Anyone got any CPU good offer?

By henrychieng
Mar 10, 2002
  1. Anyone can source Amd CPU at a very good price?

    I saw another forum of mine, they is this guy selling an Amd XP1500 for S$130 or approx USD$73. Super cheap but i think it's sold out :(

    Any of u guys got cheaper alternate source of! Pls share! Thx n cheers!

    P.s: if u can't put here then, at least email/pm me! Cheers n thx again!
  2. uncleel

    uncleel TS Rookie Posts: 980

    :wave:Newcomer Welcome & Hello:wave:

    3DS does not have a method for individuals to sell on this forum.
    I would suggest
    & buying from a reputable vendor that ships internationally

    AthlonXP 1500+ (1.33GHZ, 256KB, 266Mhz, Socket A) - OEM $107.00

    Sharky's Extreme also has weekly cpu prices, verifying that 3DSPriceGrabber is valid & reasonable.
  3. Didou

    Didou Bowtie extraordinair! Posts: 4,274

    For second hand parts or things of the sort, it's better to look at a local site rather then an international one.
  4. henrychieng

    henrychieng TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 19

  5. boeingfixer

    boeingfixer TS Rookie Posts: 1,006


    You can always check E-bay. However, if you do not have a local store close, I would suggest buying a box set, you may pay a bit more but you get the comfort of a 3 year warrenty direct from AMD. Plus with a box set the HSF is included.
  6. Arris

    Arris TS Evangelist Posts: 4,521   +223

    A site I regularly refer to is as they have daily offers and sometimes you can pick up a real bargain. Saying that, its a UK site so its of no use to anyone outside the UK :(
    Just thought I would post to make the point that some sites have "specials" and you might find a cheap deal on one of those types of site
  7. Th3M1ghtyD8

    Th3M1ghtyD8 TechSpot Paladin Posts: 664

  8. lokem

    lokem TS Rookie Posts: 672

    Since you're in Singapore, there's this site that publish the price list from the shops in Sim Lim Square:

    It's quite a comprehensive list. Hope you'll find yer stuff there.
  9. svtcobra

    svtcobra TechSpot Paladin Posts: 761

    Your best buy right now is an AMD XP 1500 or 1600 processor. You cant beat the power and capabilities you get for 100-150.00.
  10. lokem

    lokem TS Rookie Posts: 672

    Let's do some calculations based on the pricelist from Hardwarezone (Singapore dollar):

    AXP 1500 : 1330Mhz / $225 = 5.91Mhz/dollar
    AXP 1600 : 1400Mhz / $230 = 6.08Mhz/dollar
    AXP 1700 : 1467Mhz / $249 = 5.89Mhz/dollar

    Guess we have a winner here... AXP1700.
  11. henrychieng

    henrychieng TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 19

    Thanks but i was looking at cheaper source! Hope to get some really cheap amd cpu! Anyway folks thx for all ur input i guess, there is no such things as really cheap! Sigh!
  12. boeingfixer

    boeingfixer TS Rookie Posts: 1,006


    Hey henrychieng,

    If they are selling for less than half the regular price, I would be very cautious about buying one. What happens if it is bad ? Can you return it, get your money back, will they stand behind their product ? If it is a private person, have they overclocked it and mabee ruined it ?? Is it a remarked CPU (I.E. FAKE )

    One solution may be to buy a Duron. Here in the states you can pick up the 1 Gig for under $75 US.

    If they are selling Athlons that cheap you should be able to get a Duron cheaper and spend the savings on other stuff like extra ram.

    If you have a good board you could start with the Duron get some extra's and buy a faster Athlon XP later.
  13. lokem

    lokem TS Rookie Posts: 672

    The prices quoted are the cheapest prices published in

    If you want 50% off the actual price for a CPU, I don't think that's a wise choice as stated by boeingfixer.
  14. henrychieng

    henrychieng TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 19

    Yap totally agree! Thx for the tips guys!
  15. boeingfixer

    boeingfixer TS Rookie Posts: 1,006

    Thats what we are all here for Henry, anymore help ?? Just ask.
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