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|11th May 2006, 08:59||#1|
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Pentium D 805 overclocked to 4.1Ghz - can it beat AMD FX-60?
With these results in hand, Intel wrests the overclocking crown back from AMD. The Opteron 144 lasted a long time as the leading best-kept-secret candidate for overclocking, but now lags far behind the Pentium D 805 - it's got only one CPU core, and runs 50 percent slower out of the gate.
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