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AMD Phenom II X6 1090T review roundup

AMD Phenom II X6 1090T review roundup

So AMD's new hexacore CPU range is official, it's cheap (comparatively speaking), but is it any good?  For that we turn to the bevy of launch-day reviews, and if you're the sort of person who sneaks a look at the last page of a book because they simply have to know the outcome, here it is: for the money, the Phenom II X6 1090T processor is threatening to give Intel's similarly priced chips something of a spanking.  More after the cut.

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AMD Phenom II X6 hexacore CPU gets official

AMD Phenom II X6 hexacore CPU gets official

AMD have officially launched their new AMD Phenom II X6 processor, the hexacore chip we've heard rumors regarding for several months now, together with the new AMD 890FX chipset to go along with it.  While the new CPUs aren't quite fast enough to take the speed crown away from Intel's Core i7 chips, AMD do hold the value card: the flagship AMD Phenom II X6 1090T Black Edition processor, for instance, is a 3.2GHz bargain at $285.

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AMD Turbo CORE auto-overclocks Phenom II X6 CPUs

AMD Turbo CORE auto-overclocks Phenom II X6 CPUs

AMD's rumored plans to take on Intel Turbo Boost have been confirmed, with the company quietly acknowledging that their upcoming hexacore processors will support a dynamic clock boost technology called AMD Turbo CORE.  Like with the Intel system, the six-core AMD Phenom II CPUs will be able to overclock up to three heavily-taxed cores by up to 500MHz, while the remaining cores are left idle (saving power and reducing heat output).

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iBUYPOWER adds AMD power to XLC gaming desktop line

iBUYPOWER adds AMD power to XLC gaming desktop line

AMD makes some great processors that gamers and all sorts of other computer users like to cram inside their machines. After years of AMD not being found in many machines thanks to some nefarious practice sat Intel, the AMD parts are now found everywhere. iBUYPOWER has announced that it is adding AMD-powered gaming machines to its line of gaming desktop computers.

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