AMD X2 Processor Pricing Hits New Low

"AMD processor prices continue to tumble."

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News <script type="text/javascript" src=""></script> Posted 29/03/07
Author: PV5150
Source: ocworkbench

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AMD processor pricing continues to tumble southwards, which really begs the question...'where the hell is the bottom?'

AMD Athlon64 3200(Box 3Yrs Warranty). S$112 (560HKD) 73USD
AMD Athlon64 3500(Box 3Yrs Warranty). S$113 (565HKD) 74USD
AMD Athlon64 3800(Box 3Yrs Warranty) S$179 (895HKD) 117USD
AMD Athlon64x2 3600 Dual Core S$119 (595HKD) 78USD
AMD Athlon64x2 3800 Dual Core S$155 (775HKD) 101USD
AMD Athlon64x2 4200 Dual Core S$179 (895HKD) 117USD
AMD Athlon64x2 4600 Dual Core S$205 (1025HKD) 164USD

Looking for a cheap processor? There are certainly bargains to be had here!

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28-03-2007, 18:29:50

Damn Cybermaniac posting about Audio. Picked up some pwnage speakers from a mate who was sellnig. Also sold me an AMP and CD player. The Speakers are Gale Floor Standers (around £200 new), the AMP is Sherwood RD-6106R (5.1 DTS/Dolby AMP - £200 new) and the CD player is Cambridge Audio CD5 (unsure of price. Got it all for £100




AMP and CD player have to go underneath the printer as I'm out of space (and there's LOADS of boxes next to them 'cause I've got reviews to do)

28-03-2007, 18:32:04

Looks like a nice new setup. Other people in your building will be knocking on ya door.

me/ starts to play 'spot the review item'

28-03-2007, 20:26:30

That's a great sound system you've put together, it sure wipes the floor with my setup. Bet you're not allowed to turn the volume up by much though :p :).

Just out of interest... if putting together a sound system and an LCD for games+movies usage, would you budget far more for the visual side or nearer 50% audio / 50% visual?

28-03-2007, 20:35:23

Well audio is important if it's an audio setup. For good sound you need a lot of money. I would budget at least £500 speakers, £300 AMP (not inc CD player) and then a decent TFT...whatever you feel is best for you. I'd go for a Dell 2407 if I could afford it

29-03-2007, 02:46:35

Woah, kempez I love the new setup.
Bet it packs a punch! :D

29-03-2007, 10:16:53

makes my Z-10's look smaller lol!

29-03-2007, 12:11:56

/me is still on the hunt for an audio system. Kemp, did i read you mentioning you brought some from argos? they for sale :P

29-03-2007, 13:17:24

I have a set from Argos but at the moment can't afford to replace them. I will be slowly replacing them with high-end stuff....but need a car more right now ;)

The speakers are hooked up right now. Sounds simply awesome, top quality sound am very very impressed. £100 very very well spent :D

29-03-2007, 13:29:26

I might have to do something like this in the new house :D

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