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ionicism

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Can anyone explain the differences between each model of the Athlon 64 3500+ and what advantages each has? I have no idea what the differences are and don't want to choose the wrong chip... The four types are the:

ADA3500DEP4AS
ADA3500DEP4AW
ADA3500DIK4BI
ADA3500DAA4BP

Thanks.
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Can anyone explain the differences between each model of the Athlon 64 3500+ and what advantages each has?  I have no idea what the differences are and don't want to choose the wrong chip...  The four types are the:

ADA3500DEP4AS
ADA3500DEP4AW
ADA3500DIK4BI
ADA3500DAA4BP

Thanks.

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ADA3500DEP4AS = Hmm thtas a tuffy but I think its a med production update to the Newcastle core...but dont quote me on that.
Could be a 512L2 cache SledgeHammer core..will check it out.
ADA3500DEP4AW = Newcastle core
ADA3500DIK4BI = Winchester core
ADA3500DAA4BP = Venice core

The Venice is the one you want :tazz:

Updated Memory controller
SSE3 support
less power consumption
great overclocking
better silicone process
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Can anyone explain the differences between each model of the Athlon 64 3500+ and what advantages each has? I have no idea what the differences are and don't want to choose the wrong chip... The four types are the:

ADA3500DEP4AS


FYI


The ADA3500DEP4AS is a clawhammer core. :tazz:
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ADA3500DIK4BI = Winchester core 130nm
ADA3500DEP4AW = Newcastle core 90nm
ADA3500DAA4BP = Venice core 90nm and added SSE3

Edited by RogueComGeek, 15 June 2005 - 03:13 PM.

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Yeah get venice its cheaper and better than all the other amd 64 512kb cache chips. Venice is the new core and usually the same price so get that one.
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