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AMD Athlon XP-M 2400+
5.7 out of 10

AMD Athlon XP-M 2400+

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Cool running

John J., Newegg
28 September 2005
  • Summary: Great CPU for Quiet HTPC. Had to modify my Asus A7N8X-E MB to allow 1.35V Vcore, but now running 150 X 12.5 at 35W at 44C in a notoriously hot Antec Overture II case with a Zalman "flower" heatsink. Was even able to disconnect two of the exhaust fans from the case. Plenty fast for HTPC.
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sweet

Jackie D., Newegg
26 September 2005
  • Summary: My laptops 2200 died and i decided to try a new cpu. I replaced with this 2400 and life could not be smother. I left everything standard and its better than new. thanks to Newegg
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Cant go wrong

Anonymous, Newegg
22 September 2005
  • Summary: If you need a cool and quiet Socket A cpu, get this. At stock speed, I am running 1.3 volts for a CPU temp of 23C with a horrible HSF and an ambient of 21C. The multis are unlocked on these mobiles as well. I've only been able to get mine to 2.05 Ghz, but thats due to my mobo.
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Socket A King!

Michael L., Newegg
19 September 2005
  • Summary: Stock 1800 Mhz 266 FSB 1.35V Current 2556 Mhz 428 FSB 1.95V idles at 39'C 42% Core jump, 61% FSB Jump I literally upgraded from a 3200+, lol. Its performace is very nice and stable. Keeps cool.
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Varying Results - Part II

Darwin B., Newegg
17 September 2005
  • Summary: Anyway, the same chip, same motherboard, but a few important differences. This newer NF7-S Motherboard is running a cheapo MSI FX5200 graphics card, Windows ME and Windows98 Dual Boot, and it is also running on that old stock power supply.
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Varying Results - Part I

Darwin B., Newegg
17 September 2005
  • Summary: The Athlon XP 2400 35Watt Mobile runs differently on different era motherboards and with different video cards. The first one I got, I was truly excited, because I could do 2400Mhz or 2500Mhz and as long as I applied enough voltage, it was Prime 95 stable.
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User Review

Anonymous, Newegg
16 September 2005
  • Summary: This processor works great, I have it in a ABIT NF7-s V2 MB, set at 200x11, 1.65v. It could probably go higher? but it is working awsome like this and stays realitively cool.
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Socket A King!

Michael L., Newegg
16 September 2005
  • Summary: Current Settings.. 217 x 12 = 2604Mhz 434FSB Stock is 1800Mhz 266FSB About a 44.67% Overclock! I origionally had a 3200+ Barton and let me tell you, this overpowers it. The Barton consumes 76.8 Watts, this one 35 watts. Also, this Mobile is UNLOCKED where the 3200+ was not.
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excellent processor

Anonymous, Newegg
14 September 2005
  • Summary: this processor is awesome, it runs cool, uses little voltage and is extremely oc friendly. Currently running at 2.5ghz.
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35 Watts is a killer feature!

Joseph W., Newegg
14 August 2005
  • Summary: Review #68: I got this just this week and I love it! It runs cool as a cucumber at 150 MHz with a 12X multiplier. I'm not going to run this overclocked yet. The unlocked multiplier is something that _all_ CPUs should be required to have.
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