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Thursday, 05 July 2007 16:55

E2160 hits 3.5GHz in our Bosnian lab

Written by Fudzilla staff

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Preview:
80€ CPU for a 94% overclock

 
As you probably already know, we're in the process of setting up a lab in Bosnia. It's a bit too early to say exactly when it will be up and running at full capacity but at least its a start. Rest assured that we will provide you with a lot more reviews form our Bosnian team in the near future. Vienna will still take care of the high end stuff, but we'll have much more low end and mid range products on test south of the border.

Bottom line, pretty soon you will have much more reviews to read, if all goes well of course.

We're kicking off with a simple but nonetheless interesting CPU review. The guys had a go at Intel's E2160 on an Asus P5B board. These two products are cheap even by Bosnian standards, but the results were impressive, a stable 3.5GHz overclock with off the shelf cooling and PSU. 

Stay tuned, the full review is coming soon.

 

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