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Athlon XP 3200+ is the fastest AMD processor for socket A (462). This processor has Barton core with 512 KB level 2 cache. It is one of a few socket A CPUs that support 400 MHz Front Side Bus. This processor is the best upgrade option for socket A motherboards that support it, though it does not have the best price/performance ratio. Being the fastest socket A (462) processor, it is probably one of the most expensive socket A microprocessors at the moment. To save money you may consider upgrading to Athlon XP 3000+ instead - it's only a few percent slower than the 3200+.

AMD Athlon XP 3200+ specifications

General information
TypeCPU / Microprocessor
Market segmentDesktop
FamilyAMD Athlon XP
Model number  ? 3200+
CPU part numberAXDA3200DKV4E is an OEM/tray microprocessor
Stepping codesADYHA   AQXCA   AQXDA   AQXEA   AQXFA   AQYFA   AQYHA   IQYHA   KQYHA   UQYHA
Frequency  ? 3200+ (rated)
2200 MHz (real)
Bus speed  ? 400 MHz
Clock multiplier  ? 11
Package453-pin organic PGA
1.95" x 1.95" (4.95 cm x 4.95 cm)
AMD Package numbers27488, 27493, 28103
SocketSocket A (Socket 462)
Introduction date13-May-03
Price at introduction$464
 
Architecture / Microarchitecture
MicroarchitectureK7
Processor core  ? Barton (Model 10)
Manufacturing process0.13 micron copper process
Data width32 bit
The number of cores1
The number of threads1
Floating Point UnitIntegrated
Level 1 cache size  ? 64 KB code
64 KB data
Level 2 cache size  ? Full-speed exclusive on-die 512 KB
MultiprocessingUniprocessor
Features
  • MMX instructions
  • Extensions to MMX
  • 3DNow! technology
  • Extensions to 3DNow!
  • SSE / Streaming SIMD Extensions
Low power features
  • Halt state
  • Stop Grant states
  • Sleep state  ? 
  • Probe state
 
Integrated peripherals / components
Integrated graphicsNone
 
Electrical / Thermal parameters
V core  ? 1.65V
Minimum/Maximum operating temperature  ? 0°C - 85°C
Typical/Maximum power dissipation60.4 Watt / 76.8 Watt
 
Notes on AMD Athlon XP 3200+
  • Actual bus frequency is 200 MHz. Because the processor uses Double Data Rate bus the effective bus speed is 400 MHz.

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FAQ

Q: Is it possible to upgrade my AMD Athlon XP 3200+ processor?
A: No. This is the fastest microprocessor for Socket A (Socket 462).

Athlon XP 3200+ Overclocking

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Manufacturer:AMD
CPU Family:Athlon XP
Model Number:3200+
Frequency:2199 MHz
Part number:
AXDA3200DKV4E
Stepping Code:AQYHA 0409WPMW
Comment:Barton 27493
Submitted by:Neon
General information
Vendor:AuthenticAMD
Processor name (BIOS):AMD Athlon(tm) XP 3200+
Cores:1
Processor type:Original OEM Processor
Core stepping:A2
CPUID signature:6A0
Family: 6 (06h)
Model:10 (0Ah)
Stepping: 0 (00h)

Cache: L1 data L1 instruction L2
Size: 64 KB 64 KB 512 KB
Associativity: 2-way set
associative
2-way set
associative
16-way set
associative
Line size: 64 bytes 64 bytes 64 bytes
Lines per tag: 1 1 1
 
Instruction set extensionsAdditional instructions
MMX CMOV
AMD extensions to MMX CMPXCHG8B
3DNow! FXSAVE/FXRSTORE
Extensions to 3DNow! SYSCALL/SYSRET
SSE SYSENTER/SYSEXIT
 
Major featuresOther features
On-chip Floating Point Unit 36-bit page-size extensions
  Advanced programmable interrupt controller
  Debugging extensions
  Machine check architecture
  Machine check exception
  Memory-type range registers
  Model-specific registers
  Page attribute table
  Page global extension
  Page-size extensions (4MB pages)
  Physical address extensions
  Temperature sensor
  Time stamp counter
  Virtual 8086-mode enhancements

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Pictures (9)

AMD Athlon XP 3200+ - AXDA3200DKV4E

AMD Athlon XP 3200+ - AXDA3200DKV4E
 
2008-01-20 09:52:13
Posted by: gregory

This Procesor is cool
 
Fake or genuine. What do you think ?
2009-06-04 11:38:02
Posted by: Conrad Bonde

 
Response: It doesn't look like a fake. The markings and bridges look good.
Fake or genuine. What do you think ?
CPU-Z AID64 CPUID
2011-08-26 19:04:08
Posted by: Boris

