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Old 05-24-2005, 01:05 AM   #1
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Default Discuss: AMD64 3200+ Venice Core

AMD has had their share of new CPU releases lately, and more are coming. Recently, they released the Venice and San Diego chips, with a 90nm core, added SSE3 support, and has superb overclocking potential. They also use less power, which means lower temps! Read on as I put the Venice 3200+ through a slew of benchmarks.



Read the review here, and then feel free to discuss it in this thread. Questions/Comments/Flames welcome also.
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