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AMD Athlon 64 3700+
6.3 out of 10

AMD Athlon 64 3700+

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Great Buy!

M. Richard, Amazon
29 October 2007
  • Summary: This is a great product that AMD has put out. I have had it for a little over a month with no problems. My last computer had a Pentium 4 and the Pentium 4 processor is not even in the same league as the AMD Athalon.
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Great Single Core Processor

Inferior, PriceGrabber
23 April 2007
  • Summary: I had this processor since December 2006 It has been over clocked since at least mid January I had it hit up to 2.8GHZ stable from the Default (Stock) speed 2.2GHZ on the heatsink and thermal pad that comes with it. No special air cooling No water cooling.
  • Pros: over clocks like a charm, stays cool,1MB L2CACHE,Cheap
  • Cons: Not a Dual Core
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10

great price, great processor

markgil, PriceGrabber
1 March 2007
  • Summary: i replaced an xp 2000 with an NF2 mobo with this and a biostar NF4 mobo. the difference in speed and performance is very noticable and the price can't be beat. i'm not into overclocking as i would rather have the 3 year warrenty. amd by far gives you the most bang for your buck.
  • Pros: socket 939, 1mb L2, very inexpensive
  • Cons: none
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10

Great Chip for the Price

Big Daddy, PriceGrabber
4 February 2007
  • Summary: I picked this chip for my first home built computer. It took a bit of digging to figure out the difference between the CF and the BN part numbers - one is Venice and this one is San Diego. I think San Diego is better because it's the basis of Athlon's FX series.
  • Pros: Price, San Diego Core, 1MB L2 Cache & 939 Socket
  • Cons: OEM fan is heavy otherwise none
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AMD 64 3700+

Kingme50, PriceGrabber
29 December 2006
  • Summary: This is my second Athlon 64 system. I have had no problems at all for over 2 years with my 3200+. Hopefully this San Diego core with will remain as reliable as my old Winchester. You can’t beat the price with this type of performance.
  • Pros: This CPU offers great speed and decent temperatures even under heavy stress.
  • Cons: I wouldn’t use the retail cooling fan.
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Athlon 64 3700+

trukhanov, PriceGrabber
11 December 2006
  • Summary: I was looking for a new processor that is good enough for my needs: internet, word processing, compilations. This processor is very good for its price. I even say that it is the best single core processor on the market.
  • Pros: fast, quit
  • Cons: it is difficult to install cooler
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Overall 10
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Nice Processor

z21218, PriceGrabber
11 October 2006
  • Summary: Bought the processor from newegg for less than 100 bucks. I was considering the Venice core with 512KB but decided to go with this one. Installed it in a Foxconn motherboard and it was very easy. Overclocked the processor to 2.53GB (Prime95 stable) without any problem.
  • Pros: 1MB L2 cache, great overclocking potential
  • Cons: none
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Great price for the Speed.

jmartinez005, PriceGrabber
1 September 2006
  • Summary: For the lower price, this is a very nice processor. You have the larger cache that the entry level dual cores do not and the speed is very comparable. All my applications and games are running smoothly.
  • Pros: It's very fast. Really not much difference from the dual core. Runs cool.
  • Cons: None.
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Great Single-Core CPU

FourScience, PriceGrabber
22 August 2006
  • Summary: With the new price on this CPU, it is possibly the best value for a single-core CPU. I used mine for high performance gaming AND video encoding, and it did very well. I replaced it with dual-core processor with a slower clock rate, the X2 3800+.
  • Pros: Fast, 1MB Cache, cool operation.
  • Cons: Eclipsed by dual-cores in some respects.
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price and performance

OpinPC, PriceGrabber
29 October 2005
  • Summary: I have built many systems with AMD processors, and everyone has been great. This processor is no exception, as it offers great performance at an excellent price. Buying a boxed processor also gives you piece of mind, because AMD warranties boxed processors for 3 years.
  • Pros: price and performance
  • Cons: none
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