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San Diego or Toledo core?

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Which one to choose? I'm looking to buy a A64 3700 but which core? Both are single core at 2200MHz stock speed. Same price (130€).

 

Thx for input :)

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I'd try to get a San Diego personally since it started out as a single core in the first place whereas the Toledo started out as a dual core chip that has one core that is bad...

 

I've got one of the Toledo core 3700+ and it was super easy to get it up to 2805 MHz (i.e. 255) but I haven't been able to take it one notch further. If you search you'll see that these chips don't seem to clock as well as the San Diegos.

 

Jim

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Two different things. San Diego's are single cores, FX-57, 3700+ while Toledo's are dual cores. AMD 4400+ and 4800+.

 

No dual core processors are San Diegos just as no single core processor is a toledo.

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Two different things. San Diego's are single cores, FX-57, 3700+ while Toledo's are dual cores. AMD 4400+ and 4800+.

 

No dual core processors are San Diegos just as no single core processor is a toledo.

 

Sorry Michaelzhao you are wrong here...

 

There are Toledo core 3700+'s running around and in fact I have one in my system that I'm on right now...

 

Check out this thread:

 

http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/showthread.php?t=55228

 

In the second post I have screen shots showing the IHS, the naked chip, and a screenshot of A64 TCaseMax - v1.19 showing that this is a Toledo Core.

 

 

Jim

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I don't want to reach the 3 GHz, just a little overclock... I think I will try the San Diego core because it is a "real" single core CPU. I'm into gaming and a lttle programming, so there is no need for a raped dual core CPU

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