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Old December 14, 2006, 07:32 PM
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"Hi lads,

I'm testing the Brisbane, and will inform you of the progress (as mine Internet connection allows me).
Here's CPU-Z and Core Temp shots:
CT 0.94 doesn't recognize CPU, and is showing funny temps! So its' safe to say that rev G is not just dumb shrink


I'm using Foxconn SLI 590 mobo, and it'll be interest to see how it'll handle 4800, 'cos of its half multy which are not supported by this mobo"





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Old December 15, 2006, 11:13 PM
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I've heard the 65nm shrink hasn't really improved much beyond power consumption - at least according to AT
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