AMD Athlon 3200 AM2 difference v AMD 3500 AM2

  Giggle n' Bits 12:56 04 Aug 2006
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This is bugging me, does anyone know the difference between the AMD Athlon AM2 3200 & AMD Atlhon AM2 3500 as I see they are both 2.0Ghz, 512k L2 cache but there is around £10 more for the 3500 is there a hidden con ? or somthing that really makes a difference for the price increase for the 3500

Looking to buy one for a new build but confused

  johndrew 14:07 04 Aug 2006

I went to the AMD site and did a search for `AM2 Socket` processors
click here but there are no 3200 or 3500 items listed.

Are you getting confused between the FX range an 64 range?

  Giggle n' Bits 14:10 04 Aug 2006

its a bit of a puzzle hey, must be a reason because of the prices. No doubt someone can help us further.

Thanks again Johndrew.

  malgall 14:38 04 Aug 2006

i believe 3200 and 3500 amd pros are old format not am2
but sempron 3200 and 3500 are am2

as for advice get the fastest you can afford

  Giggle n' Bits 01:25 05 Aug 2006

they are AM2 socket Athlon 64bit 3200 & 3500 they are not semprons.

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