Summary: Now Now , I know you might think my definition and usage of the word PC is irrelevant with respect to this particular product. I know a PC depends on other factors but as far as speed and performance goes this is the best processor I've used.I'm not an engineer but I cant tell you that this Athlon...
Summary: I am not a very experienced computer user, so a friend of mine set up my entire system. I cannot believe the speed of my machine. I have great video and dvd burning speeds, unlike the old IBM machine I was using before.
Summary: This is a very fast processor that sells at a bargain price. The only difficulty I had was with the installation, which had me nervous because this was my first athlon and I have heard people say that they are very tricky to install.
Summary: The AMD AthlonXP 2600+ very easy to install, but I'm disappointed with locked 11.5× multiplier with PC2700 DDR SDRAM giving 1.91GHz instead of the expected 2.08GHz. I'm using an Epox EP-8K3A+ mo-bo.
Pros: Good value for money (£50 + VAT). Powerful. c/w AMD heatsink and good multi-lingual installation instructions.
Cons: Getting it out of the plastic box. Locked multiplier.
Excerpt: THis processor is the 2800+ model, which runs at 2.08Ghz. I was always a fan of AMD but when I started to really learn the differences between them and their Intel competition I started to LOVE them. I currently have this CPU running on my main PC, which I prefer to the Athlon 64 3000+ I also have.
Excerpt: This product is the nerve center of your computer. Your processor or CPU (Central Processing Unit) controls how your computer 'talks' to other devices connected to it. The CPU is also responsible for transmitting data through your PC and working out mathematical operations. What can I say?
Pros: Stable, fast, easy to install and value for money
Excerpt: After searching around for a new processor for my computer, and seeking recomendations from various computer shops, i was given two choices: 1/ AMD Athlon XP 2/ Intel Pentium 4 Owing to the fact that Intels Pentium 4 2.0ghz was roughly twice the price of the Athlon XP 2600 2.08Ghz, I opted for AMD`s...
Pros: Fast 333mhz bus speed, Easy to install, Cheaper than other brands .