 
CPU-Z AID64 CPUID
 
2012-06-10 12:39:33
Posted by: Paul

 
 
Barton 3200+
2012-12-02 14:59:57
Posted by: Marko M. Markovic

 
Barton 3200+
 
2014-02-25 12:50:43
Posted by: bougui

 
 
 
2014-02-25 12:51:11
Posted by: bougui

 
 
 
2014-02-25 12:51:40
Posted by: bougui

 
 
Comments (57)

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The fastest

2006-03-07 10:42:57
Posted by: the_one_of_one

This is the fastest Socket A (462) CPU from AMD.

 

2006-07-22 20:04:32
Posted by: Bizarre KING

Is not the most fastest, the most fastest is the Athlon XP 3400+ (OPN: AXDA3400DKV4E)

more info:

http://www.amdboard.com/barton3400.html

The fastest cpu for socket A, my picture

2006-10-27 16:54:08
Posted by: M@tes from Czech Republic :o))

The fastest CPU for socket A is Barton 3200+, Barton 3400+ isn't exist. Czest (Bye)

The fastest cpu for socket A, my picture

question

2006-10-30 04:49:56
Posted by: romeo

is it possible for me to use this processor, my motherboard doesn't support fsb 400

thanks.

Response: No. Even if this processor will run in your motherboard, it will run at slower speed, so it doesn't make sense to upgrade to it.

romeo's question

2006-11-19 14:38:22
Posted by: Tomas

Romeo, it depends what processor you are running now.

If you fit this Processor to a FSB333 motherboard it will run like an Athlon XP3200 FSB333. It will simply clock down.

If you are running a slower processor like a 2200 or 2400 for example you will benefit from the upgrade.

 

2006-11-28 12:20:02
Posted by: me

the link to teh 3400+ is for a athlon 64. it says on the website 64bit read properly

Fan Cooler

2006-11-30 02:07:30
Posted by: Neil Acquatella

It is possible to use a fan from a 2500+ in this 3200+? (regarding heating temperatures)

Response: Sorry, I don't know that.

Proc

2006-12-27 08:39:57
Posted by: davidovi

Is this the fastest processot for Socket A motherboard?And if it is, where can i buy?

Response: Yes, it's the fastest socket A processor. Sorry, I don't know where to buy it.

 

2007-01-21 16:59:44
Posted by: Liuryx

i want change my amd athlon xp2800+ with this 3200+, i gain in performance or the difference is little?

Response: You'll get about 10% performance increase.

Upgrade

2007-01-23 14:05:51
Posted by: Matt

Hi, i have an amd athlon XP 2000+ how much of a difference will i notice upgrading to this 3200+??

Response: It will be about 40 - 50% faster.

upgrade ?

2007-01-29 11:48:59
Posted by: RUSS

Have a AMD XP 3000+ with 333FSB on a ASUS A7N8X, is it worth upgrading to AMD XP 3200+ with 400FSB using same board? Will it really make any significant difference? Worth the effort or not? Thanks!

Response: No, it's not worth it.

circuit board colour

2007-02-09 15:47:07
Posted by: tpg

Does anybody know if there is any functional difference between the green circuit board version and the brown one? I'm asking because I have a vague memory of reading that there is but can't understand why the colour would make any difference.

AU31 Motherboard?

2007-02-26 16:50:58
Posted by: Richard W

I have a E-Machine T2825 with a MB AU31/1.3 462P.
I'm thinking about upgrading the CPU to this
XP3200. Will this work on the Motherboard.
I've got a 2800XP now.

Thanks in advance.

Response: Sorry, I don't have data on your board. Upgrading from 2800+ to 3200+ not worth it - you probably won't notice the difference.

The 3200+ XP is the fastest one in production

2007-03-08 11:15:00
Posted by: John L

Although there is documentation about a Barton 3400+ XP, and some BIOS strings included its ID, it never existed "in the wild" -- in other words, it never went into production. I scoured the countryside high and low for quite some time to obtain the fastest Athlon XP and eventually discovered the 3400+ is akin to the mythical Unicorn. I've no doubt that it was on AMD's development "roadmap" and it's even possible some prototypes were made, but production of it was likely overtaken by development and marketing of other processors by AMD, and the sunsetting of Socket A.

