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Originally Posted by PookeyheadStill... Over £600... not too bad really...
Originally Posted by Pookeyhead
I can't believe you didn't clock it!!! That's what I wanted to know!!
Originally Posted by -EVRE-
Just curious. The Opteron 170 is a 1mb cash per core 2.0ghz socket 939 chip. I have never seen any word of the socket 939 Opterons in the Bit-Tech news. I am running one now and love it. at $368 I'd say its a better buy than a 3800+ @ $330 usd. Good review always good to see AMD squish intel
The dual core processors are limited by the speed of our 16-speed LG DVD-ROM drive
Originally Posted by Da Dego.
If someone does go out and buy one to OC it, make sure you let us know how it performs!!!
Originally Posted by MarqueeI personally have been waiting for a refined version of the AMD 64 X2 technology. Might just get into it now. But what I am thinking is that the overclocking must suck hard with these new X2 chips. The privies flagship was 2.8Ghz. Although we are getting now two cores at 2.6Ghz I was kinda hoping for at least 2.8Ghz or aim even higher 3.0Ghz. My other question you guys is it possible to take a low end X2 chip and overclock it to 2.6Ghz. Like the 4400+. Its clocked at 2.2Ghz with 1Mb cache for each core. I really wonder if I can clock that CPU at 2.6Ghz.
Nice CPU though.
Originally Posted by MarqueeMy other question you guys is it possible to take a low end X2 chip and overclock it to 2.6Ghz. Like the 4400+. Its clocked at 2.2Ghz with 1Mb cache for each core. I really wonder if I can clock that CPU at 2.6Ghz.
Nice CPU though.
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