AMD ‘clocks’ FX processor at 8.429-GHz

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By eeNews Europe

The record was set on Aug. 31, 2011, in Austin, Texas, by a team comprised of overclocking specialists and AMD technologists. The previous record was 8.308-GHz.

The processor, which adhere’s to AMD’s Bulldozer architecture, is due to become available commercially in 4Q11 and will include an unlocked clock frequency multiplier giving customers freedom to take the clock above the recommended limit.


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