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    By Vangie Beal :  May 19, 2003

    (HardwareCentral) The never-ending CPU contest has moved from pure clock speed to bus bandwidth, and this week's debut of the AMD Athlon XP 3200+ brings Intel's archrival up to speed -- meaning a 200MHz bus-speed baseline. But what's the real relation between system and front-side bus rates, or between them and real-world performance? And have we reached the end of the 32-bit Athlon line or not?

    Related Article: Platform Trends: AMD Blazes the 400MHz Trail


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