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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.

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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
t-break  --- 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

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"Despite the fairly timid core frequency increase that the XP 2700+ has over the XP 2600+, the mere increase in FSB bandwidth has greatly alleviated the performance bottleneck that has hurt earlier..."

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"The Athlon XP 2700+ and 2800+ processors are a good addition to the AMD family of processors and are a good stepping-stone to even greener pastures."

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AMDWorld on

"...the newer 166MHz AMD Athlon XP2700+ is a big step in the right direction and things can only get better in the forthcoming months and with a AMD Athlon XP2800+ also in the offering soon."

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Bjorn3D on

"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

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