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Another day, another minor variation on a familiar theme from AMD. By now you'll know our equally familiar refrain regarding the circa-2003 origins of AMD's performance PC processors, up to and including the latest Thuban sixcore models. But if AMD's underlying CPU architecture is ancient, even the latest derivatives are getting on a bit. The Phenom II X4 975 Black Edition is the newest chip in AMD's quad-core Phenom II range, but it uses the same old 45nm Deneb die first seen nearly two years ago. Okay, we're now up to stepping C3, and a few tweaks have been made along the way, but there's no denying that AMD's chips are woofers well past learning significantly new tricks. For the record, the 975 ups AMD's quad-core ante to 3.6GHz. That's a fairly inconsequential 100MHz increase on its progenitor, the Phenom II X4 970 Black Edition. The benchmark results are predictable to the point of monotony. Nevertheless, it's our duty to inform you that the 975 completes the R10 version of the Cinebench 3D rendering test in precisely one minute and one second. Funnily, that's exactly the same result we recorded for the 970, which tells you all you need to know about the 975.
By TechRadar, published 07-09-2011
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By SlashGear, published 05-03-2011
You can’t accuse AMD of playing favorites this week: there’s something new for both its power-users and more mainstream, mundane purposes too. The AMD Phenom II X4 980 Black Edition processor takes care of the former, a new flagship quadcore which comes unlocked for easier overclocking. Meanwhile, the AMD Radeon E6760 GPU is the company’s new embedded video chip, nonetheless capa...
By Bjorn3D, published 26-03-2011
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By HotHardware, published 24-02-2011
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By Bjorn3D, published 26-01-2011
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