Wednesday, November 4, 2009

AMD Phenom IIX4 965 Black Edition Takes On Intel !

In order to slide in a new core revision, AMD releases new Phenom IIX4 965 Black Edition processor. In this upgrade, you have a few advantages than earlier versions. The company has refined its 45nm DSL SOI process and revised the core from C2 to C3 and reduces the current leakages and making this same 3.4GHz (17 x 200MHz) 938-pin AM3 socket chip "just" 125W, rather than the previous 140W.

The overclocking potential of the AMD is directly proportional to how cool it can run. The main reason for announcing this processor is to boost up the sales, as Intel scurrying away at 4.2 to 4.4GHz with its latest D0 Core i7 920s and most Lynnfields.
The processor supports DDR3 MHz and it is available with HyperTransport overclocking.

Features & Benefits
•    Smoother faster experience, even when running complex software application with native
•    Multi-Core Technology
•    Scaled performance to conserve PC power with HyperTransport® 3.0 Technology
•    Hear your music, not your PC with AMD PowerNow!™ Technology (Cool’n’Quiet™ Technology)
•    Prevent the spread of certain viruses and strengthen your network integrity with Enhanced Virus Protection (EVP)*