AMD's Sempron 3300+: 90nm Budget Computingby Anand Lal Shimpi on April 18, 2005 2:10 AM EST
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The Semprons are much stronger gaming performers than the Celeron D, showing their might in newer games like Doom 3, but the gap closes as we move to older games like UT2004 and Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory. Regardless, the Sempron is still the better gaming CPU of the two. However, there's a huge performance gap between the Semprons and the low end Athlon 64s.
Unreal Tournament 2004