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Athlon X4 845 supports dual channel, oh well. It's still a crap cpu.

Dude seriously...

Either define your "crap" so we can understand why you said that, or keep such extreme and not argumented opinion to yourself.

At 65-75$, and based on the different bench this topic harbours, its performance improvement over kaveri & piledriver, you simply can't say "crap".
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Any new benchmarks @FlanK3r?
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Nothing, until I will be finish with 970 Pro Gaming review. So at least one week.
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Nothing, until I will be finish with 970 Pro Gaming review. So at least one week.

There are a lot of 970 Pro Gaming reviews, but none 845 reviews. You could get a lot more views with the lastest. Just saying (no offense)

PS: Wasn't this chip under NDA until today?
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I think not, because in some shops were Athlons listed. And information about x 845 was there month ago. Today was relased 7890k and athlon 880k (it could be great choice for fm2+ mainstream gaming desktop)
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post #67 of 234
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I think not, because in some shops were Athlons listed. And information about x 845 was there month ago. Today was relased 7890k and athlon 880k (it could be great choice for fm2+ mainstream gaming desktop)

Which is a better choice 845/860K/880K?
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Which is a better choice 845/860K/880K?

Athlon X4 845 needs to hit 4.2 - 4.3GHz (>= 120-123MHz BCLK) in order to match a Steamroller running 4.5GHz in everything. For newer Steamroller parts 4.5GHz is pretty much the average overclock on higher-end motherboards, but some of them can hit even higher (~4.7GHz). 860K / 870K / 880K will give you higher overall performance.
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Athlon X4 845 needs to hit 4.2 - 4.3GHz (>= 120-123MHz BCLK) in order to match a Steamroller running 4.5GHz in everything. For newer Steamroller parts 4.5GHz is pretty much the average overclock on higher-end motherboards, but some of them can hit even higher (~4.7GHz). 860K / 870K / 880K will give you higher overall performance.

OK, sure thanks for the help!!
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Athlon X4 845 needs to hit 4.2 - 4.3GHz (>= 120-123MHz BCLK) in order to match a Steamroller running 4.5GHz in everything. For newer Steamroller parts 4.5GHz is pretty much the average overclock on higher-end motherboards, but some of them can hit even higher (~4.7GHz). 860K / 870K / 880K will give you higher overall performance.

You are wrong.
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