fx 53 for games or applications

  audigy 22:42 05 Jan 2006

is fx 53 primarily for gaming or for both???

  SG Atlantis® 22:51 05 Jan 2006

read the discription click here

It will be more than capable of top end gaming, so it will handle anything you throw at it.

Just make sure you get a really good graphics card and ram to compliment it.

  007al 22:55 05 Jan 2006

Are you looking at buying one?If so,how much?

  audigy 23:23 05 Jan 2006

am looking to buy a processor from the athlon family
need one for applications dont do anygames tho

  audigy 23:25 05 Jan 2006

sg atlantis

but is it any good for running applications

  007al 23:30 05 Jan 2006

How much are you looking to spend?
For top end theres the 3800 or 4000.Or you can go for a dual core.
Im using an Opteron 146 on socket 939 for a gaming system.Its overclcoked to 2.8 on air cooling and can go higher.They cost a lot less than the 64`s but are hard to get hold of at the moment

  audigy 23:37 05 Jan 2006

looking to spend around 300pounds,i want it to uild pc

  audigy 23:39 05 Jan 2006

just a thought does amd provide warranty on oem processors

  007al 23:39 05 Jan 2006

For tour needs,this would do the job i think click here

  007al 23:40 05 Jan 2006

I think oem have one year,retail three(i think)

  007al 23:46 05 Jan 2006

For price of single core click here
the 3700 is a great price.Both the san diego cpu`s have 1Mb l2 cache

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