Cpu: 940 (Deneb)
MEM: 2x2GB CSX (N/A freq)
9:12AM: CPU-z failed running, retry.
9:47AM: 5920MHz stable (time to breakfast)
ทีี่มา http://www.erodov.com/forums/phenom-...ln2/14312.htmlDuring an event by AMD held at its facility in Austin, Texas, the engineers took an engineering sample of the unrealeased Deneb core based Phenom II X4, installed a copper-pot for liquid nitrogen cooling, and dropped the operational temperature to -185 °C. They then jacked up the vCore to 1.90V, to facilitate a clock speed of over 6.00 GHz!
At this point the exact frequency isn't known. Cameras weren't allowed at the event, and so no clear pictures were taken. But there are some pictures that u guys on [E] can check .
ที่มา http://www.pcper.com/comments.php?nid=6455Update: The Phenom II reached WELL over 5.x GHz (read: REALLY over) at 1.9v on liquid nitrogen (boiling point -321F/-196C at 1 atm). Testing looks to have been done on a Gigabyte 790GX motherboard that is currently available.
แถมคะแนน @4.0Ghz ที่มา http://markbench.blogspot.com/2008/1...ith-deneb.html
Our 1st benchmarks with Deneb
Cpu status: ES (over NDA)
Cpu name: Phenom II 940 (core Deneb, AM2+)
Motherboard: M3A79-T Deluxe (AMD 790FX+SB750 )
Memory: 4096 Mb CSX 1066MHz (DDR2)
Graphics: Gigabyte 4870X2 2048Mb @ stock
some websites have claimed it reached as high as 6.3 GHz. Other website are claiming “well over 5 GHz.”