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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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  1. jjnissanpatfan

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    amd64 3200 winny @2.8 for benchmarks 2.6 sweet spot!! 10900 3d 05
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    Where are the turions?
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  3. djbbenn New Member

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    Lancaster is the Turion.

    -Dan
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  4. Andi64 New Member

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    Opteron 146 Venus @ 3Ghz
    Athlon64 3000 Newcastle s754 @ 2.4Ghz
    Duron 800Mhz @ 850Mhz :laugh:
    Dothan 1.7Ghz
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  5. puma99dk|

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    what stepping those ur Opty's have because they can run 3ghz+ and POGE on air with what cooler and vcore???

    my AMD Opty 146 with stepping CAB2E xxxxx is stabilt 2750mhz with stock vcore and 2800mhz at 1.475v with my Zalman CNPS 9500LED and it can also run 29xxmhz but i don't know if it's stable at 1.550v :(
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    939: Opteron 144 CACJE
    754: XP Barton 2500+ 0330
    Other: Intel P3 733EB Coppermine, Intel P3-S 1.2ghz Tualatin
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  7. Andi64 New Member

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    CABYE 0540FPMW :cool:
    3Ghz 1.49V with Scythe FCS-50 :D (Just $25 :toast: )
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  8. blacktruckryder

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    Socket 754 Palermo Sempron 2600+ @ 2.2Ghz
    Socket A Barton Athlon XP 2500+ @ 2.2Ghz
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  9. MZ3692 New Member

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    I have:
    AMD Athlon 64 X2 4200+ @ 2.7Ghz
    AMD Sempron Socket A 2200+ @1.67Ghz
    AMD Duron Socket A @ 900Mhz
    Petium 4 Northwood @ 3Ghz
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  10. MZ3692 New Member

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    However I accidently only voted for one of my CPU's because I thought you were supposed to vote your most powerful one.
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  11. Assimilator

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    Current CPU: Athlon XP 2000+ Palomino. Has given me over 3 years of excellent service, apart from the fact that it tends to run rather hot (65 C even when idling). But it's getting a bit slow now, which is why I'm eagerly awaiting the arrival of those Conroes...

    Previous CPU: Pentium III 450 MHz. This was my first ever home computer, and it lasted a whole 5 years, from 1999 through 2004; during which time I pretty much replaced/upgraded everything except the CPU/motherboard. Died in October 2004 after a power surge, which is a great pity as it would've made an excellent server.

    Brother's CPU: Athlon XP 2600+ Barton. Currently running on a 333MHz FSB (integrated GeForce4 MX on my bro's mobo can't handle higher), but on my other mobo it runs as a 3200+ on a 400MHz FSB with no heat or stability problems. Excellent overclocker, very stable, should last quite a while longer.
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  12. drade

    drade

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    Smithfield 8X0 Series, How those run anyways?
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  13. IluvIntel New Member

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    I have P4 Cedar Mill 641... no category for those ?
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  14. djbbenn New Member

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    I have to update the list a little.

    -Dan

    Edit: Cedar Mill series has been added.

    -Dan
    Last edited: Apr 22, 2006
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  15. RaptorSmurf New Member

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    i have a 3200 newcastle S754 @ 2.695 ( it flat out refuses to do 2.7 )
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    close enough those 5MHZ aren't gonna be noticible at all.
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  17. moon_t New Member

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    Athlon 64 x2 Manchester 3800+@Stock, Athlon 64 SanDiego 3700+@2.4gig,
    and I'm not sure if the Sempron 64 2600+ counts as a processor :) but I'll include it anyway.
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    940 x 2 Opteron 244
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  19. karolpl2004

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    axp 3000+ at 2.3Ghz...

    dont laugh at me... :eek:
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    xylomn New Member

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    Athlon 64 3400+ (Newcastle)

    I also live in Newcastle upon Tyne :roll:
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  21. Boneface

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    amd 64 2800+ s754 Clawhammer (1.8 OCed to 2.20-1.525Vcore) on air
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    I have a new CPU but its not listed, only been out on market since January this year.
    Intel Presler 9xx series. Mine is 930 model. :)
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    My latest workstation system makeup (new to your forums) of 2 I have...

