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Thursday, 19 April 2007 10:01

Some Barcelona K10s to have 45W TDP

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Slower clocked parts


AMD native quad core still has a good fighting chance. At 65 nanometre this native quad core AMD can hit 45W TDP and again challenge Intel with its energy efficient designs.


The core that can hit this TDP will be clocked to 1.9 GHz or less but it's still impressive. Some parts will have 68W TDP. This is also true for Agena FX, it will also be capable of similar platformance.


Again this means that these parts will be super overclockable after all, and overclockers should be looking forward to them.

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