Saturday, January 27th 2007

AMD 6000+ released

Although the AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ wasn’t expected until the 20th of February, the company’s last X2 high-end processor before it begins to use its next generation architecture is out now. The processor uses a 90nm process and runs at 3.0GHz, with 1MB of L2 cache. It is essentially the socket AM2 equivalent to the FX-74, although this is slightly more expensive at the moment. Newegg is selling the processor for $599 and it is in stock at present, whilst Buy.com has set a price of $685.99 but it is sold out at the moment.Source: DailyTech
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33 Comments on AMD 6000+ released

#1
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
InfDamarvel said:
If would have been better if AMDs 65 nm had helped with o/cing. Then people could buy this and hit 3.4ghz and stuff lol.
they already hit 3.4ghz on the fx62 so i think 3.6ghz is not outta the question on these chips but it will require some powerful air cooling
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#2
Casheti
zekrahminator said:
Casheti, what have I told you about the rules for trolling/flaming companies you don't like?
That it's very good?
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#3
Zubasa
cdawall said:
remember 4ghz p4s :roll: still 3ghz native is pretty niec you have to admit and will do well in people who dont oc's computers
The 4GHz P4 last around 10 mins before it catch fire:D
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#4
error_f0rce
Casheti said:
That it's very good?
LMAO, your memory seems to have failed you Casheti. I have a feeling Zek might give you a gentle "reminder" :laugh:
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#5
Casheti
error_f0rce said:
LMAO, your memory seems to have failed you Casheti. I have a feeling Zek might give you a gentle "reminder" :laugh:
Mmmmm, me too ;)
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#6
Casheti
Zubasa said:
The 4GHz P4 last around 10 mins before it catch fire:D
Because they're so amazingly powerful that they can't work properly therefore they catch fire. Intel is just too powerful...
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#7
MrSeanKon
cdawall said:
so i think 3.6ghz is not outta the question on these chips but it will require some powerful air cooling
I agree :)
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#8
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
Casheti said:
Because they're so amazingly powerful that they can't work properly therefore they catch fire. Intel is just too powerful...
crazy intel lovers :shadedshu

notice how my old school A64 130nm beats almost all p4s ever :D
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