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AMD RD890 chipset to improve Phenom II overclocking in late Q2 2009

Posted on Tuesday, December 30 2008 @ 22:11:25 CET by


Nordic Hardware reports AMD plans to introduce the RD890 chipset in late Q2 2009, this chip will be paired with the new SB800 southbridge and will improve Phenom II overclocking:
The RD890 will further build on the new and improved overclocking of AMD's processors and it is supposed to be an improvement over the RD790, which is still capable of bringing a Phenom II X4 945 higher then 6GHz. AMD will also bring Gigabyte Ethernet into the southbridge and support up to four graphics cards with 8x bandwidth each, or two cards with full 16x PCIe 2.0 bandwidth.

More USB and SATA ports, better and enhanced SATA support and speed, better power management, faster CPU-northbridge link, updated hardware monitor and many more things are to be expected when the RD890 chipset arrives in late Q2.



 



 

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