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Friday, 27 July 2007 10:05

AMD shows 3GHz quad core

Written by Fudzilla staff

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To selected chaps in San Hose


According to our friends at The inquirer and Anandtech AMD has showcased Agena Quad core CPU at 3 GHz. The funny part is that both magazines got the same pictures of AMD engineering sample at 3GHz at 32 bit windows VISTA and the picture of the machine that is suppose to be Agena system powered with three R600.

AMD need to calm down the market as everyone is concerned about the new AMD future. We told you a few months ago that even the previous revision of K10 CPUs could hit around 3 GHz but only a few from each wafer.

You can check the parts here and here.
 

  

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