
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#8
ChaoticBlankness
I think I may understand the analogy here... Intel is the mighty and vast Persian Empire, and AMD is a bunch of buff Greek dudes in leather thongs! I get it, I finally understand the differences between the two!

:roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:
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#9
deekortiz3
Clearly AMD didn't see what happens to Leonidas at the end of the movie:laugh:
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#10
sam0t
Gotta give it to AMD, cool "Sparta" processor sure sounds neater than generic Core 2 Duo and must be a selling point to some younger customers :cool:

ps. Yep Leonides got the short end of the stick, but the greeks did rise up in the end. Maybe its an omen ;)
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#12
ktr
Haha, look at the first review on newegg on this cpu...
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#13
Nemesis881
by: ChaoticBlankness
Madness..? This is AMD!!!


Wow, I never realized how fake this pic looked :ohwell:. I would buy an Athlon x2 6000+ if the core name was Sparta :)
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#14
newtekie1
Semi-Retired Folder
I bet this thing overclocks like a bat out of hell!
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#16
yogurt_21
you know when you think about the "spartan lifestyle" this kinda makes sense. computers are a luxury after all.
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#17
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
by: newegg review
MADNESS?! THIS IS SPARTA!!!
Reviewed By: That_Guy on 10/5/2007

Tech Level: high - Ownership: less than 1 day
Pros: My children, gather round! No retreat, no surrender; that is Spartan law. And by Spartan law we will stand and fight... and die. A new age has begun. An age of freedom, and all will know, that 300 Spartans gave their last breaths to defend it! Also the Price.
Cons: Persians!
Other Thoughts: Um Nothing Really Overclocks Pretty well.
ROFL
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