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AMD Phenom II X6 1055T & 1090T Six-Core Processors Review

Author: MAC
Date: April 26, 2010
Product Name: AMD Phenom II X6 1055T & 1090T Processors
 
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Overclocking Results



Due to severe time constraints we won't be wow'ing you with our extensive overclocking endeavours, but here is what we were able to achieve in a short period of time:


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Admittedly, during this last second overclocking endeavour, the SuperPI run was done with only one core, but it was stable enough to run the across all cores (just didn't have the 20 minutes to spare). It is not stable enough to pass our rigorous stability suite though. What we want to leave you with though is that this result was done with the worst (barely though) of our three chips, so you can put to rest any worries that these new hexa-core processors wouldn't be excellent overclockers.
 
 
 

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