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CPUsBlack Edition From home , Headed by thePhenom II 955 Black Edition Whose price is falling, has become a good example of the company's flagship models, and has made it possible to overclock without needing expensive core components. About two years ago, as an experiment, Intel launched the "Pentium E6500K In China, A processor that combined an open product with a low price. The experiment succeeded, and later on Intel also launched processors based on the E-Nehalem Owners of an open product Also marked with the "" tagK", And currently, the processorSandy Bridge The company's strongest,Core i7 2600K, Also comes with an open product, and assists in setting world records.
Now, too AMD Joining the celebration, With its processors,Llano Which contain a combination of 4 processing cores and a graphics core that even allows easy games. Like Intel, the names of the processors with the new open products from home AMD Will contain the extension K: God- 10.0pt; Arial "," sans-serif ";"> and-A6-3670K. At basic frequencies of 3GHz and 2.7GHz, Respectively, the processors differ in the graphics core only: the first contains 400 Processors United by a frequency of 600MHz, and the other contains 320 Processors Unified in the frequency of 444MHz. By the way, the processors do not support the "Turbo Clock, As if inviting AMD The users perform Overclock Themselves instead.
Despite the potential of the processors, it is not entirely clear whether they will catch the market. Because even at high frequencies of 4GHz (Processors from home AMD Have had trouble getting more than that), processors are not breaking performance records, and it's hard to see how overkluckers from around the world will choose these processors over processors Intel, Such as the, To computer systems designed for game enthusiasts or for other uses that require massive processing power. The series may even create internal competition within AMD, With theBulldozer, Which will come in advance with an open product. Either way, the two processors will reach the end of 2011, hoping that you can rely on the company's schedule.