November 16, 2011

AMD Release Processors Holder "World Record"

Processor manufacturers, AMD launched four AMD FX series processors for desktops. The series processors with four to eight core allows users to enjoy multi-display extreme gaming, multitasking, and makes high-quality content definiton.

Chris Cloran, corporate vice president and General Manager, Client Group states AMD CPUs AMD FX re-emerged with greater processing power. "Even the world record in Guinness World Records for the Highest Frequency of a Computer Processor"

Four new AMD series are:

1. FX-8150: 8 core, 3,6 GHz CPU base (3,9 GHz Turbo Core, 4,2 GHz Max Turbo)
2. FX-8120: 8 core, 3,1 GHz CPU base (3,4 GHz Turbo Core, 4,0 GHz Max Turbo)
3. FX-6100: 6 core, 3,3 GHz CPU base (3,6 GHz Turbo Core, 3,9 GHz Max Turbo)
4. FX-4100: 4 core, 3,6 GHz CPU base (3,7 GHz Turbo Core, 3,8 GHz Max Turbo)

Chris explains all of the CPU clock multiplier is offering open so its overclocking process easier. As a result, users can enjoy a higher CPU speed. To optimize the performance of antarcore CPU, AMD processors are also using Turbo Core Technology.

To be able to feel the gaming or entertainment experience, users can connect it to the CPU to the motherboard chipset AMD FX AMD 9 Series graphics cards and AMD's Radeon HD 6000 to create a platform AMD "Scorpius".

As part of the platform "Scorpius", FX also supports AMD CPUs AMD CrossFireX technology, which allows the combination of multiple graphics cards in the PC for a stunning visual experience, and technology support AMD Eyefinity for a resolution of up to six monitors.

With the AMD Catalyst Control Center / AMD VISION Engine Control Center, users can get regular updates to help improve system performance and stability, and to update the software.


MR.W said...

i loke this proccesors!

MR.W said...

sorry my mind is like not loke!

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