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AMD Athlon II X2 240e & X3 435
If on the lookout for a budget processor, whether it be dual, tri or quad-core, there's no better place to look than AMD. The company recently released eight new models, and in total, nine current Athlon II's retail for under $100. We're taking a look at two such models here, the X3 435 and X2 240e, to see how much bang can be had for so little buck.
You can read our review here and discuss it here.
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