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May 08, 2011 As a result of the new microarchitecture and features, Sandy Bridge chips have different CPU socket pin counts compared to their predecessors
Apr 03, 2011 The Phenom II X6 1100T offers six 3.3GHz cores and because it is a Black Edition chip, it is multiplier unlocked
Dec 01, 2010 The 655K is based on the Clarkdale architecture, sports two 3.2GHz processing cores and is equipped with HyperThreading technology
Apr 26, 2010 Six 3.33GHz physical cores and HyperThreading technology give this processor the ability to execute 12 threads simultaneously
Mar 29, 2010 The Core i7 870 runs at 2.93GHz, uses the LGA 1156 CPU socket and costs $562. Is it worth the price of admission?
Mar 29, 2010 The Core i7 750 is a LGA 1156 processor packing four cores running at 2.67GHz each. It is produced on a 45nm fabrication process
Mar 29, 2010 The Black Edition processors target overclockers in the same way that Intel's Extreme Edition processors do.
Mar 29, 2010 AMD's Phenom II 905E is an energy efficient desktop processor and so helps to reduce your PC's power consumption
Oct 06, 2009 A mainstream monster in every department
Jul 06, 2009 When the original Phenom was launched, AMD’s processor performed reasonably well but wasn’t strong enough to pull people away from Intel’s Core line. We’re glad to say that things are now very different with the Phenom II lineup
May 11, 2009 The original Phenom was launched in 2007 and while reasonably priced, it didn’t have the innards to make it an alternative to Intel’s Core line. Flash forward to 2009 and AMD has launched its new Phenom II CPUs
Dec 09, 2008 Intel has been on a winning-streak ever since it unleashed its ‘Core’ processors. Not content with waiting around for AMD to counterattack, Intel continued to update its Core processors to boost performance and this trend has continued to this day