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single core 3800+ and dual core 3800+ - single core 3800+ and dual core 3800+
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It has been about a year now since AMD first released their dual core offerings to the public. At that time the X2 4800+ just couldn’t be beat in the majority of applications out there. It even gave the FX-57 a pretty good run for its money in single thread applications, while destroying everything else in multi-threaded applications. At that time the cost of entry for an X2 started at around $500, which was pretty unpalatable for the majority of buyers out there. Several months after the initial release, AMD decided to put out a more inexpensive X2. The X2 3800+ was released to great acclaim, as it was a lot more affordable at the initial $380 price point than the rest of the X2’s that were at $480 and above.
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