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    Why you should never, EVER buy AMD Duron


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    The title should be more like - why you should never, ever take the heatsink off an AMD Duron. I'd hate to see how an Athlon would respond to that.
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    LOL, that was hilarious, I don't think AMD will mind. People are saying pretty good things about the new Sempron Chip comparing it to the Celeron for entry level chips. I myself am a P4 guy, but alot of my clients when building for I recommend the Athlon series, the XP2600 Barton is a good chip if you can still find them, and for the price difference agianst the P4 you can up your video card or power supply.

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    I think that those guys were messing up with CPU trying to make it work faster, like I know people who've accelerated PII 300MHz to 500MHz and so on.
    But that whole in a table was something

 

 

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