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2.1GHz AMD Athlon Xp 3000+ 400MHz 512K Socket-A AXDA3000DKV4E

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Amd Athlon Xp 3000+ 2.1Ghz 400Mhz C

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Manufacturer Amd
ASIN B003CNNR4I
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3.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #2,461 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > CPU Processors
Date first available at Amazon.com March 16, 2010

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These processors are bogus old 'pulls' that 'probably' some FEDERAL POLITICIAN got a hold of and started peddling all over the internet. They are never what they say they are. Most are .9 to 1.2 ghz processors that fool the operating system but of course do not fool an AWARD BIOS. The vendors will say things like "they only sell what the vendor sends them." Do not buy one of these unless you are sure of what you are getting. Usually a processor like the one they say this is; will only be sold with a motherboard of some sort included. Even EBAY is privy to these phony chips. You see; the majority of people who buy one of these processors is trying to fix a motherboard that has bit the bullet. They plug it in and it doesn't work because the processor is not the problem. Others will plug it into a proprietary computer like Hewlitt PoopPackerd or DELL or GATEWAY. These computers have limited BIOS' and certainly no way of telling except within the OS which the chip fools into noting is what the buyer wants to believe it is. In this particular picture; NOTE... The SMD's are on the top and the chip is marked with one little symbol in the corner. Genuine AMD chips have a serial number on the top of the mosfet chip itself and with a 3000+ the SMD's are all on the bottom. Ask the vendor before buying what the mosfet chip says on the top. The entire face should be covered with serial numbers and letters at the end of all that is the 3000+. Not on a sticker laminated to breadboard.
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If you have an old HP Pentium box to upgrade, start with one these processors, then add the 2GHz of Ramm.

It will not jump of the desk, but will boot faster.
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