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    AMD Sempron

    Any good?

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    as good as garbage

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    bought an amd sempron at sams club for like 450 with a monitor and all that shit, runs like a champ

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    Sempron's are ok computers - but if gaming is your thing then go with an amd athlon 64 , preferably a 939 3200+ revision E ( Venice Core ) with a nice Asus motherboard. ( I went with the Asus SLI Deluxe mobo.. its stable and I won't have to upgrade it for awhile and I have the option of buying another videocard in an SLI configuration. )

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    What kind of work will you be doing with it? Sempron is a lower end processor, kind of like a Celeron. If you're not doing anything really cpu intensive, it should do just fine. I actually prefer to spend more money on ram than cpu speed.

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    just for a laptop for school

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    Quote Originally Posted by needmorestrength
    just for a laptop for school
    You're good then, as long as you don't care about high end gaming or doing intensive CAD like programming. Get the cheaper processor and buy more ram!!!

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