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AMD FX brings easy overclocking, eight cores to desktop computing
Posted on 12-Oct-2011 18:16. | Tags Filed under: News.


AMD FX brings easy overclocking, eight cores to desktop computing
AMD has unleashed the AMD FX family of CPUs, delivering a fully unlocked and customizable experience for desktop PC users. The AMD FX series of desktop CPUs includes the first eight-core desktop processor, enabling extreme multi-display gaming, mega-tasking and HD content creation for PC and digital enthusiasts – for less than US$245 in the U.S.

This marks the first retail availability of processors that use AMD’s new multi-core architecture (codenamed “Bulldozer”), which is included in AMD’s upcoming server CPU (codenamed “Interlagos”) and the next-generation of AMD Accelerated Processing Units.

“AMD FX CPUs are back with a vengeance, as validated by the recent feat of setting a Guinness World Records for ‘Highest Frequency of a Computer Processor,’” said Chris Cloran, corporate vice president and general manager, Client Group at AMD. “While overclockers will certainly enjoy the frequencies the AMD FX processors can achieve, PC enthusiasts and HD media aficionados will appreciate the remarkable experience that AMD FX processors can provide as part of a balanced, affordable desktop system.”

All AMD FX CPUs offer completely unlocked processor clock multipliers for easier overclocking, paving the way for PC enthusiasts to enjoy higher CPU speeds and related performance gains. Additionally, these processors use AMD Turbo Core Technology to dynamically optimize performance across CPU cores enabling maximum performance for intense workloads.

Without spending a small fortune, users can combine an AMD FX CPU with an AMD 9-series chipset motherboard and AMD Radeon HD 6000 series graphics cards to create the AMD “Scorpius” platform for an astounding gaming and HD entertainment experience. As part of the “Scorpius” platform, AMD FX CPUs also support AMD CrossFireX technology, which allows the combination multiple graphics cards in a PC for stunning visual experiences, and AMD Eyfinity technology support for super resolution on up to six monitors.

With AMD CatalystControl Center / AMD VISION Engine Control Center, users can get regular updates to help improve system performance and stability, and to add new software enhancements.

FX-8150 8 cores 3.6 GHz (3.9GHz Turbo Core, 4.2GHz Max Turbo) AU$285 NZ$365
FX-8120 8 cores 3.1 GHz (3.4GHz Turbo Core, 4.0GHz Max Turbo) AU$235 NZ$300
FX-6100 6 cores 3.3 GHz (3.6GHz Turbo Core, 3.9GHz Max Turbo) AU$200 NZ$255
FX-4100 4 cores 3.6 GHz (3.7GHz Turbo Core, 3.8GHz Max Turbo) AU$129 NZ$165


More information: http://www.amd.com...

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