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What CPU do you have? Vote!

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by djbbenn, Jan 1, 2006.

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What CPU do you have?

  1. 939 - San Diego Athlon Series

    6.3%
  2. 939 - Venice Athlon Series

    8.0%
  3. 939 - Venus Opteron Series

    2.0%
  4. 939 - Denmark Opteron X2 Series

    3.1%
  5. 939 - Toledo Athlon X2 Series

    6.7%
  6. 939 - Machester Athlon X2 Series

    5.4%
  7. 939 - Winchester Athlon Series

    2.3%
  8. 939 - NewCastle Athlon Series

    1.0%
  9. 939 - ClawHammer Athlon Series

    0.7%
  10. 754 - ClawHammer Athlon Series

    2.1%
  11. 754 - NewCastle Athlon Series

    1.9%
  12. 754 - Lancaster Athlon Series

    0.3%
  13. 754 - Newark Athlon Series

    0.1%
  14. 754 - Palermo Sempron Series

    1.4%
  15. 754 - Paris Sempron Series

    0.2%
  16. 754 - Albany Sempron Series

    0.1%
  17. 754 - Venice Athlon Series

    1.1%
  18. 462 - Barton XP/XP-M Series

    6.0%
  19. 462 - Thoroughbred XP Series

    2.8%
  20. AM2 - Windsor Athlon Series

    13.8%
  21. AM2 - Orleans Athlon Series

    1.7%
  22. AM2 - Manila Athlon Series

    0.7%
  23. Place holder - you vote, I'll ban you :)

    2.2%
  24. Place holder - ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    1.3%
  25. 478 - Gallatin EE Series

    0.5%
  26. 478 - Prescott E Series

    5.2%
  27. 478 - Northwood A/B/C/M Series

    6.8%
  28. 478 - Northwood Celeron Series

    2.5%
  29. 479 - Banias Mobile Series

    0.4%
  30. 479 - Dothan Mobile Series

    1.6%
  31. 479 - Yonah Mobile Series

    0.8%
  32. 479 - Merom Mobile Series

    1.3%
  33. Place holder - don't vote or I'll hunt you down :)

    1.7%
  34. 604 - Gallatin Xeon Series

    0.1%
  35. 604 - Prestonia Xeon Series

    0.5%
  36. 604 - Nocona Xeon Series

    0.1%
  37. 604 - Irwindale Xeon Series

    0.1%
  38. 771 - Xeon 5000/5100 Sequence (Dempsey/WoodCrest)

    0.3%
  39. 775 - Presler 9X0/9X5 Series

    3.1%
  40. 775 - Smithfield 8X0 Series

    2.5%
  41. 775 - Gallatin EE Series

    0.1%
  42. 775 - Cedar Mill 6X1 Series

    0.6%
  43. 775 - Prescott 6X0 Series

    2.7%
  44. 775 - Prescott 5X0 Series

    3.7%
  45. 775 - Prescott Celeron D Series

    1.5%
  46. 775 - Conroe EX Series

    2.0%
  47. 775 - Conroe Series

    19.9%
  48. 775 - Allendale Series

    5.4%
  49. 775 - Kentsfield Series

    13.6%
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    e8200 Wolfdale (not in the list) @ 3.2ghz atm (400 x 8)

    30c under load.
     
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    Where the Heka is Heka?
     
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    What? where did you get that?:wtf:
     
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    Phenom II X3 use the Heka core :)
     
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    I think it's time to retire this thread. It is over three years old :eek:
     
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    Ahh, AMDs and Intels, name their cores with funny names:laugh:
     
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    E8400 wolfdale stepping A revision E0 reporting in!
     
  8. elite.ire Guest

    i7 920 here... ohh no wait :s, maybe not :D lol
    i think it may be time to update the poll, get rid of some of the old unpopular cpus :)
     
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    AMD Deneb aka Phenom II x4 940 Black Edition, stepping 2 revision RB-C2.

    It's time to update the poll.
     
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    Where is the placeholder for my i7 975 D0? :X
     
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    X2 5600 Brisbane here.....
     
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    x2 5000 brisbane here, but it stays it last days in my rig... a 955 for replacement is on the way
     
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    freaksavior To infinity ... and beyond!

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    T8300, Q8300, E7300, i7 920
     
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    This thread/poll is so old and outdated there's almost no reason to post/vote anymore. I've gone through many processors since I voted in this poll a year or two ago. Not to mention it doesn't even have all 775 or am2 processors, let alone totally new sockets.
     
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    we may need a new then?^^
     
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    But a new one will only grow outdated as well, esp. since there are many of us who change hardware like socks
     
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    I forgot the codename but my desktop is using a Pentium 4 2.66GHz, an "antique" since 2004
     
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    something like a self updating vote list...^^
     
  19. DreamSeller Guest

    can the moderators or w1zz edit/update the thread ?
     
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    woah! an antique! get it^^

    joke, i had that jewel too^^
     
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    just bought a AMD x4 955 BE Deneb
     
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    I have an 80808, a shit load of Pentium ones, pros, III's and 4's. A couple of Durons... the list goes on. I can take pictures tomorrow.
     
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    I love your avatar wazzledoozle, rofl
     
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    in my gaming rig a good old e8600 on water at 4.33 ghz 1.3v will boot at 5ghz but not windows stable and i cant be fruited getting it stable.
     
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    4.33 is still quite fast that way it is, lol
     

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