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Who the hell cares about turbo frequencies? You'll just disable it anyways.

I never understood why people use this "Turbo" crap as bragging right... My God, WHO CARES.

"Buh buh my procezzor has twin turbozzzzzzz~!!!!!1!!!"
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Quote:
Originally Posted by 8ight View Post
4100MHz turbo? These procs better be well binned.
They should clock very high,considering the die-shrink.Their C3 AM3 chips are hitting 4.0 easily now,so a die-shrink should be less voltage and higher clocks.
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post #33 of 59
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Originally Posted by BizzareRide View Post
Who the hell cares about turbo frequencies? You'll just disable it anyways.

I never understood why people use this "Turbo" crap as bragging right... My God, WHO CARES.

"Buh buh my procezzor has twin turbozzzzzzz~!!!!!1!!!"
I sense major jealousy in this post
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post #34 of 59
Fake. Look at the model numbers.
What we've been hearing is more of an "FX-8000, FX-6000, FX-4000". Not "2000, 3000" etc.

In any case if this is true I can understand the low base frequencies... look at the high turbo frequencies; I'm assuming the turbo frequencies are for all 4-8 cores being boosted at once

Also what kind of nuthead would test this on a computer named "angelica-PC" or a 32-bit OS on 16GB RAM
Edited by xd_1771 - 4/25/11 at 2:23pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by 4Brand View Post
Because they're engineering samples. I think we'll see a rise in clock speed for the final BDs.
Seeing as how this information pertains to the OPN, I doubt they'd give us a bunch of fake model numbers with fake frequencies just for an example, one would have sufficed.

Those are going to the the retail lineup unless this information is proven fake.

3.3+ at least on all the turbos? Looking good to me..

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Fake. Look at the model numbers.
What we've been hearing is more of an "FX-8000, FX-6000, FX-4000". Not "2000, 3000" etc.

In any case if this is true I can understand the low base frequencies... look at the high turbo frequencies; I'm assuming the turbo frequencies are for all 4-8 cores being boosted at once
Let's see..LGA775 socket..Celeron, Celeron D, Pentium, Pentium D, C2D, C2Q, C2E.

I guess companies have never released different series or model numbers on the same socket before.
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Hmm Turbo Boost/core (w/e it is for AMD)? .. Please correct me if I am wrong but isn't it useless for regular users in Win 7 since the OS "juggles" workloads most of the time?

Well that's what Tom's said in some article.. I'd love to know more facts please.
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post #37 of 59
Since this is an engineering sample, I can expect the release product to be full of win, just like AMD has been.
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post #38 of 59
Quote:
Originally Posted by BizzareRide View Post
Who the hell cares about turbo frequencies? You'll just disable it anyways.

I never understood why people use this "Turbo" crap as bragging right... My God, WHO CARES.

"Buh buh my procezzor has twin turbozzzzzzz~!!!!!1!!!"
Its good to see what we can expect about overclocking?
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Originally Posted by xd_1771 View Post
Fake. Look at the model numbers.
What we've been hearing is more of an "FX-8000, FX-6000, FX-4000". Not "2000, 3000" etc.

In any case if this is true I can understand the low base frequencies... look at the high turbo frequencies; I'm assuming the turbo frequencies are for all 4-8 cores being boosted at once

Also what kind of nuthead would test this on a computer named "angelica-PC" or a 32-bit OS on 16GB RAM
Thats ES model numbers. Doesnt mean its retail.
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How does one obtain an ES?
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post #40 of 59
someone obtain an es by being involve in the development of the product ... maybe some board partner testing bios support and such ....
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