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AMD Athlon 64 3800 box S939 512Kb 3.8GHz 0.512MB L2 Box processor

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Long product name AMD Athlon 64 3800 box S939 512Kb 3.8GHz 0.512MB L2 Box processor :
The short editorial description of AMD Athlon 64 3800 box S939 512Kb 3.8GHz 0.512MB L2 Box processor

Athlon 64 3800 box S939 512Kb Venice Core
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Short summary description AMD Athlon 64 3800 box S939 512Kb 3.8GHz 0.512MB L2 Box processor:
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AMD Athlon 64 3800 box S939 512Kb, AMD Athlon, 3.8 GHz, Socket 939, 90 nm, 0.512 MB, L2
Long summary description AMD Athlon 64 3800 box S939 512Kb 3.8GHz 0.512MB L2 Box processor :

AMD Athlon 64 3800 box S939 512Kb. Processor family: AMD Athlon, Processor frequency: 3.8 GHz, Processor socket: Socket 939. L1 cache: 0.125 MB

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Reviews
Updated:
2011-07-30
Testseek has collected 14 expert reviews for AMD Athlon 64 3800 box S939 512Kb and the average expert rating is 77 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
77%
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firingsquad.com
Updated:
2011-07-30
The monarch caterpillar is a stunning blend of black, white, and yellow color that devours milkweed for a couple of weeks before disappearing into a chrysalis. There’s no doubt that the little insect is beautiful in its own right, but the butterfly...
90%
sharkyextreme.com
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2011-07-30
AMD has been riding a wave of success since the introduction of the Socket 939 platform and the resultant boom to both processor sales and performance. This has put Intel back on their heels and allowed the Athlon 64 line to assume a position of domin...
Good Cooler 90nm Core, Potential Overclocking Headroom, SSE3, Enhanced Memory Controller...
Bad Slight Price Premium, BIOS Compatibility Needs to Catch up...
Bottom line The AMD transition from Athlon 64 130nm to 90nm cores has been a success, and not only does the new Venice core offer lower operating temperatures and potentially higher clock speeds, but it also has core enhancements that provide slightly higher perf...
90%
pcstats.com
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2011-07-30
The Athlon64 3800+ marks the point when AMD transitioned from a 754-pin package to 939 pins.
88%
techpowerup.com
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2011-07-30
AMD has released a new revision of their Athlon64 S939, the code name is Venice. Venice is produced in 90nm, has 512KB Cache and is clocked betwen 1.8 GHz and 2.4 GHz. We test it against the Winchster and two Pentium4 systems.
Good Overclockability, Performance, SSE3...
Bad Price, Heat transfer between CPU and cooler (Heatspreader), Memory Controller not improved...
Bottom line The AMD Athlon64 3800+ with Venice core is geared towards performance hungry people, mostly gamers, which have the money. Overclockers will love the Venice. SSE3 makes a small difference, but the difference is so small, that upgrading from Wincehster t...
83%
bayreviews.com
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2011-07-30
The beginning of last week, one of my clients asked me to build a system that was fast but did not cost a lot. The only processor came to...
80%
techwarelabs.com
Updated:
2011-07-30
AMD Socket 939 3800+ Review by Jason Jacobs on 7/19/04Processor Provided by AMD AMD My first experience with AMD was a few years ago, when I moved from an Intel Pentium 2 500 to an AMD Thunderbird 1ghz. I had read all the reviews and "done my homework...
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neoseeker.com
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2011-07-30
It has been just over six months since AMD first rolled out its first 90nm processors with the Winchester core which promised cooler running chips and a greater number of processors on each wafer. The success of this transition is apparent today as AM...
Bottom line From a performance stand point, the changes between the Venice and the Winchester are not earth shattering. There are definite changes to the memory controller as seen in the SiSoft Sandra and Rightmark Memory Analyzer benchmarks; latency favors the V...
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hothardware.com
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2011-07-30
Although desktop dual-core processors from AMD are on the horizon, engineers there are still hard at work refining their single-core processor designs. The latest revision to the Athlon 64 core, internally code named "Venice", recently made it way onto th...
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Computerpoweruser.com
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2011-07-30
AMD Athlon 64 3800+ EE/SS & Athlon 64 4600+ EE The wattage gap between gaming and standard desktop PCs is widening. Multiple video cards, ultra-speedy CPUs, watercooling equipment, and sometimes bragging rights send gamers in search of 1,000W PSUs, whi...
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tbreak.com
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2011-07-30
The Athlon64 CPU was one of AMDs most important products and, for good reasons, it has been quite successful since its launch late last year. At that time, AMD released the Socket 940 based AthlonFX CPU as well as the Socket 754 based Athlon64 CPU. Th...
Bottom line The biggest advantage of these new CPUs from AMD is that they utilize the dual memory channel and don’t need registered memory modules. Speed differences are 200MHz higher from the previous models while we were successfully able to overclock the FX5...
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hardwareheaven.com
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2011-07-30
At Computex today AMD are launching the newest members of their Athlon family, the Athlon64 3800+ and along with it a FX53 with a twist. As its launch day we have both of the processors in for review, we have spent some considerable time running tests...
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amdzone.com
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2011-07-30
Ive posted our initial tests of the low power Athlon 64 X2 3800+ and 4600+ using 35 and 65 watts respectively. We have some overclocking, and wattage figures. Back in late May when AMD released Socket AM2 with the flagship FX62 it also released a numb...
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