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Gaming Applications

Since the first Athlon 64 CPUs appeared, they have been defeating their competitors from the Pentium 4 family in all gaming applications. The launch of the Pentium 4 6XX CPUs and Pentium 4 Extreme Edition 3.73GHz didn’t change the situation here. Despite the larger L2 cache memory of the newcomers, which resulted into an overall 3-6% performance increase in games, Athlon 64 is still considerably faster than the Intel rivals. Even the new Extreme Edition processor doesn’t save the situation: its performance is slower than that of Athlon 64 3500+ here.

 
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