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Thread: Alienware Now Using Amd64-fx Cpus

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    wow, building a computer yourself is still better and cheaper


    I am so surprised.


    Hopefully, athlon XP's and p4's should price drop crazy.


    Edit:
    And their using Geforce FX's *lol*

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    Here you go get the low down on this chip.
    AMD Athlon 64 FX-51
    Suffering from a wet dream, no it's just me I had to pee.

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    AMD's new parts share the following specifications.


    Approximately 105.9 million transistors
    130nm SOI process technology
    193mm2 die size
    1MB L2 cache (128KB L1 cache)

    Computing in AMD's 64-bit environment offers several benefits.


    Support for 32-bit/64-bit operating systems
    Simultaneous multitasking of 32-bit/64-bit applications
    Address up to one terabyte (TB) of system RAM
    SSE2 instruction set (matching Pentium 4)

    supports 1 terrabyte RAM

    feck!

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    And why the hell arent they making 1 TB hard drives yet...

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    Originally posted by RGX@24 September 2003 - 10:41
    AMD's new parts share the following specifications.


    Approximately 105.9 million transistors
    130nm SOI process technology
    193mm2 die size
    1MB L2 cache (128KB L1 cache)

    Computing in AMD's 64-bit environment offers several benefits.


    Support for 32-bit/64-bit operating systems
    Simultaneous multitasking of 32-bit/64-bit applications
    Address up to one terabyte (TB) of system RAM
    SSE2 instruction set (matching Pentium 4)

    supports 1 terrabyte RAM

    feck!
    How come they don't know exactly how many transistors are in this chip?
    Oh boy, a terabyte of RAM.
    I'm sure that's cheap...
    "I am the one who knocks."- Heisenberg

  7. Software & Hardware   -   #7
    1 terrabyte RAM,I think this is more aimed at server use or something.
    I remember when I bought my first 8-meg fpm chip,it was $159.
    Last 512meg dim was $59.
    "Specs"
    CPU:High,some say I'm a legend in My own mind.
    Update! Overclocked - Achieved Demi God statis.
    Ram:If she's ready, so am I.
    Hard drive:Ready for access,larger than average.
    Bus speed:Not as fast as My truck.

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