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AMD Athlon XP 2700+

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About the Product

This AMD Athlon XP processor with QuantiSpeed architecture is based on the Thoroughbred rev-B core of 0.13 micron processors. The Athlon XP 2700+ operates at a frequency of 2.17GHz. The processor features 256KB on-chip L2 and 128KB L1 cache, supports DDR memory, and is meant to be compatible with Socket A motherboards.

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AMD Athlon XP 2700+ Reviews Rating: 93 out of 100 based on 2 ratings.

Meta Reviews

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Active Hardware  --- Oct 01 '02
Amdmb.com  --- Oct 01 '02
AMDWorld  --- Nov 08 '02
Bjorn3D 9.0/10 Oct 01 '02
DeviantPC  --- Oct 01 '02
FiringSquad 90% Oct 01 '02
GamePC  --- Nov 07 '02
Hardcoreware  --- Oct 01 '02
Hexus 9.5/10 Oct 01 '02
Hot Hardware  --- Oct 01 '02
Linux Hardware  --- Oct 01 '02
Nexus Hardware  --- Mar 09 '03
OCAddiction  --- Jan 19 '03
PC Stats 92% Oct 01 '02
SimHQ  --- Oct 01 '02
Tbreak  --- Oct 10 '02
Tech Zone  --- Sep 30 '02
The Hardware Review  --- Dec 07 '02
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AMD Athlon XP 2700+ Roundups and Shootouts

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AMD Athlon XP 2700+ Review Got Apex? -- Oct 08 '02
AMD Athlon XP 2700+ Review Hard Tecs 4U -- Oct 30 '02
AMD Athlon XP 2700+ Review UK Gamer -- May 05 '03

Bjorn3D on Oct 01 '02

"There are certainly features that we would have like to have seen, like more on-die cache and perhaps better i.e., lower) power and voltage characteristics, but this is an evolutionary product over..."

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DeviantPC on Oct 01 '02

"The XP2700+ would be an ideal centerpiece in any high-end gaming or workstation system. The enhanced bus now running synchronously with the memory bus enhances the CPUs performance."

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Hardcoreware on Oct 01 '02

"Die Hard AMD fans will appreciate the step up in FSB speed, but they will likely be the most disappointed by the paper launch. Let's hope this is the last time it happens."

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Hot Hardware on Oct 01 '02

"...the introduction of Athlons with a 333MHz FSB, and the NVIDIA nForce 2, make it that much easier to recommend the Athlon platform to anyone looking to build, or purchase, a high-end system...."

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PC Stats on Oct 01 '02

"With the Barton and Hammer cores delayed till at least the first half of 2003, AMD is counting on the Thoroughbred core to carry them through the rest of 2002. As we have just seen, this processor..."

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  • Product Type: CPUs
  • Manufacturer: AMD
  • Released
    North AmericaOct 1, 2002
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