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Thursday, 15 November 2007 17:01

Phenom 2.4GHz up and running

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Warsaw AMD event: In Overdrive


AMD showcased a bunch of Phenom's in AMD 790FX motherboards, and after a few people made room for us, we took a picture for your viewing.


We won't go in details, but a 2.4GHz Phenom quad core is up and running, and if you pair it with the AMD 790FX chipset and two to four Radeon 3870 graphics cards you have yourself quite a fast gaming machine.


Here is what it looks like in Overdrive and we can tell you that it will overclock, at least some.

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