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Hi,
I just found this cpu on the aria site that was £93.94 and is now £66.92 on super special.
Seems to be a good deal and much more expensive on the other computer sites at the moment.

Hope you like the deal, let me know what you think.

Kata
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#1
even with the excessive postage charge it's a good deal..only checked on ebuyer where it's £89.
#2
although ebuyer do list the A64 X2 4600 for £77 with free shipping
#3
I'll vote this hot,great price!

Bought one from ebuyer a few weeks back oem for about £84,and that seemed a good price then.Mind you if you keep on waiting you never buy 'owt!
#4
How can you compare a AMD and Intell chip?

Normally I would go for a Intel chip over a AMD chip anyday but I guess it all depends on the price.
#5
Mebster
How can you compare a AMD and Intell chip?

Normally I would go for a Intel chip over a AMD chip anyday but I guess it all depends on the price.


Well in recent years you have been doing it the wrong way around. Only since Intel released the impressive Core 2 Duo have their chips been worth buying over AMD. Oh and AMD have been much cheaper in the past so it was even more of a reason to buy AMD.
#6
muckypup
I'll vote this hot,great price!

Bought one from ebuyer a few weeks back oem for about £84,and that seemed a good price then.Mind you if you keep on waiting you never buy 'owt!

Exactly. Having said that, the rate at which they change is alarming.

I bought an Inspiron 1501 in February that cost £439 and I was gutted as I had to send it back as I couldn't actually afford it. Now I'm actually very happy about it as it's fallen to £351, has 120gb HD instead of 60gb and comes with a free carry case. Should be even better next month when I come to get one.
#8

I think the dearer one is the later energy efficient version.......I think!
#9
Yes your dumb and yes they have 2 different prices. http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v485/Elle_bagus/25.gif














Only kidding mate, I have no idea, if the more expensive one is more energy efficient you would think they would tell you. But then again, this IS Ebuyer.
#10
Yes I was thinking energy efficient...but as you say there's nothing to say that's a feature of the more expensive version.
#11
Just checked the AMD site...

The ADA4200CUBOX which is sold on ARIA (and is bizarrely the dearer chip on Ebuyer) is the 89W version of the CPU

The ADO4200CUBOX (the cheaper model on Ebuyer) is the 65W version
#12
Cheers mate, never crossed my mind to check the codes.
#13
beerman1
Cheers mate, never crossed my mind to check the codes.


No dramas! :thumbsup: Not knowing was bugging me enough to go and find out.
#14
wizball
No dramas! :thumbsup: Not knowing was bugging me enough to go and find out.


Thanks wizball.
#15
The ADO version is £78.10 delivered here if your interested also
#16
So I think I was right yet wrong:oops:

Bizarrely there was also a reason why the OH chose the non energy efficient one,but can't for the life of me think why at the moment,shall have to ask him later!
#17
currychops
even with the excessive postage charge it's a good deal..only checked on ebuyer where it's £89.


Right, the delivery cost for one item is quite high. But usually when you buy more than one item the delivery cost stays the same. So I only order from them when I need more than one item ;-)
#18
muckypup
So I think I was right yet wrong:oops:

Bizarrely there was also a reason why the OH chose the non energy efficient one,but can't for the life of me think why at the moment,shall have to ask him later!


Erm, that is so you do not have to turn the heating on in the room where the PC is!! So you save more money by actually buying the more power hungry processor. :thumbsup:
#19
Hi, Just spotted this thread and thought I'd add some info. On 21st March AMD dropped the price on the AMD 4200, 4600, 5000 and a couple of others. I work for an IT system building company so was aware of the price drop. Aria's price is the normal typical price for this speed of chip(not really a bargain). If you're looking for a new x2 wait a couple of days for everyone else to get their CPU pricing up to speed!..
#20
Excellent news, thanks for the heads up.
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The most energy efficient are the newer 65nm CPUs which have the part number;
ADOxx00DDBOX where xx is the speed rating.

The ADO4400DDBOX is £73.35 inclusive: http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/125197

and the ADO4800DDBOX is £80.80 inclusive: http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/products/index.html?action=c2hvd19wcm9kdWN0X292ZXJ2aWV3&product_uid=125203 If you spend £3 on the later on extras you’ll get free postage and save a £1.
I think these are better deals.
#22
i agree with this. just ordered 4800 EE version & remote controlled sockets and got free delivery via google checkout

SmilingCrow

And the ADO4800DDBOX is £80.80 inclusive: [url]
I think these are better deals.
#23
Mebster
How can you compare a AMD and Intell chip?

Normally I would go for a Intel chip over a AMD chip anyday but I guess it all depends on the price.


Well from 2003 until 2006 AMD were the only sensible option, both in terms of price and performance.

With the release of the Core 2 Duo, Intel now has the performance title.

However AMD have fought back with deep price cuts, so if you're spending under £100 on your CPU, you will get good performance for your dosh. I paid £75 shipped for a 65nm 4800+ from ebuyer a week ago. 20 months ago that was a £700 CPU. Intel's E4xxx series is meant to compete, but they've cut back on features like virtualisation here.

AMD are releasing their new core architecture later this year, which will bring them back into the performance game.
#24
I think You can do better than that:
AMD Athlon 64 X2 4600+ (2.4GHz) Socket AM2 L2 1MB 2x512KB Cache Retail
http://www.ebuyer.com/122941
£74.25 Delivered (5 day delivery)
But then £10 off for using google checkout so an amazing £64.25!!!
#25
SmilingCrow
The most energy efficient are the newer 65nm CPUs which have the part number;
ADOxx00DDBOX where xx is the speed rating.
The ADO4400DDBOX is £73.35 inclusive: http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/125197
And the ADO4800DDBOX is £80.80 inclusive: http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/products/index.html?action=c2hvd19wcm9kdWN0X292ZXJ2aWV3&product_uid=125203 If you spend £3 on extras you’ll get free postage and save a £1.
I think these are better deals.



Cheers, I did exactly that by getting some DVD-Rs that I needed anyway and now getting the 4800+ for about £3 more than the 4600+. Thanks for the tip!

B.

:-D

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