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rumble291

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Hi, I was wondering would it be worth it to ugrade from a AMD Athlon XP 2400+ to a AMD Athlon 64 3200+?
If so what would be the differences?

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Kurt
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Speed would be a biggy, you woud need a motherboard upgrade though, and if you are going to get a PCI-E mobo (which is advisable) you would need a new gfx card.

Unfortunately because of the different sockets it can often mean a while new pc more or less.
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Yeah im getting the ASRock SATA2 if I get a new processor which has AGP and a slower PCI-E.

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Kurt
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