Summary: I bought a xp2600+ 2.13ghz chip, so i'm not sure why they want me to wright this review. That being said, it is the fastest 266mhz chip you can get, so if your old mobo supports it, get it. It raised my WEI on the processor from 2.6 to 3.4(my old chip was a xp2000+).
Summary: I've had almost no problems with this product, the temp of the proc is stable and the system in general runs okay, I do not have alot of extras on my computer though, I run Windows Server 2003 on it and have had a stable system from day one.
Pros: Fast, Cheap, reliable
Cons: Does not work with every single piece of software, some require a intel based chipset
Summary: Installation was simple and successful by following the excellent illustrated guide that was included in the box. Everything went smoothly and it is working well. The 2700+ was priced at around $100, which was lower than the Athlon or Sempron 2400, 2500 or 2600, so this is a bargain. The benchmarks show that it beats a 2.6 P4 and it is priced about the same as a 2.4 Celeron, so the price performance is hard to beat right now.
Pros: Complete package with installation instructions, heat sink and fan. Great price performance
Summary: This is just another great product from AMD. I have been using AMD products since the "K-5" days. Now with the advent of the 64 bit technology I suspect that I'll be adding that product to the stable of solid performers that I have used over the past 20 yrs. This is a GREAT product! way to GO... AMD!
Summary: I have two of these in my systems, and they are the best CPUs I've owned to date.I previously had an 1800 Palimino,a 2100 t-bred,and a 2400 t-bred. These 2700xps not only have the better default speed, but seem to have a higher end,as far as overclocking,also
Summary: Ich habe mir vor ca. 2 Jahren diesen Prozessor zugelegt und muss sagen, dass er mir bis vor einem halben jahr noch sehr gute und treue Dienste geleistet hat. Es war nie ein Problem die neusten Spiele mit hohen Details und hoher Auflösung (1280x1024) zu spielen. Auch in anderen Testberichten kann man sehen, das der 2700+ nur knapp langsamer als ein 3200+ arbeitet.