WHAT: AMD has released a new AMD Phenom(tm) 9600 Black Edition quad-coreprocessor with Clock Multiplier Control and tunable performance. Thenewest Black Edition processor enables customizable platformperformance with AMD OverDrive(tm) software - the industry's mostcomprehensive Windows-based performance tuning utility.* Priced thesame as the recently launched AMD Phenom(tm) 9600 quad-core processor,the new Black Edition quad-core processor provides increased value andexpanded customization options to end-users.
WHY: AMD Phenom 9600 Black Edition processors offer end-users access toenhanced power, platform longevity and exceptional entertainmentcapabilities, whether they're building a new machine or upgrading theircurrent processor.WHO BENEFITS: With the AMD Phenom 9600 BlackEdition quad-core processor, AMD offers channel partners customizablesolutions to enhance the range of performance offerings for bothmainstream and enthusiast end-users. The new AMD Phenom 9600 BlackEdition processor offers gamers and sophisticated power users improvedscalability and unprecedented customizable performance levels to runmultiple processor-intensive applications simultaneously.JOININ: Introducing the AMD GAME! Wiki at www.gamewiki.amd.com - a spacefor gaming enthusiasts to share, learn and create. End users areinvited to share tips and tricks, post videos, show off their gamingsystems, and ask and answer questions.
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.
a buddy of mine has one of these at 3.08 .. but then again he is phase cooling
Phenom 9850 | Foxconn A79a-s | Visiontek 4870
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