Will this CPU improve speed of my system

2007-03-20 09:11:56
Posted by: doug

Epox 8RDA3+ max FSB 400. Currently running T-Bred 2700+ @2.17 with DDR PC3200 RAM downward compat 1G cl2.5 (adding a 2nd Gig 2.5CL). Run many data intensive charts + browser and spreadsheet. What performance gain can I expect by adding this Barton CPU? Than you.

Response: On average you'll get about 10% better performance. In some applications it'll be up to 15% faster

I must be a virgin...

2007-04-03 01:50:05
Posted by: Coyote Seven

Because the CPU in my computer right now is an AMD Athlon XP 3200+ Barton 2.2GHz Socket A. Processor Model AXDA3200DKV4E. It's an OEM version, meaning it didn't come in a fancy box with a heatsink and fan. I got on NewEgg on November 30th, 2004. I paid $179 for it.

It may be showing its age now, but it's mine. It is my precious. You cannot have it!

There was a 3300+

2007-04-08 10:41:41
Posted by: MT From CC

There was a athlon XP Barton 3300+. It was made for a specific system. I can't think of the name. Do a google search and you will see it. I always wanted on to see what it could do.

AMD Athlon XP 4000+

2007-04-11 11:13:47
Posted by: keko-computers

Hi , i can`t find any pictures a HP computer with this CPU but on the wikipedia site you can read there is a 4000+ Athlon XP and what i don`t understand is that this site doesn`t knwos the
AMD Geode NX 1750+ or the 1500+
i use a 3000+and a Geode NX 1750+
T-Bred B core with an FSB of 266MHz
i just unlocked my Athlon XP 3000+
en overclocked it to 3700+ on a Asrock K7VT4A Pro
with my own made bios

Response: I beleive that Athlon XP 4000+ does not exist - I will believe when I see a picture of it.. Geode family will be added in May.

Should I upgrade?

2007-04-19 12:33:02
Posted by: Sean

I have a XP 2500+ and my mobo will support up to a 3200+. What kind of change in performance will I see and is it worth upgrading?

Response: Athlon XP 3200+ will be on average 15% - 20% faster.

Clock Multiplier

2007-04-21 16:22:01
Posted by: Jerry

Hello,
Will this CPU work with a clock multiplier of 9? I checked my CMOS I don't know that I can change it to 11.
Thanks for your time,
Jerry

Response: It should work with clock multiplier 9

Upgrade from Sempron 2400+ => Athlon 3200+ XP

2007-05-15 05:36:51
Posted by: Peter W B Bost

How much performance increasement will I notice if I upgrade my computer from a AMD Sempron 2400+ to a AMD Athlon 3200+ XP BARTON?

Response: In many games and day-to-day usage you'll see 25% - 35% performance increase, up to 40% in some applications

Worth it?

2007-05-30 18:51:57
Posted by: Shrapper

Will I see a big boost in performance if I move from an XP 2600+ (mobile chip with 266 FSB) to an XP 3200+ (400 FSB)? My motherboard can handle 266/333/400 FSBs

Response: It will run up to 20% faster in some applications, but on average you'll see about 10% performance boost

Good operating tempatures.

2007-06-11 09:05:49
Posted by: Joshua

I often worry about the tempature of my CPU as I see it often reaching 55C after the computer has been on for a while, I am relieved to hear that this is in its operating range (your site says 0-80C). Now, I understand that colder is better, but is there an optimal, or perfered temp that I might be able to attain without upgrading to liquid cooling? (I jst can't afford that atm)

ty

Response: 55C under load is ok. Usually you should keep it under 60C. Post in the forum for suggestions on how to reduce the temperature.

Some differences

2007-06-20 03:41:57
Posted by: Steve

This is mine has some differences. I would not mind except I just bought and it doesn't work in my system. Documentation said it should.
AXDA3200DKV4E F450633261067 AQXCA0308MPMW
Not electronically similar to ohters in that there is one thing missing sticking out of the board one end of heat die.
There is 27493 on edge
Any info on CPU appreciated

Some differences

Correct Setting on Asrock K7NF2-RAID

2007-07-13 06:00:06
Posted by: Patrizia C.

Hello, I have to mount this CPU on my new Asrock MB, I see that this board supports 400 MHz Fsb, so should I set the jumpers to this value and set the multiplier to 5,5, or is it better to set the board to 200 Mhz and multiply with 11??
This because I am not very sure of the meaning of double data rate for the fsb..

