vr-zone wrote:AMD has confirmed on the Socket M2 design and will be unveiling the Socket M2 processors in Q2 2006. Single-core Athlon 64/FX "Orleans" and Dual-core Athlon 64 X2 "Windsor" will be based on 90nm processor technology and will support DDR-II 667 memory bus, bi-directional 1GHz HT bus, Presidio Security as well Pacifica Virtualization. The Athlon 64 X2 5000+ is based on Socket "Windsor" core and is clocked at 2.667GHz (8.0 x 333.3MHz) and contains 2 x 1MB L2.
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- Legit Extremist
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very observant elik, lol. it's looking like 2K for what I want, 1500-1800 for something close. Trust me, it will be fun time when all the items are purchased, lol. for one, I'm gonna grab an X2 3800+, and OC to the point to where it surpasses the 4800+ (around 2.7 or so, gonna try to run the Asetek VapoChill Micro, which is a more condensed, cheaper version of the real thing, but works very well); later on, after the initial build, it's WC time, heheh (NB, video card, CPU, and memory if I can find the waterblock for it). UV lighting, paint, and sleeving will pervade the whole inside of the case. I plan on using the Thermaltake Tsunami Dream case and modding the solid side panel with a kick-arse design and plexi (thinking a starburst pattern, then again, I might have an Ace up my sleeve too, never know). Powering the monster will be the OCZ 600W PowerStream PSU sleeved with UV reactant sleeving and molex connectors. More details to come as I am building the system, as I will put up a fairly large thread, including the build, mods, and OC info. It will be awhile, but the wait will be worth it, trust me