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Thursday, 12 June 2008 14:00

AMD OverDrive 2.11 beta leaked

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Only for AMD's 7xx chipsets

The guys from Chilehardware have managed to get their hands on the leaked AMD Overdrive 2.11 beta.

The new Overdrive checks for the system specs when installed, so those that have Intel, VIA, Nvidia, or any other chipset shouldn't bother to install it. It works only with AMD 7xx series, but if it can squeeze additional overclock from that Phenom CPU, it's worth a try.

You can find the link and a bigger screenshot over at Chilehardware forums here.

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