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    AMD NEW 45nm Athlon x2 5000+ UNLOCK QUAD-CORE + L3

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    AMD NEW 45nm Athlon x2 5000+ UNLOCK QUAD-CORE + L3
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    "F10 + A" all ammo?

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    omg ! this cpu its only for china ? i don't hear of it release

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    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819103716

    should be this 45nm 5000x2...58usd
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    A gift from gad...........

    un freekin believable....

    might get some ddr2 just to give it a try
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    Insane! $50 dollar Quad core with L3.
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    Nice! I think I might get one and push it.

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    Does cpuz report it as a fx-5000 quad core?...lol
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    Everything is on the SS!

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    fake?

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    There's already a thread on it. The difference here is that he got a respectable 940 BE level overclock out of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DedEmbryonicCe1 View Post
    There's already a thread on it. The difference here is that he got a respectable 940 BE level overclock out of it.
    On SingleStage?...or Stock Sink?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeepBeep2 View Post
    On SingleStage?...or Stock Sink?
    I would say single stage, look at the temps.(0c)
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    Quote Originally Posted by hstuehmeyer2000 View Post
    I would say single stage, look at the temps.(0c)
    Temps are broken and read 0 when ACC is enabled. ACC is used to unlock the chip.
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    What ACC value are you guys using?

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    Which BIOS settings do you use to beat 3.85GHz? O_o Any MoBo mods?

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    damn thats really cheap for a quad
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