Otherwise, can it work also if I set only 400MHz Fsb and no multipliers at all??

Thank you in advance!

Response: Usually you shouldn't set the multipliers on the board or in the BIOS - the board should recognize the CPU and set them automatically. If you need to set the FSB/multipliers then set them to 200 MHz and 11.

Steve your picture doen't look like the real CPU

2007-07-17 12:42:17
Posted by: John A. MacDonald

Steve your picture doen't look like the real CPU. I am trying to pasted one in here so that you can see the difference.It worked as you can see they are quite different.
Jammer1957

Steve your picture doen

AXDA3200DKV4E wtih stepping AQZFA0334?!

2007-07-23 00:53:12
Posted by: Bernie Seyfert

hi to all,
is this a genuine XP3200 (Barton), 400 Mhz FSB?
Also there is one thing missing sticking out of the board one end of heat die. I´ve done a little research and I have seen many XP3200 looks exactly the same like this one. (all say AXDA3200DKV4E on the sicker).
But Iám not sure if this CPU is the "real deal".
0334 says 34 week in 2003. So it must be an early typ/model.
Any thoughts from the expert/s?

AXDA3200DKV4E wtih stepping AQZFA0334?!

Response: The processor looks genuine to me.

Burn

2007-09-13 22:24:23
Posted by: Robert

My processor quit working and when I took it out it had a burn mark in the center. I think it happened when my power supply blew but I wanted to see if anyone knew any other reasons why my processor may have gotten the burn mark.

Burn

Compatability

2007-09-30 01:15:27
Posted by: jonwhite74

If the chip says that it is an AM2 socket, will it work with my socket A 462 board?

Response: No, it won't work in your motherboard.

desktop or mobile

2007-10-18 09:49:26
Posted by: smdemirel

can ı use the axda3200dkv4e for my laptop?

Response: No. Laptop heatsink/fan won't be able to cool it because it has much higher power dissipation than mobile processors

 

2007-11-10 17:10:14
Posted by: Kyle

I'm currently running an XP 1900+. How noticeable would it be if I upgraded?

Response: It would be noticable. On average you'll get about 30% - 40% better performance, up to 55% in some applications

OK, one more for the nervous-like...

2007-11-22 15:10:11
Posted by: ahriman

Just wanted to put my pic up and see if anyone sees anything funny, or if this is the real thing. CPUID is only showing 1.1GHz clock speed

OK, one more for the nervous-like...

Response: My guess is that your CPU is running at FSB 200 MHz. Change FSB in BIOS to 400 MHz.

 

2007-12-02 03:28:05
Posted by: Jason

Currently have a 1.6 gig duron, will this 3200 be capable of running high end games, will I notice a big difference?

Response: You will notice a big difference, but you'll be able to play the latest games only with low or medium details (depends on video)

xp 3200 variations

2008-01-18 16:01:46
Posted by: AJ Belcher

I am redistributer of school liquidations - in the past all I did was books - but I am expanding into computer parts - on this 3200 is there only the one othe variation - I see listed - and I haven't seen anywhere else yet - meaning most of them are this processor - anr any steps considerably more desirable than the others -

3300+/3400+ Barton rumors

2008-04-21 12:22:46
Posted by: meowmix

These do not exist.

The standard "highest Socket A" is a Barton 3200+, but not at 2.2Ghz.

AMD made a vendor-specific 2.3Ghz version for HP's d325 desktop computer. It was a normal Barton 3200+ core, but at 2.33Ghz, and a 333Mhz FSB. It also featured a different (blue colored), 9 bladed cooling fan at a slightly higher than normal RPM.

Search for "HP d325"

Is mine A real 3200+??

2008-05-04 05:57:56
Posted by: Joseph Holmes

picture aint super but here is all the info off of it...

left white stripe reads- 500100951910U
Bottom Corner With Gold Arrow- 27488

Black Tag Reads (Larger font then my 2800+)
AMD AthlonTM
AXDA3200DK4VE Y841463250154
AQXEA 0324MPMW @@ 1999 AMD
note @@ is a tm and a copyright thingy in circles....

Please let me know @ joepholmes@gmail.com Thank You...

Is mine A real 3200+??

Response: It's difficult to tell whether it's a fake or not. Please post detailed picture of CPU markings.

Alternative to the Athlon 3200 socket A- same speed different name

2008-06-21 18:51:21
Posted by: Desktopstu

Those of you wanting the fastest Socket A chip out there may wish to look at the Socket ASempron 3300 as this appears to be an Athlon 3200 with a new name. same Cache, same Mhz, same instructions and same FSB.

only half the price. Just a thought.

