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Wednesday, 19 March 2008 09:23

Phenom 9850 Black and 9750 listed

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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2.5GHz Black, 2.4GHz for 9750


A random
search on the Internet led us to the upcoming Phenom 9750 and 9850 listed at an American e-tail store.

AMD Phenom 9850 will come as a black overclockable edition, works at 2.5GGHz, has the TDP of 125W and it fits in socket AM2+. It should start selling soon and it will cost $302.99.

The second fastest in this line up is Phenom 9750 with the same TDP and 2.4GHz clock. It is not a Black Edition and it will sell for $278.99. 

Both CPUs come with free shipping. You can order 9850 here and 9750 here. (both links are slow)

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