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is an amd sempron 2500+ 64 bit better than pentium 3

Discussion in 'CPU / Motherboards' started by abhishek_sharma, Feb 12, 2006.

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  1. abhishek_sharma

    abhishek_sharma New Member

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    i have a pentium 3 cpu 1ghz with an riginal intel 815 mobo...
    i was thinking that will an amd sempron 2500+ 64 bit give better performance[i use my comp for games, multimedia designing using flash, video encoding,etc] than this present cpu i own

    if yes, then which company will be a good option for a motherboard..idont need onboard lan or video

    please help
     
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    if you are using your comp for gaming and video encoding, i recommend you to buy a better processor. amd semptron 2500+ is better than pentium 3.. but its still low end. I recommend getting atleast amd athlon 2800+ or 3000+.
    nowadays you get can good amd motherboards for cheap so i recommend getting a mid-range or high end one. try any rs-480 based motherboard. msirs480m2-il is there in this month's A-list.. try that out.
     
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    sampron is better

    but i recommend going for athlon64 2800+
    on MSI rs480m2-il

    total cost = 9k
     
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    ARE YOU KIDDING........

    it's a shame people are comparing sempron 2500+ to a pentium 3..... boy it's much better then a pentium.....3


    OMG this is making me angry.... ....... :x :x :x :x
     
  5. Dont go for Sempron
    Its similar to your Pentium.Infact your processor is faster than sempron.
    And also dont forget that AMD sempron processors have heating issues.They may burn at any time.
    If u want to upgrade your processor get pentium 4 processors.They will rock you.
     
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    Athlon should still be the choice for a Gaming Machine...
     
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    what the Fu*k is this..... hey man what are u trying to do here.... is your purpose of being here is to misguide people.......

    what is your problem...????

    i dont think this is a mistake, i dont think u acatually believe p3 is faster, i think u made this post knowingly....
    and dont know why
     
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    for gaming use amd
     
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    thanx guys get the idea...sempron/athlon will be better
     
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    Definitely Sempron is better as it has a 64bit architecture in comparison to Pentium 3 32bit architecture.
    Sempron 64 bit is defnitely useful while handling multimedia or number crunching applications.

    Regards,
    Shovik.
     
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