Is this a real 3200+ Barton 400mhz Socket A 462??

2008-09-18 01:03:41
Posted by: Dave

Please Help,Need to know if this is a real 3200+400mhz cpu.Thanks

Is this a real 3200+ Barton 400mhz Socket A 462??

Response: It's a fake processor. My response was posted in the forum.

unlocked?

2008-09-28 16:40:43
Posted by: neim

is it unlocked or locled multiplier?

Response: Locked multiplier

AXDA3200DKV4E

2008-10-22 05:47:25
Posted by: Zack

After reading various comments about fake and/or dodgy CPUs, I wondered if you could tell me if this one appears to be genuine.

Info:
AMD Part No.: AXDA3200DKV4E - Stepping Code: AQXCAO

Athlon XP 3200+ 2200 MHz 512 KiB 400 MT/s 11x 1.65 V 76.8 W AXDA3200DKV4E

Thinking of getting it but now wary in case it's less than genuine.

I'm currently running a Sempron 2600 with 1.5GB DDR so what sort of performance would I see in comparison?

Sorry about the blurry nature of the image but thats what the seller has provided.

AXDA3200DKV4E

Response: It's the first time I see this stepping code, but it doesn't mean it's a fake. I will need much better picture to tell if it's a

I Have a real AMD Athlon XP 3200+ Barton

2009-02-07 19:53:54
Posted by: Leba837@hotmail.com

However when reading he OPN number mine is different and i can't find any info.

AXDA3200DQV4E

Also the Circuit board is a dark green rather than brown, to which most people seem to have.

Does anybody have any more info? please email leba837@hotmail.com

Response: Please post the picture of the CPU

Brown wafer

2009-03-08 06:49:35
Posted by: Lenny

This 3200+ has the old brown wafer which can be unlocked with a simple lead pencil. I used to have a 2500+ that had a brown wafer which I unlocked the multipier with a few traces. I ended up selling the chip. This is the first time I have ever seen a 3200+ on a brown wafer. I've had three myself (on the same system) and installed a dozen in other computers, they were all on green wafers.

Brown wafer

Genuine or Fake AMD Athlon XP 3200+ CPU 2.2GHz Barton 400Mhz

2009-03-26 14:25:31
Posted by: madbad2k

PU ID is: AXDA3700DKV4E
Z3146683 20287

Stepping is: AQXEA
Production: 03 35 XPMW

I recently sold this CPU on EBAY as a genuine 3200+ Barton 400FSB, as it had been in storage for several years after being taken out of my old Socket A motherboard. I had bought it as an upgrade cpu and I am sure it was working correctly at 2.2GHz at 400 FSB.

However, the person that bought it said that he could only get it to work at 1.8GHz and he had tried another 3200+ cpu and that worked ok.

As i no longer have a Socket A mobo to test it on, i just wondered if any one can confirm from the photo if it is a genuine CPU or if my "buyer" was correct and its a fake?

I normally have a good memory for these things, but i carnt remember back 6 yrs ago.. if i got it to work at 2.2Ghz ! Doh!!
Many thanks in advance

 Genuine or Fake AMD Athlon XP 3200+ CPU 2.2GHz Barton 400Mhz

too much paste...

2009-04-07 04:09:15
Posted by: alan

looks like theres way too much paste on that chip, maybe thats why it wouldnt run at full speed.

Genuine or Fake AMD Athlon XP 3200+ CPU 2.2GHz Barton 400Mhz

2009-04-07 19:06:40
Posted by: Helper

I have read of a similar issue that was resolved by upgrading the BIOS with the latest version available from the vendorčs website

What is the "D"

2010-01-23 10:05:24
Posted by: nulikka

Just wondering if there is any difference between on AXDA3200KV4E and AXDA3200DKV4E, so what that "D" means? Any performance improvements?

Response: AXDA3200KV4E does not exist. People sometimes make mistake and miss letter "D" in the part number.

xp 3200+

2010-02-12 14:57:58
Posted by: nairb1957

still useing my lil beasty and running fine 2.3gig 11.5 213 stable heatsink is a little dusty so it is clocked back must clean it but you know what will happen if i touch it.
using a asus A7N8X-E mobo nice.

