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Wednesday, 18 April 2007 09:43

Agena FX overclocks to 3 GHZ

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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On stock Vcore voltage


Agena is up and running and we learned that it can be a really nice overclocker. At stock voltage you can overclock the 2.5 GHZ native quad core part to at least 3 GHz. If you increase the voltage you will go even further. 


AMD is ready with the samples and the RD790 chipset is ready to go, but the company said that the Barcelona server part is first and then AMD will follow with Agena and Agena FX parts for consumers.


The good news is that overclockers will enjoy them.

 

 

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