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AMD Phenom II X4 975 Black Edition

The Phenom II X4 975 Black Edition clocks in at 3.6GHz and provides an unlocked multiplier to aide in easy overclocking from the factory.

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Intel Sandy Bridge: Core i5 2500K and Intel 6 Series Chipset

Intel’s latest processor microarchitecture, Sandy Bridge, is finally here. The processor promises greater performance, and we put it to the test.

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Intel Core i7 2600K (Sandy Bridge) & DP67BG Motherboard

  The new 32nm Sandy Bridge Intel processor microarchitecture hits stores today with exceptional performance and a lower thermal output that previous Quad-Core CPUs couldn’t achieve.

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AMD Phenom II X6 1100T: Last Phenom II Six-Core Processor

AMD once again bumped up the speed of their Phenom X6 processor by launching the Phenom X6 1100T that is clocked at 3.3 GHz with 3.7 GHz Turbo mode. Stayed at 95W power envelope, this maybe the fastest Phenom II processor we will seen before next generation of CPU.

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AMD Phenom II X6 1075T

AMD fills the gap of their six-core Phenom processor with the release of the X6 1075T at $245. A relatively cheap six-core processor that offers consumers who need the processing bandwidth and multi-tasking capability. Let’s find out how it stands against other processors.

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IDF 2010: Sandy Bridge Revealed

  This summer, at IDF 2010, Intel revealed the newest processor microarchitecture: Sandy Bridge. We take a look at this brand new technology, expected to be released in 2011.

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AMD 65W Quad and Dual Core Processors: Phenom II X4 910e and Athlon II X2 255

The 2.6GHz quad core processor Phenom II X4 910e and the 3.1GHz dual core processor Athlon II X2 255 are latest AMD processor with 65W maximum TDP. Though they may not be performance leader, they do fit nicely into their appropriate niche.

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AMD Athlon II X2 240e & Gigabyte GA-MA790FXT-UD5P

AMD’s new relase of the Athlon II X2 240e Processor brings a new inexpensive dual-core chip to the stores. Its low 45W TDP rating brings lower temperatures and much lower power consumption that is perfect for a any HTPC setup.

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Leadtek Winfast PxVC1100

If you have the need to transcode a large volume of high definition contents, you must check out the Leadtek’s Winfast PxVC1100. It uses Toshiba’s SpursEngine to assist high definition transcoding and also enhances the video images. We put it against a Core 2 Quad processor running at 3.0GHz and …

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AMD Phenom X3 8750: Entering the Triple-Core Era

Thinking that having more cores would better? That is exactly what AMD is thinking. Today, AMD is once again being the first one on the market releasing the triple-core processor with their Phenom X3 8750. Does this processor can deliver a better performance than the dual-core processors, how does it …

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