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More information: http://xtreview.com/addcomment-id-44...sor-Deneb.html
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That's a lot of voltage there. Not sure what AMD think they're doing to it.
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yeah, lots of voltage
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Mmm..it says it could be at 3.2GHz.

http://xtreview.com/addcomment-id-41...frequency.html
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Mmm..it says it could be at 3.2GHz.

http://xtreview.com/addcomment-id-41...frequency.html
Take that with a pinch of salt. Way too early to say for sure what speeds the 45nm Phenoms will run at.
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Obiwon Konbi your our only hope.....

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.....AMD......3.2Ghz......

OCN Member: Ah dang his circuits are fried.
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Mmm...If this can same harm to Intel then I am moving to AMD.
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Since CPUz can't read the clock speed, why would it be correct about the Vcore?
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Quote:
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Since CPUz can't read the clock speed, why would it be correct about the Vcore?
AMD could have locked it from people seeing the clock speeds or CPUZ doesn't know what it is yet, as it isn't in database.
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