AMD Phenom II TWKR Black Edition Pro Reviews
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AMD Phenom II TWKR Black Edition Reviews6
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|LegitReviews.com||---||Jun 30 '09|
|Overclockers Club||---||Jun 30 '09|
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"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 and extreme cooling solutions and produce performance at levels we have never seen on the AMD platform. The lucky few who end up owning these processors should have a great time pushing them to their limits. For the rest of us we can hope to find retail models with similar characteristics."
"When it comes to AMD TWKR CPU itself is can be categorized as good starting point for attack at some of the overclocking world records. This CPU only shows how much potential is there in Phenom II architecture and how good those CPUs are. When it comes to competitive overclocking this CPU marks beginning of a new chapter in AMD history."
"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 processors and the TWKR edition processors really highlight that success."
"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 of these great chips can only be revealed by low temperatures. So to those who get the chance to play with one, I say: Have fun!"
"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? "