AMD Hardware Review Roundup

ixbt Labs-AMD Athlon II X4 645, AMD Phenom II X4 970, AMD Phenom II X6 1075T
Let's start from the bottom. The Athlon II X4 645 is probably the most predictable addition. As you remember, this series consists of quad-core models which differ from the Phenom II X4 by having no L3 cache. Such processors have compact cores and can be decently overclocked at keeping heat dissipation at moderate levels. As the process technology matures it traditionally yields new models, each adding 100MHz to the previous maximum clock rate. So chances are we'll also see the Athlon II X4 650 3.2GHz and the Athlon II X4 655 3.3GHz. But that might be it, because a new core shall have been readied by that time.

eTeknix-AMD Radeon HD 6850 CrossFire Video Review
Today, we show you exactly what kind of performance increase you should be expecting with two Radeon 6850's in a CrossFire configuration. We generally found that you will gain an extra 50-80% in performance, whilst maintaining some money left in your wallet.

Ocinside-890FX Deluxe4
The ASRock 890FX Deluxe4 motherboard came with a manual, several quick reference guides with the already mentioned BIOS setup guide, one DVD, four SATA data cables, two SATA power cables, one floppy cable, one IDE cable, one 3.5" USB3.0 frontpanel, one ATX I/O shield and one chipset fan with srews and tool for an optional installation.

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

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