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Originally Posted by CupboardOn a different note, I suppose that if they are having problems with these processors at high clock speeds, overclocking is going to be rubbish?
Originally Posted by Shadow_101Good Read.
Although I wouldnt say Im a fanboy, Ive always tried to use Green team. Im disappointed that there not brining out anything special anymore. I cant see my next system being a AMD :(
Originally Posted by [USRF]ObiwanI agree, my last intel system was a pentium 133. I always looked at the bang for the bucks. And right now its Intel all the way.
Originally Posted by JumpingJackTim, reading the article we all can sense your frustration and disappointment. As a matter of correction to ensure the facts are there, AMD does not support SSE4 insructions, only 4 of the 41 are available on this CPU, AMD calls it SSE4A but it is not the complete instruction set.
Originally Posted by Tim SHey Jack, thanks for this - while I was at the event, AMD referred to it as "SSE4" support but having just gone through AMD's technical documentation for Phenom, you're right that it's referred to as SSE4a. I'll correct that part of the article now.
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