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Of the profromance you should be looking for. Funny looking back at those parts, 7 years ago, they were pretty good performance parts, but now they are approaching obsoletion. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? That doesn't mean AMD will perform poorly in Multitasking or will be poor in Designing works. have a peek here

There are 0 registered and 1103 anonymous users currently online. If you still haven't figure this out in 7 years, you need your head checked. I would only consider a Pentium dual core, they seem to be a good bang for the buck right now. Thanks for adding your opinion. https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/amd-athlon-3500-vs-pentium-4-3-0-ghz.252063/

It was just better architecture for the jobs at the time, especially compared to Prescott. ALL FAQs »      Intel Core i7-6700K    Intel Core i7-7700K    Intel Core i5-6600K    Intel Core i5-7600K    Intel Core i7-4790K    Intel Core i5-6500    Intel Core VS Intel Pentium 4 630 AMD Athlon 3500+ Join the discussion Differences What are the advantages of each Reasons to consider the Intel Pentium 4 630 Report a correction Significantly higher

I cant decide which one is better, faster and more efficient. Even the annoying popup adverts have advanced incredibly in these 7 years, so that is why we need higher requirement browsers. Peaceful Feb 16, 2012, 11:37am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List Edited: Feb 16, 2012, 11:50am EST >>Re: AMD 64 3500 vs P4 vs Athlon...

Sep 20, 2006 Whats faster for gaming? http://www.tomshardware.com/cpu/20041221/cpu_charts-13.html Supreet Virdi Aug 09, 2005, 01:16pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List Edited: Aug 09, 2005, 01:18pm EDT >>Re: AMD 64 However Intel's product is less expensive. Lap tops are a different story.

What is multi core floating point speed? MotionMan #16 MotionMan, Jan 2, 2009 Sunrise089 Senior member Joined: Aug 30, 2005 Messages: 882 Likes Received: 0 Well realize there will be a lot more love for the Northwood. the AMD 3500 is $219 currently and the Pentium D 820 at 2.8 Ghz is $240, so of course if you want to multitask then the 820 is a good choice. Not a direct comparison, but pretty close, as the P4 is still lurking in the family for me to reconfirm my thoughts...

Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? news The cost of a bigger power suply, bigger power bills and better cooling fan/heat sink combos have to be considered. P4 3ghzHT (s478) or Athlon 64 3500+ (OC to 2.3, s939)? Best value for money - Value for money is based on real world performance and price.

Join the community here, it only takes a minute. http://textminingnews.com/amd-athlon/amd-3200-vs-3500-venice-core.php Core i7 2.67GHz, 6GbDDR3 RAM, 6TB of HDDs, EVGA GTX275, Asus P6T X58 Mobo, Creative X-Fi Gamer. What is quad core floating point speed? This usually pleases end users, so they may say that the Pentium 4 is 'better' because it's 'quicker,' if that makes sense...

Athlon was 'superior,' and therefore 'better,' but it depends on the use and price as to which is a smarter choice; my not-so-techy family preferred the P4 because it 'felt' quicker, Amd has a little advantage in gaming, and some app's encoded in 64bit, and for its architecture, and a ondie mem controller. AMD 64 3500+ socket 939 CPUs now being sold from just $6 used, to $50-$120 new on Amazon just a few minutes ago (unless I read things wrong). Check This Out thanks julian Want to enjoy fewer advertisements and more features?

AnandTech Forums: Technology, Hardware, Software, and Deals Forums > Hardware and Technology > CPUs and Overclocking > Toggle Width Style Anandtech Add-ons Conflicts Home Contact Us Help Terms and Rules Privacy Current bandwidth usage: 326.30 kbit/s February 01 - 10:38am EST Forums Product Prices Contents •Home •Reviews •Editorials •Columns •Home Theater •Forums •Price Search •Community •HWA Store Latest Topics Also it has been shown to run games better than the P4 prescott equivalents.

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This usually pleases end users, so they may say that the Pentium 4 is 'better' because it's 'quicker,' if that makes sense... I do think that the P4 might just be a tad faster than the Athlon 3500+ though. Join the community here. Northwood or Prescott?Click to expand...

According to benchmarks, Athlon 64 3500+ won on pure speed, energy efficiency, processing efficiency etc (just like Core 2 is crushing Phenom in benchmarks now). I could just about manage 1080p on media player classic, because more of the load was put on the gpu. Similar Threads - Athlon 3500+ Pentium Forum Date err, Athlon 64 3500+ chewing through prime95 probably faster than most CPUs out there CPUs and Overclocking Dec 27, 2012 Sempron LE-1300 vs http://textminingnews.com/amd-athlon/amd-athlon-ii-dual-core-v-intel-i3.php Justin Aug 09, 2005, 01:06pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: AMD 64 3500 vs Pentium 4 3.2GHZCheck out this web

Jan 15, 2006 #6 compres TS Rookie Posts: 30 As I said in another thread, the difference in gaming is not even close, so for gaming definetly AMD. Things seem to have changed a bit. Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. Jan 15, 2006 #3 CrossFire851 TS Rookie Posts: 766 Amd Athlon 64 3500+ 2.2GHZ 1ghz Fsb Duel-core (2 Physical Cores On One Die(cpu) ) each core is 2.2ghz It Stays Cooler

Core i7 4770K @ 4.4GHz | Corsair H110 | Gigabyte GA-Z87X-UD5H | 32GB 1866MHz Corsair Vengeance 2x EVGA GTX 780 SLI | 256GB OCZ Vector SSD | 4TB Hitachi 7K4000 Corsair As I recall, listed prices used to be totally insane for just about all socket 939 processors at >US$200 one or two years ago as I recall...However, I don't know if The AMD name number means that it's performance is comparable to a 3.5Ghz processor. I had a A64 3500+ in a HTPC a few years back and had to upgrade it because it was not fast enough to stream HD Flash video off the web.

Games Hardware Members Register Login < EMBED > Search category... Pentium 4 3.0 GHz Discussion in 'CPUs and Overclocking' started by MotionMan, Dec 31, 2008. What I found from experience (and not from benchmarks, I did none and have no proof) is that the P4 feels just a little snappier on the desktop than the Athlon Maybe he's waiting for the prices to come down...

Jan 15, 2006 #5 Sean TS Rookie Posts: 100 Yup, it all depends on what you wish to do. Both chips run at 2.2 Ghz. Newsletter A weekly newsletter featuring an editorial and a roundup of the latest articles, news and other interesting topics. What is the GeekBench score?