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THIS SALE IS CLOSED / COMPLETED TO MINNYAMMO....

 

 

 

I'm going to offer a great deal here to my DFI family and this goes to the first one who posts in this thread to accept the offer.

 

For Sale:

AMD Athlon 64 3500+ ClawHammer 1GHz FSB 512KB L2 Cache Socket 939 Processor - Retail

 

Price = $145.00 with Free Priority Shipping!

 

It comes packaged in its orginal box with all original materials, including UNUSED HEATSINK. This retails over $220 to $267 so yes, i'm insane.

 

I accept paypal or money order. This was purchased by me from newegg in March 2005. If you have questions, pm me.

 

Bryan

 

Specifications:

Brand AMD

Series Athlon 64

Model ADA3500ASBOX

CPU Socket Type Socket 939

Core ClawHammer

Name Athlon 64 3500+

Operating Frequency 2.2GHz

FSB 1GHz

L1 Cache 64KB+64KB

L2 Cache 512KB

Process Type 0.13 µm

Hyper-Transport Support Yes

64 bit Support Yes

Multimedia Instruction MMX, SSE, SSE2, 3DNOW! Professional

Voltage 1.5V

Cooling Device Heatsink and Fan

 

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hey dawg....what is the stepping on this?

 

is is CAA2C or CAAZC????

 

Yes I was at work when I posted this and wanted to post that info:

 

ADA3500DEP4AS

CAA2C 0505APMW

 

 

Yes, it is the highly acclaimed CAA2C and we who know, know what that means!

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the CAA2C is a fantastic 512k L2 cache Clawhammer that clocks to the moon (clocks not guaranteed of course...but my CAAZC went to 2800Mhz easily)

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great deal, i just picked up a venice 3500+ last week...otherwise i would have bought your cpu.

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Bump for a hot CPU at a great price. I have one of those and its at 2.76GHz on mostly auto settings, haven't even tried to OC this chip yet.

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thanks cat, this item is sold to MinyAmoo, whom I might add is tickled pink w/ this purchase. ;)

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well I've had some weird things happen with this cpu but it might be mem or bios.

it gets bsod if i try to run memory under 270, if i want to not get a bsod at stock EVERYTHING has to be set on auto.

 

but all i know is with my xp-90 and tornado i could bench at 2900 mem 1:1

 

and today I get my new case http://www.directron.com/mxs01bd.html

 

I got in my tdx block, D5, and dual 120mm rad. the other day so tonight I will have REAL water cooling for the first time in my life. I'm very excited to see those big ol 1/2" ID cables run thru my new case and esspecially to see if I can get cpuz's old clawhammer to rum at 2900 stable.

 

You know when and FX-57 has trouble reaching 2900 and for an X2 to get the single channel power of 2900mhz is unthinkable I think I am comming to the end of my overclocking rope for a few years.

 

Ya I could get a prometia or other phase change, I could get an sli-board and get 2 7800's (or mod my ultra D ;) ) but my budget just doesn't allow for $1000 or more to upgrade.

 

So untill

 

A. I get rich (or get a job like Travis or Bryan)

B. the X2 5200, FX-60 or a new 82nm cpu falls below $250

 

I have reached the pinacle.......

 

no one one I personnaly know has a faster computer than mine or will have for at least 1 to 2 years or more years.

 

I could put small tropical fishies in my computer.

 

I can get over 8000 for mem and over 12000 on cpu in sisoft sandra (not bad for a single core processor)

 

But the sad thing is 100's of hours spent learning, testing (those repeated 100 times) building, upgrading, and I'm done now..... hey I know maybe my mem could be a little tighter.... whew I was worried.

 

I guess what I'm trying to say is thanks cpuz for the cpu that blowes the doors off a san diego, winnie, or revie, now I can get back to the whole point of all of this.......

To cick some a$$ in CSS.

 

MinyAmoo out.

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