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Friday, 11 May 2007 08:19

AMD Barcelona up and running

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HardOCP has picture proof

Kyle Bennet over at HardOCP has taken a couple of snaps of two different Barcelona based systems at an event in California. There's one single CPU and one dual CPU system pictured.

Both systems are powered by a quad core AMD Barcelona processor, although no clock speeds were given for either system. According to the post, the dual quad core system was encoding a 1080p trailer of Spiderman 3 into H.264 and was doing this close to real time.

Both systems also had a Radeon HD 2900XT graphics card in them.

You can see the pictures and read the original article here

On a funny side note, it seems like the Chinese language site Hardspell is trying to pass Kyle Bennet as AMD's CTO Phil Hester. Babelfished version here
Last modified on Friday, 11 May 2007 09:04

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