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  • AMD's Athlon Stepping Improvements
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    AMD's Athlon Stepping Improvements

    While CPU architectures are typically available for years, AMD and Intel tend to offer improved steppings throughout a product's lifecycle. We look at...

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  • AMD Phenom - A Second Try with the B3 Stepping
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    AMD Phenom - A Second Try with the B3 Stepping

    Good news! AMD's revised Phenom using the B3 stepping seems to be finished. We received a first sample and took a look at it.

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  • [CeBIT 2008] – Interview with AMD
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    [CeBIT 2008] – Interview with AMD

    The B3 stepping remedies Phenom's teething problems. Although its CPU division is stumbling, AMD is going strong with its HD video chips. The low shar...

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  • A First Look at AMD's Triple Core Phenom
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    A First Look at AMD's Triple Core Phenom

    AMD's triple core Phenom 8000 series won't be available before the 2nd quarter of 2008. We simulate Phenom 8000 performance using a Phenom 9900 at one...

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  • Overclocking Intel's Wolfdale E8000
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    Overclocking Intel's Wolfdale E8000

    We look at the 45-nm Core 2 Duo E8000's overclocking potential. We also focus on power consumption, simulating real-world applications with SysMark 20...

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  • Wolfdale Shrinks Transistors, Grows Core 2
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    Wolfdale Shrinks Transistors, Grows Core 2

    Intel's new 45-nm E8000 series is more powerful and more efficient than any other dual-core processor architecture on the market today. But just how g...

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  •  Intel Skulltrail II - Overclocking and Power Consumption
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    Intel Skulltrail II - Overclocking and Power Consumpti...

    Today, Intel launches the Skulltrail platform consisting of the Core 2 Extreme QX9775 processor and the Intel D5400SX motherboard. Here we look at the...

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  • Intel Skulltrail I - Feeling the Power of 8 Cores
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    Intel Skulltrail I - Feeling the Power of 8 Cores

    Not just small fries – Intel’s Skulltrail platform sports 8 cores running at 4 GHz each and uses a quad-core memory interface. Developed out of fear o...

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  •  Intel Skulltrail III - Eight against Four Performance Comparison
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    Intel Skulltrail III - Eight against Four Performance...

    A benchmark comparison between the 8-core Skulltrail system and a 4-core platform based on the QX9770. Which software can use the additional CPU cores...

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  • Comparing AMD CPU Efficiency
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    Comparing AMD CPU Efficiency

    We already compared performance per watt over four generations of Intel CPUs. Now we compare AMD's Sempron, Athlon and Phenom CPUs to see if efficienc...

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