    ====================================================================
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    HARDWARE SIDE (main parts listed 1-8):
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    1.) AMD Athlon 64 x2 4800+ Dual Core CPU (1mb L2 cache per core = 2mb total) o/c'd by ASUS AI Booster software + BIOS 10% maxed out & stable

    2.) ASUS A8N-SLI Premium motherboard (love this sucker):

    (Mobo has PCI-Express 16x/4x/1x w/ PCI-X slots ontop of the normal 3 PCI ones - The real
    "plus" part of this mobo is that it allows SLI-ing the GeForce too one day w/ yet another GeForce 7900 GTX OC by BFG no doubt one day here AND, the fact it has an x4 PCI-E slot, to max the throughput of the 128mb caching + onboard I/O processor based RAID controller I have now!)

    3.) 512mb PC-3200 DDR by Corsair

    4.) NVidia GeForce 7900 GTX OC by BFG (512mb GDDR3 RAM, x16/x8 PCI Express SLI-able type video card) - this sucker FLIES!

    (Even opposed to the AGP 8x GeForce 6800 GT OC by BFG also I have in my SQLServer/2nd machine here)

    5.) Dual Western Digital Raptor X 10,000rpm 150gb SATA 2 16mb buffers onboard each harddrives in RAID 0 (for RAID 0 via very special, high-end disk RAID I/O controller listed next)

    6.) Promise Technologies SuperTrak EX8350 PCI-Express x4 slot (128mb RAM onboard of ECC type) Caching SATA HDD Controller (with Intel IOP333 XScale I/O SubProcessor (to offload CPU and manage RAID functions AND other I/O))

    INTERESTING PART, THAT LAST ONE: Here is its technical readout:

    http://www.promise.com/product/product_detail_eng.asp?segment=RAID 5 HBAs&product_id=156

    7.) SONY DvD Dual ( + - ) Format RW DRU-810a double-sided capable burner unit

    8.) CENATEK RocketDrive 2gb Solid-State PCI RamDrive card

    (1gb partition for pagefile FIRST, w/ 1gb second partition for: temp ops of apps and OS (like services logs + system eventlogs placements via registry hacks and app internal settings via reg hacks, gui options, or ini file edits), logging by apps + OS, AND webpage cache placements... plus, for running SETI@Home 2 from as well)

    * The CENATEK RocketDrive Solid-State 2gb Ramdisk is where the I avoid std. SATA/ATA-IDE/EIDE (or even UltraScSi disks) weakness of mechanical head movement slowdown vs. running in RAM and to have the FASTEST possible access to files (especially for writes/seeks)!

    I.E. - 1000x faster than mechanical HDDs have here, because of no moving parts and read/write head movements latency.

    (E.G. - The slowdown/bottleneck inherent to std. harddisks is not a problem on one of these units on file seeks and accesses (since there is NO moving parts), and it has its own backing powersupply, retaining state of the data on its partitions between reboots of the system as well)

    Again, also the FASTEST possible access/seek times is possible using ramdisks (of ANY kind, not just solid-state disks but also software based ramdisks), and even vs. the fastest std. HDDs out there from the most modern of the SATA/EIDE or UltraScSi camps - 10,000 rpm AND 15,000 rpm disks of any kind, notwithstanding, the solid-state rocketdrive outperforms them hands down... I did a product review for CENATEK which is featured on their front page of their site in fact, showing this very comparison.

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    SOFTWARE + OS OPTIMIZATION SIDE:
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    ** Running on Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition SP #1 + FULLY patched/hotfixed updated AND fully tuned (per the settings in this URL for both security AND speed) to-the-max for performance in either area:

    APK Internet Speed and Security Tuneup:
    ==============================================

    http://www.avatar.demon.nl/APK.html

    and

    APK Local System Speed Tuneup:
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    http://www.avatar.demon.nl/APKTuneup.html

    ====================================================================

    :)

    * This monster cost me a great deal, but it was worth every penny... the speeds @ which it renders Doom III &/or Quake 4 SMP? Unbelieveable...

    This is opposed to my other rig, that is an Intel P4 3.2ghz, 512mb PC-3200 RAM, & a GeForce 6800 GT OC by BFG on AGP 8x (still in use here as a SQLServer 2005/IIS6.x development box & 2nd node on LAN for gaming)!

    APK

    P.S.=> Glad to have joined your forums, this is my FIRST posting. Very active forums here by the by, many attendees round-the-clock it seems, which is great! I also like all the options this forums boards have, many more than stock/oem models... lol, even the forums board here is "overclocked"... cool! apk
    Last edited: May 16, 2006
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  24. Stellungsfestiger New Member

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    i haven't got a very good processor but it is enough.. i have a 462 amd sempron 2800+
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  25. Stellungsfestiger New Member

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    and in my notebook i have an intel pentium 4 3,06ghz
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