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Velocity Micro Announces the Vision M35 Desktop

Discussion in 'News' started by Cristian_25H, Jul 16, 2013.

  1. Cristian_25H

    Cristian_25H News Poster

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    Velocity Micro, the premier builder of award winning enthusiast desktops, laptops, and peripherals announces the immediate availability of the Vision M35 desktop powered by AMD FX-9000 series processors. Specifically designed for gaming, enthusiast, and workstation applications, the Vision M35 boasts 8 unlocked cores of processing power at up to an amazing 5.0 GHz thanks to the AMD FX-9590 and FX-9370 processor options. Configurations start at $2,799.

    "AMD FX Processors have allowed us to reach that 5.0 GHz milestone that seemed so far away just a few years ago," said Randy Copeland, President and CEO of Velocity Micro. "With up to 5.0 GHz Max Turbo frequency, the Vision M35 is an absolute monster and a great representation of the Velocity Micro brand. We're thrilled to have been a part of AMD's launch of these amazing processors."

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    With the FX-9590 and FX-9370, AMD has created two of the fastest processors available for consumers, making them ideal for gaming as well as other enthusiast and workstation applications. By combining these new processors with premium GPU options and an expert build process, the Vision M35 is a desktop that absolutely crushes benchmarks. Specs of the FX-9590 and FX-9370 are as follows:
    • AMD FX-9590 - 8 unlocked cores, CPU Base 4.7 GHz, Max Turbo 5.0 GHz, 16 MB L2/L3 cache
    • AMD FX-9370 - 8 unlocked cores, CPU Base 4.4 GHz, Max Turbo 4.7 GHz, 16 MB L2/L3 cache

    All Velocity Micro desktops are hand built and supported in the USA. To custom configure an award-winning desktop featuring an AMD processor, visit VelocityMicro.com.
     
  2. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    They really do seem to have quite a few of these cpu's floating around.
     
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    Pitty they are using what seems to be an AC Freezer 7 Pro with that CPU. rest of the system seems pretty legit though.

    That particular cooler is better then a stock cooler but nowhere near as good as the more expensive CPU coolers which will definitely limit it when it comes to overclocking
     
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    That's just the pic/graphic they used- the standard cooler is an Asetek (H70 sized) AIO.

    Would be a heck of a feat if the Freezer Pro kept these monsters cool!
     
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    tigger I'm the only one

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    A freezer 7 pro cooled my e6300 at 1.57vcore and 3.9ghz, check the link in my sig.


    The chip in these costs about 40% of the whole price though.:eek:
     
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    Um... off topic but I configured a random computer...
    What's wrong with this CPU selection menu? LOL
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