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June 15, 2006, 3:27 am
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Recently there have been dramatic price drops for the AMD Athlon 64
However, there is the old ADA3500AS Clawhammer version, and it is
still selling close to $200.00. The newer 3500 venice core is close to
Does anybody know why this old version, which is running at higher
temperature, is selling substantially higher compared to the new venus
Re: 3500 Venice and 3500 clawhammer price difference, why?
On Thu, 15 Jun 2006 11:17:20 +0200, "Heinrich"
If you browse through the CPU section at Newegg.com the prices are
really weird. I've seen refurb stuff sitting at prices higher than
the new stuff. Don't know who checks their webpages, but he's not
doing a bang up job.
I picked up one of the 2.4Ghz newcastle 754's for an old box I've
got. It don't overclock so the older core doesn't matter much. In
fact, the extra heat is kinda nice in the winter.
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