Extreme users who are hungry for speed, rejoice! The AMD Athlon 64 FX 57 is now available at Cybermind at a price tag of $ 1950. This is currently the fastest single core processor that’s available in the market.

A64FX 57 A Walk About SLS (6 8 2005)

The distinguished silver packaging for the AMD Athlon 64 FX 57.

A64FX 57 2 A Walk About SLS (6 8 2005)

A closer look at the markings on this CPU.

A64FX 57 3 A Walk About SLS (6 8 2005)

A label with the clock speed, and the amount of cache available on this CPU.

 

Looking for a Dual Core AMD Solution? The AMD Athlon 64 X2
4800+
is currently available at Cybermind for $ 1699. Arriving later then it’s slower speed brothers, this CPU is the
fastest from the A64 X2 family of processors.

A64 4800+ DC A Walk About SLS (6 8 2005)

The dual core AMD Athlon 64 X2 4800+ in it’s box.

A64 4800+ DC2 A Walk About SLS (6 8 2005)

A closer look at the markings found on the CPU.

A64 4800+ DC3 A Walk About SLS (6 8 2005)

The label found on the box of the processor, with information on the clock
speed and the amount of cache found on this CPU.

Over at Cybermind, we also saw the Intel Pentium 4 541 Processor that’s clocked at 3.2Ghz. The main difference between the 5X0 and 5X1 processors is the additional support for EM64T on the 5X1 processors. the 5X1 processors still comes with a 1MB L2 cache, differentiating it from the Pentium 4 6X0 series.

pentium4 541 A Walk About SLS (6 8 2005)

The box of this new CPU, with the Intel EM64T marking on the bottom right of
the box.

pentium4 541 2 A Walk About SLS (6 8 2005)

The label on the box, with some information on the model of this CPU.

pentium4 541 3 A Walk About SLS (6 8 2005)

A closer look at the CPU, with the markings on it.