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The Socket 939 Athlon 64 3800+ processor with AMD64 architecture (32-bit compatible) is based on the K8 Venice core of 0.13 micron processors. It operates at a frequency of 2.4Ghz, with a 800MHz FSB (via integrated memory controller). The processor features 128K L1 cache, 512KB L2 cache, 3.2GB/s memory bandwidth, 6.4GB/s HyperTransport bandwidth, 3DNow! Professional technology, Dual Stress Liner (DSL) technology and SSE3 multimedia instructions.

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AMD Athlon 64 3800+ E3 Reviews Rating: 84 out of 100 based on 1 rating.

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Neoseeker  --- May 03 '05
Tech Report  --- May 17 '05
techPowerUp! 8.3/10 May 15 '05
X-bit labs  --- Apr 03 '05
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AMD Athlon 64 3800+ E3 Review DriverHeaven -- Jun 12 '05

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"With a street price that is lower than that of the P4 560, the 3800+ should be a no brainer for gamers. While there does not seem to be any performance increases from the updated core, the lower..."

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Tech Report on

"The Venice core's ace in the hole may be its overclocking potential. If you don't care about dual cores, that probably makes some flavor of Venice-based Athlon 64 the way to go. Our "below average"..."

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techPowerUp! on

"The AMD Athlon64 3800+ with Venice core is geared towards performance hungry people, mostly gamers, which have the money. Overclockers will love the Venice. SSE3 makes a small difference, but the..."

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X-bit labs on

"...the most important advantage of the Athlon 64 processors based on Venice core is the significantly higher frequency potential. This opened new horizons for further AMD processor family..."

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