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I always here about the T-bred and the Barton-core (hope i spelled it right) on AMD cpus... what is the difference between the two??

which one is better? and what advantages the each have??

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The T-Bred(Throurogh Bred) is basically a 333mhz FSB chip with 256k L2 cache. Core voltage usually runs.1 volts lower than the regular Athlon XP (Palomino). The Barton's main difference is the 512k L2 cache instead of the 256k. I'm not sure if the default voltage is lower or not compared to the T-Bred.

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