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Intel Lynnfield Turbo Mode and overclocking tested

Posted on Tuesday, September 22 2009 @ 03:02:03 CEST by

AnandTech published a followup on Lynnfield with a closer look at the Turbo Mode and overclocking potential of Intel's latest chip. You can read it over here.
The first thing many of you asked for were turbo off results between Lynnfield and Bloomfield. On top of that, some wanted results with the exact same memory frequencies. Bloomfield officially only supports up to DDR3-1066, while Lynnfield's memory controller is validated for operation at up to DDR3-1333. Clearly both will work at speeds up to and beyond DDR3-2000, but for stock comparisons I've always tried to stay within validated limits of the platforms..



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