yes, i believe so. 90nm support sse3 instructions. i think. and run cooler and less power consumption
I've been thinking about upgrading my PC, moving from an Athlon XP 2400 to perhaps an Athlon 64 3400.
In my search I find many Athlon 64's, some running at less Megahertz, that are "90 Nm rev E"
What does this "90 Nm rev E" label mean? I believe it has to do with a smaller die design in the CPU manufacturing process.
There is a 25% higher price for these chips Because of that, I'm leaning toward the older chips without this feature.
Would I be sacrificing performance or compatability by purchasing the non "90 Nm rev E" chip?