AMD Athlon XP 3200+

2010-02-23 08:57:16
Posted by: ELMACHOTE

I've been using my XP3200+ with a thermalright SK7 all copper heatsink since 2004 mine is an OEM cpu and it's locked. It is paired w/a FIC AU13 Chameleon Pro Motherboard, since only the AU13 MAX came with onboard raid, I added Sil680 raid add-on pci card and 2gig's of Kingston Hyper-X dual channel PC3200 400MHz DDR Memory. The temperatures on this cpu have alway's been in question since the board has a winbond temp sensor that makes contact w/the cpu from underneath it., temp's have read lowest at 52C & 68C at it's highest on a hot summer day and it averages 57-64C's playing games. I have tried different socketA Heatsink types with no luck., the motherbard doesn't have the 4 hole heatsing design so no hope for a bigger an newer heatsink. I have a newer Intel E6420 Core2 Duo Windows Vista PC but I prefer this old Windows 2000 SocketA Xp3200+ machine my everything/everyday PC. (new is good you know....but... OLD is BETTER).

Barton 3200

2010-03-19 04:44:18
Posted by: Jackd- Philippines

I have been looking for the baddest EPOX board to match the fastest Barton Socket A, and was able to burn out XP2000 and one EP-8RDA, in the process.

I have finally come up up with a vintage EP8RDA3+ and a Barton 3200 at 2.2 G, and getting a pair of matched dual channel DDR which are in scare supply in the Philippines. I plan to activate the 3 DDR slots to 3GB soon, and find the some 256- 512 Agp on sale.

My kids think it is old is useless, as the newer mobo are Quad and all but, I told them most of my vintage pc are P4 AMD 2.2 and Intel 3.2 , and stable, for another year or so.

running the xp 3200 on a soyo dragon in 2010

2010-05-16 08:01:24
Posted by: Paul

using it as a Windows home server, working fine

what a great processor- it was one of my first builds and I was surprised when I (literally) dusted off the motherboard and stuck it in a case that everything would still work

AMD Athlon XP 3200+

2010-06-30 04:21:23
Posted by: Remigijus

I was purchased this cpu but my ECS 7S5A sopports max 2600+ cpu :( now Duron inside :D

AMD Athlon XP 3200+

2010-08-14 15:26:01
Posted by: Havoc69

Get a Spire athlon XP heat Sink. I'm Running idle @ 40.5c ;^)

Lasting love...

2010-08-26 15:09:23
Posted by: Hans Wijnands

I run the 3200+ on a MSI KT6V with 2 x 512Mb Kingston Value RAM, since early 2006.
The CPU is cooled by a Thermaltake "Silent Boost" and it runs at 45deg in 21deg environment.

Even Photoshop CS3 runs fine on this system !

pros: very stable, fast enough for my needs

cons: the VIA chipset dont work with 300Mb/s SATA drives !

First is the best

2010-09-09 07:52:56
Posted by: mc

My first build was an Abit AN7 with the XP3200+ chip. I switched to a 939 mobo and cpu which recently burned out. Dropped the AN7 back in and still works great. Upgrading to 3gb RAM and all is good with windows xp and a GeForce7600GS AGP video card.

Works like a charm

2010-09-17 01:30:42
Posted by: kane17

recently upgraded to this from a similarily clocked thornton core. Though I got the "Sempron 3300+" I'm pretty sure its virtually the same thing as "Athlon XP 3200+"..cpuz reports 2.2 Ghz 200/400 FSB w/ 512K cache.

Paired with my GForce 7600GT it does starcraft 2 great which is great considering its a new release now and this cpu is 5 or 6 years old. hah

Athlon XP and A7N8X-X

2010-09-28 15:30:38
Posted by: Jack Taylor

I had one of these CPU's paired with an ASUS A7N8X-X motherboard. I got that computer in about 2004 and ran it until late 2009. It was always perfect and never let me down. I just wanted a little speed boost so I bought an AM2 system as I don't think I will ever go to Intel unless I really have to after having the Athlon XP chip. :D one of my favourite chips that I have ever used. It used to seem faster than my Intel Pentium 4 3.2Ghz system as well. :D

Athlon XP and A7N8X-X

2011-01-05 02:07:48
Posted by: Brent

Following the previous post, I made this processor and cpu combo my choice for gaming...yes gaming. I have two systems that run this processor/MB combo along with FX5950 graphics cards. I run win98 and xp without any problems. I decided to assemble them so that I could/can run older games that I am very fond of. The list of games is extensive. Dos box would not run them nearly as well as this setup would. I wonder now, after 3 years of having this set up if Dosbox will run them as smooth as these dual boot machines.

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