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who has 65w athlon 64 x2's??

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by scott0999, Jul 26, 2006.

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  1. scott0999

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    I'm wanting to get an athlon 64 x2 4200+, the 65W one. anyone know somewhere that has them in stock? I'm only finding the 89W ones. thanks
     
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    The only ones I know of are the 89 watt and the 110 watt.
     
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    http://www.amdcompare.com/us-en/desktop/

    They do have them. Must be the AM2 series which I am not familiar with......yet.;)

    Get the model number from the processor in the quick referance I posted and go by that. :D If you find the part number that matches, you are in luck.

    The OEM part number. ADO4200IAA5CU

    The PIB part number. ADO4200CUBOX

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    so I looked around found alot of sites have wattage specs mixed up. after comparing the real specs from the amd site vs other sites I found out the 65W ones are consideribly more expensive...so unfortunately im going with the 89W after all :(
     
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    And thats to be expected as it's new.. In a yr from now , those price will be 40% less..as they'll have newer and faster products come down the pipeline..:) 89W not that bad either..
     
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