- 2000 MHz
- 65nm Brisbane
- 2 x 512KB L2 Cache
Very solid 05/16/2007
This review is from: AMD Athlon 64 X2 3600+ Brisbane Dual-Core 1.9 GHz Socket AM2 ADO3600IAA5DL Processor
Decent OC - got it stable to 2.4 GHz (can't go higher, don't know if due to CPU or MB, probably MB) @ stock voltage (higher voltage didn't seem to help). Very capable, runs pretty cool with Freezer Pro 64/Arctic Silver 5 - about 32-40 C non-load/load, faster than my C2D loading Windows and startup apps, MUCH faster than Athlon 64 4000+ it replaced, overall VERY capable and a GREAT value for the price.
Not as fast as my C2D running games and high end apps, OC not nearly as good as C2D although some others have had better success w/ a better MB than mine.
Make sure you go to AMD and install updates or you won't be able to play games. Remember this is a relatively new core - make sure your MB supports it, inherently or with bios update. Also, if you want good OC get a good MB.
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