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AMD Phenom performance scaling charts unveiled

Posted on Monday, April 21 2008 @ 12:41:49 CEST by

Part of the very common PR propaganda, the slides below detail AMD's own tests determining the performance scaling of its tri- and quad-core Phenom processors. Covering office productivity, digital media and gaming performance, the tests were conducted with a system powered by Windows Vista Ultimate and consisting of a Gigabyte 780G motherboard, 2GB of RAM and a Western Digital 400GB drive.

As you can see, the B2 revision Phenom 9600 is the reference processor with the B3 Phenom 8x50 and 9x50 being the focus 'points' as they are included in AMD's main offer.

You can check out the slides at TC Mag and Donanim Haber also has some entertaining slides from AMD.



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