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Why 2200+ & 2800+ in both model 8 & model 10 Sempron?
There is 1500 (2200+) and a 2000 (2800+) in the Sempron model 8 range.
There is 1500 (2200+) and a 2000 (2800+) in the Sempron model 10
looks like overlap model nos, but possilby no overlap in *availabile*
anywya, i found
The Sempron comes in 3 varieties, on the desktop there are Socket A and
Socket 754 models. On the Mobile side there are Sempronís based on
Socket 754. Our Sempron review sample is a Socket A 2800+ clocked at
2Ghz where as a Thoroughbred Athlon XP was 2800+ clocked at 2.2ghz. The
Sempron FSB is running at 166MHz (333 MHz effective) as the Thoroughbred
also did and really, thatís all you need to know about the CPU"
ie, they didn't test the newer semp/sock 754
i'm guessing the older (sock a) semp runs hotter than the socket 754
and then there the mobile cpus....
here's someone's chart. not sure how up to date
notice teh semp 3100 (in hte blue table cells) has different socket and
if you figure it out, post pls
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