Where can I buy an AXIA-core chip?
ANYWHERE but OCZ.safeshopper.net (Overclockerz.com). After both my own terrible experience here and reading about the experiences of many others, I refuse to patronize this store.
Please recommend any other store that might carry one.
since the AXIA stepping cpus have gotten so much attention, some resellers on pricewatch list if their athlons are axia stepping. just search for athlon axia 1.2 ghz or whatever and you'll find some stuff. also, do the same search on ebay.
http://www.bzboyz.com usually lists the chips code and has the supposedly "better" AYHJA core 1.4/266's for around 225$, they are local to me (Signal Hill) and allow will call which is pretty cool...
Plus he usually has the full Swiftech line in stock if ya want a screamin cooler with it.
[This message has been edited by thekingofpain (edited 06-25-2001).]
The retail box 1.2 GHz I recently ordered from Comp-u-Plus feature the AXIA core. Total cost including overnight shipping was under $175. Perhaps it would be possible to call to verify the core shipped, especially if you are looking for an OEM chip.
www.pcnut.com had them. I havent been there in a while though.
got one by total random chance at newegg.com
hope you find what your looking for, pricewatch is my perfered shopping method....
Hey Dputiger i don`t know whare you live , but if its the uk try http://www.scan.co.uk they have some great offers and the axia chip appears on the special of the day board quite a lot ...V Cheep.
I'm sure you can get them at local computer shows
I live fairly far out in the country. The closest local show is 70 minutes away by car.
I didn't see them at Newegg.com--am I missing something?
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