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http://alexrushing.com/cpulogo/badge_p4pht.gif 4 12.12%
http://alexrushing.com/cpulogo/badge_p3p.gif 0 0%
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http://alexrushing.com/cpulogo/amdxp.gif 15 45.45%
http://alexrushing.com/cpulogo/athlon64_logo_86x942.gif 14 42.42%
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Old 6th October, 2004, 11:47 PM
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LOL, the P4 got twice as many votes as I expected..
Woot! P4(cuz I got one)
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Old 7th October, 2004, 12:49 AM
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I like both P4s and XPs. No exp. yet with the 64s or the Socket Ls, but I'm sure they rock too I'm just really impressed with my XPs that I've worked with.
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Old 7th October, 2004, 04:00 AM
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XPs are still nice for the price, but I am loyal to Intel, but I do own a 2400XP, and a 1.3GHz t-bred.
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didnt i post here already?
did my post get deleted?

A64 all the way!!
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Old 7th October, 2004, 02:44 PM
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I'll always have fond memorys for my klamoth PII 233 which most heroically ventured forth to the hights of 350 and served me well until a most unfortunate end during a lapping process *sigh*
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Old 7th October, 2004, 08:37 PM
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lol, they sell old P2 400MHZs for like $5 here
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i like my amd processor as there r easyer to move the gold pins back if u have a bent one!!!!! it's or most impossble to bend the pins back on a p4 i'v got a p4 3.2 and a AMD 3200XP (RUNS @2.2) the 3200xp starts up windowsxp befor the 3.2 and the p4 is 800fsb the amd is only 400fsb!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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the comp in your sig? do both have raptors by any chance?
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Quote:
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i like my amd processor as there r easyer to move the gold pins back if u have a bent one!!!!! it's or most impossble to bend the pins back on a p4 i'v got a p4 3.2 and a AMD 3200XP (RUNS @2.2) the 3200xp starts up windowsxp befor the 3.2 and the p4 is 800fsb the amd is only 400fsb!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I thaught we already explained this to you?
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had to be my p60 back in 95 as it gave me very little in the way of upgradability could have picked up a p66 :O or a damn pricey overdrive chip, not to mention it had all the flexability of a packard bell machine

it had 8Mb of ram soldered on to the mainboard and another 8Mb in the slots

still with a 4MB d3d mystique it owned! £215 when they first came out ;O lucky i didnt pay for the card
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