TweakTown's AMD CPUs content from our CPUs, Chipsets & SoCs category for 2003 - Page 1
Listing of our AMD CPUs content from our CPUs, Chipsets & SoCs category for 2003.
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AMD Athlon 64 Chipset Royal Rumble - December 2003
AMD has given us mainstream 64-bit processing and now we have a bunch of chipsets to join the joy ride. Today we pit all the newest chipsets from VIA, SIS, nVidia and ALI and find out who our best choice is for our Athlon 64 powered motherboard! | Nov 29, 2003 at 11:00 pm CST
AMD Athlon 64 Performance Computing - The heat is on!
We collected high-end performance parts from AMD, ABIT, ATI, GeCube, Mushkin, Maxtor, VIA and Thermaltake and built the fastest possible Athlon 64 desktop computer around. The heat is on - become part of the action and read about what this high-powered system is capable of! | Nov 22, 2003 at 11:00 pm CST
VIA K8T800 Chipset Preview - Dual Opteron in Action
It has been a long time coming but we are finally reaching the beginning stages of 64-bit mainstream computing. AMD has been the first to bring a 64-bit processor to the market with any true support in the Opteron. VIA is one of the key chipset companies supporting AMD64 and today Shawn "Toxic" Baker takes a preview look at their new K8T800 chipset with AMD Opteron 242 and 244 processors. 64-bit computing is boarding - don't miss the train! | Aug 24, 2003 at 11:00 pm CDT
Survival of the Fittest - Intel Pentium 4 3.2GHz vs. AMD Athlon XP 3200+
Later on today Intel will release its newest and fastest desktop processor yet - the Pentium 4 at 3.2GHz on an 800MHz quad-pumped FSB. It is a 200MHz jump over their previous processor and 1GHz faster than AMD's fastest desktop processor. Today Cameron "Sov" Johnson gives us the dirt on Intel's fastest processor and puts it head to head with AMD's Athlon XP 3200+ for the survival of the fittest under our intense benchmarking suite. | Jun 21, 2003 at 11:00 pm CDT
Athlon XP Chipset Shootout - VIA KT400 vs. VIA KT400A vs. nVidia nForce 2
In terms of the enthusiast, AMD Athlon's XP processor has now taken second stage to Intel's all conquering Pentium 4 processor and army of Dual Channel enabled chipsets. AMD continue to battle it out with the support of third party chipset manufacturers, VIA Technology and nVidia, who keep the Athlon XP in the battle for the enthusiasts' loot. Today Shawn "Toxic" Baker puts nVidia's Dual Channel nForce 2 up against VIA's Single Channel KT400 and KT400A chipsets. There can only be one winner, which will it be? Read on and discover the answer! | Jun 11, 2003 at 11:00 pm CDT