AMD Phenom II TWKR Black Edition

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About the Product

The Socket AM3 Phenom II TWKR Edition is a 45nm quad Shanghai core Phenom CPU with AMD64 technology, and 3.2GHz processor frequency. Features 1 16-bit/16-bit HyperTransport 3.0 link (up to 4GHz system bus full duplex, 16GB/s I/O bandwidth), 2MB L2 cache (512KB per core), and 6MB shared L3 cache. Direct Connect Architecture allows for integrated DDR2 memory controller (up to 21.3GB/s dual channel memory bandwidth). Operates at 1.176V default voltage.

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Inside Hardware  --- Sep 01 '09
Neoseeker  --- Jun 30 '09
Neoseeker  --- Nov 03 '09
HardwareHeaven  --- Jul 07 '09
LegitReviews.com  --- Jun 30 '09
Overclockers Club  --- Jun 30 '09
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HardwareHeaven on Jul 07 '09

"As a demonstration of what handpicked Phenom CPUs can do the TWKR is a very impressive product. This high quality sample was able to achieve speeds well in excess of retail models on both standard..."

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LegitReviews.com on Jun 30 '09

"Reaching nearly 6.6GHz on a Phenom II X4 processor was an awesome experience and it just goes to show how far these cores can go with the right cooling. AMD has done a great job with the Phenom II..."

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Neoseeker on Jun 30 '09

"In conclusion, those getting their hands on one of these limited edition processors must make sure to exploit its potential. These units are not meant to be overclocked on air only. The potential..."

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Neoseeker on Nov 03 '09

"Colder is better! Replacing the dry ice by liquid nitrogen yields much better clocks. Check this out! How fast do you think we managed? 4GHz? 5GHz? ... 6GHz? "

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Overclockers Club on Jun 30 '09

"The fact that they can scale that much and that they can run without any glitch at such low temperatures demonstrates the sound engineering and the superior process that lies in each of the Phenom..."

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