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Old 05-11-07, 12:13 AM   #49
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At least I have plunty of time to save money for a Agena FX 2.6Ghz 4x4 System if it proves to be crazy.
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Old 05-11-07, 01:00 AM   #50
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Christmas? Damn.
Phenom FX processors > next few months.
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Old 05-11-07, 01:16 AM   #51
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Christmas? Damn.
Yes, according to the Daily Tech article (3rd post on this page).
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Old 05-11-07, 03:36 AM   #52
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I would take a couple of 2900XTX if they were 50% faster then the 8800Ultra,but the reality is they are as fast a a 8800GTS and the 8800GTS wins in a lot of the benchmarks like Stalker ,I hope AMD next CPU is faster then the Core 2 DUO Quads ,but I have my doubts even on this.
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Now, I speak english only- but I can read those numbers just fine. Would you pay $400 for the XT if these scores are true? I would.
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Old 05-11-07, 10:20 AM   #53
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Phenom FX processors > next few months.
Yep thats the one I am interested in. I wonder how well these puppies overclock. Anyone reckon you can get a 1000mhz overclock out of them?
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Yep thats the one I am interested in. I wonder how well these puppies overclock. Anyone reckon you can get a 1000mhz overclock out of them?
Wouldn't surprise me. You can get about a 1.2Ghz oc from the Brisbane X2 3600. So why not? Hopefully you'll get the same from the Phenoms.
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But that's a low end CPU. My X2 4800+ only did 400MHz over the default clock using water cooling. Compare that to the current C2Ds...
Your old 4800 was on 90nm. Try using one of the 65nm Brisbane parts and you'd probably get close to if not at or exceed a 1GHz oc.
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That's true. Where do the current AMD X2 like the 6000+ usually max out using air or water cooling?
Around 3.2gHz. A whopping 200mHz overclock.

And actually, even if the high-end AMDs were on a 65nm process, they still probably wouldn't overclock as high as some of the lower models. That's just the way this thing goes.

As an example: In most cases, you can overclock an E6300 to 3.2gHz from 1.8gHz. ~1400mHz overclock. Most X6800s won't overclock over 3.6gHz from 2.9gHz--~700mHz overclock.

Now the increased cache might have a little to do with that, but I feel that in most cases the above holds true.
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f**k me 512KB L1 cache for each core neither wonder they scream, considering Intel are still using 32KB L1 cache thats a huge diffrence and the Athlon uses 128KB L1 cache.
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cant wait for these to come out
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f**k me 512KB L1 cache for each core neither wonder they scream, considering Intel are still using 32KB L1 cache thats a huge diffrence and the Athlon uses 128KB L1 cache.
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