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Review: Slight speed pump for the Athlons
As usualy our benchmark parcours for referneces.
Slight speed pump for the Athlons
Before we render a conclusion, let's have a look at the overall benchmark results
We are not very fond of the 100/133MHz increases of any manufacture on any CPU
even when games are sadly not optimzied on the AMD platform
We are not very fond of the 100/133MHz increases of any manufacture on any CPU. It's quite senseless to increase the frequency so little in the 3GHz age, because it does not make much difference, besides the money the companies will cash it for.
A potent graphics-card will always be more crucial for good framerates then a faster CPU.
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