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Friday, 14 March 2008 21:48

Tri-Core Phenom 8600 tested

Written by Eliot Kucharik
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Exclusive Preview: Shocker, almost as fast as Quad

At CeBIT 2008 we had a chance to test a Phenom 8600 with the J&W RS780UVD-AM+ board. We could not do an extensive test, but it should give you some impressions.

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Overclocking:

As expected, this B2 stepping CPU is running at the same speed as the 9600. While we have a Black Edition which can change the multiplier, overclocking on this Tri-Core is limited. Also the BIOS was still beta, so we could only do overclock with FSB @ 230MHz.

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