Welcome to Overclockers Forums! Join us to reply in threads, receive reduced ads, and to customize your site experience!
Also, we have learned that FX-62 should have 67 MHz higher clock to upcoming FX-60, e.g. 2.67 GHz clock speed - since AMD is changing the base of HTT from "200" to "333". µ
c627627 said:What I want to know is what speed is the 4200+ X2 going to be set at, I mean what does " Athlon 64 X2 3800+ will be replaced with a equally priced and similary clocked 4200+." mean? 2.0 GHz? 2.167 GHz?
All I could think of when I read the title was some terrible thing happening... I was like "How could they just junk a new socket?" And then I actually read you post .No more Socket M2!
Binman_UK said:I've been reading quite a few articles over the past day or two, and from what I understand, the clock speed of an AM2 X2 4200+ will be the same as that of a S939 X2 4200+. Price-wise, your guess is as good as mine... but if AMD are serious about switching people to a new socket, I'd hope they'd be a bit cheaper than their 939 equivalents . Perhaps this is just wishful thinking!
Yeah, I think so. 128/256bititude is almost certainly memory bus width, since longword width is stil 64 bits (as far as I know) for the new generation of A64s.Know Nuttin said:I thought the 128bit referred to the memory bus (dual 64 bit) when in dual channel?
Know Nuttin said:I thought the 128bit referred to the memory bus (dual 64 bit) when in dual channel?