AMD Phenom 9600 with Clock Multiplier Control

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News Posted: Wed, Dec 19 2007 11:21 AM

Unleashed: AMD Phenom 9600 Black Edition Quad-Core Processor With Clock Multiplier Control

New AMD GAME! Wiki offers opportunity for gaming enthusiasts to share, learn and create

WHAT: AMD has released a new AMD Phenom(tm) 9600 Black Edition quad-core
processor with Clock Multiplier Control and tunable performance. The
newest Black Edition processor enables customizable platform
performance with AMD OverDrive(tm) software - the industry's most
comprehensive Windows-based performance tuning utility.* Priced the
same as the recently launched AMD Phenom(tm) 9600 quad-core processor,
the new Black Edition quad-core processor provides increased value and
expanded customization options to end-users.

WHY: AMD Phenom 9600 Black Edition processors offer end-users access to
enhanced power, platform longevity and exceptional entertainment
capabilities, whether they're building a new machine or upgrading their
current processor.

WHO BENEFITS: With the AMD Phenom 9600 Black
Edition quad-core processor, AMD offers channel partners customizable
solutions to enhance the range of performance offerings for both
mainstream and enthusiast end-users. The new AMD Phenom 9600 Black
Edition processor offers gamers and sophisticated power users improved
scalability and unprecedented customizable performance levels to run
multiple processor-intensive applications simultaneously.

IN: Introducing the AMD GAME! Wiki at - a space
for gaming enthusiasts to share, learn and create. End users are
invited to share tips and tricks, post videos, show off their gaming
systems, and ask and answer questions.

*AMD is not responsible for damages caused by overclocking (even when overclocking is enabled with AMD OverDrive(tm) software).

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 Man this makes upgrading very tempting.  I hear that 2.8GHz can be achieved easy, and a lot of people are getting 3ghz.  A lot of user reviews on newegg also say that their systems feel faster, and more responsive.  I wonder if that has anything to do with that L3 cache. 

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ryan92084 replied on Fri, Jan 18 2008 9:12 AM

a buddy of mine has one of these at 3.08 .. but then again he is phase cooling

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