Polywell Announces Support For New AMD Athlon™ XP Processor 3200+ With Quantispeed™ Architecture
SAN FRANCISCO, CA --
Polywell Computers, Inc. today announced the Poly 880NF3 computer powered by the new
AMD AthlonTM XP processor 3200+ with QuantiSpeed™ architecture. The Poly 880NF2 is based on the Nvidia Nforce2 chipset optimized for a 400 front side bus and utilizes TwinBank memory running at 128-bit mode at 2x 400DDR bandwidth with 8X AGP for graphics.
The AMD Athlon XP processor with QuantiSpeed architecture is designed to provide the optimal performance needed for computation-intensive applications, providing IT managers with a high standard in platform stability and reliability and home enthusiasts with exceptional performance for gaming and digital audio and video.
“The Poly 880NF3 powered by the AMD Athlon XP processor 3200+ achieves the extraordinary productivity that home and business users need for an ultimate computing experience,” said Sam Chu, Marketing Director of Polywell. “The 128-bit memory running at 2 x 400 MHz DDR works with the 400 front side bus of the AMD Athlon XP processor I/O and in conjunction with the two 10,000RPM WD SATA drives, makes this system run tops in performance among the competition.”
“The award-winning PC’s offered by Polywell Computers provide home office users, as well as small and medium-sized businesses, an excellent choice in custom systems,” said John C. A. Morris, AMD Athlon brand manager at AMD. “Polywell’s 880NF3 system featuring the AMD Athlon XP processor 3200+, with its advanced 400 front side bus and commanding performance on a variety of industry standard benchmarks, should be very well received by technology customers who want a truly high-performance PC.”
The Poly 880NF3 with 1G memory, 72G Dual 10,000RPM SATA drives, Nvidia GeForceFX 5800, 128M 8X AGP Graphics, 19” Monitor, CDRW, DVD, and Windows XP Professional prices at $2199.
About the AMD Athlon™ XP Processor
The AMD Athlon XP processor features QuantiSpeed™ architecture and support for AMD's 3DNow!™ Professional instructions for enhanced multimedia capabilities. Depending on the core, AMD Athlon XP processors feature either 384KB or 640KB of on-chip, full-speed cache. The
AMD Athlon XP processor is compatible with AMD's Socket A infrastructure, and supports the 400, 333 or 266 front-side buses (FSB). AMD Athlon XP processors are manufactured using AMD's 0.13 micron copper process technology in Fab 30 in Dresden, Germany.
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Founded in 1969 and based in Sunnyvale, California, AMD (NYSE: AMD) is a global supplier of integrated circuits for the personal and networked computer and communications markets with manufacturing facilities in the United States, Europe, Japan, and Asia. AMD, a Standard & Poor’s 500 company, produces microprocessors, Flash memory devices, and silicon-based solutions for communications and networking applications.
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