Originally posted by $CyBeRwIz$
[B]The model number on AMD CPU's is supposed to represent what speed Pentium IV it equals up to. eg.
2000+ = P4 2.0GHZ
2500+ = P4 2.5GHZ [/B]
Ehh... that is not true. Although this is the way the PR rating was first marketed, it really reflects the speed of that CPU compared to an AMD Athlon Thunderbird (the first socket A CPU's) running at that clockspeed.
So an Athlon 2600+ running at 2.08Ghz performs about equal to a AMD Athlon Thunderbird running at 2,5Ghz.
BTW... your memory FSB is lower than your CPU's FSB is. Although this can work fine, it's a huge performance hog. If you can spare the money, go out and buy some new memory (I'd go for PC3200 or better and overclock that Athlon 2600+ sky high )