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AMD Athlon 2 X3 435 - PCstats.com AMD Athlon 2 X3 435
Thu, December 03 2009 | 12:03PM | PermaLink Feedback?
We're going to take a look at the new AMD Athlon 2 X3 435 triple core CPU and see if we can't unlock it's potential, then we're going to try and unlock that disabled core. You should know that unlocking that disabled core is a crap shoot and not every Triple core CPU can handle it. We'd venture a guess that as many as 50% of the triple cores are capable of unlocking and functioning. That usually comes at a cost, most often you lose a little OCing capability. Typically an unlocked core CPU that overclocks to 3.GHz will OC as high as 3.5GHz so you lose 300 - 400 GHz OCing capability but gain a core. Other triple core CPU's won't stabilize with the core unlocked. If you have a little luck and a board capable of the trick you might extend the already great value of affordable AMD CPU's. Even if it doesn't unlock the Athlon 2 X3 435 running a mere $87 dollars at launch is still an exceptional value for budget minded enthusiasts.
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Search for GIGABYTE Motherboard’s #1 Biggest Fan Contest - PCstats.com Search for GIGABYTE Motherboard’s #1 Biggest Fan Contest
Fri, August 27 2010 | 2:45PM | PermaLink Feedback?
www.pcstats.comGIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co., Ltd, a leading manufacturer of motherboards, graphics cards and computing hardware solutions is pleased to announce that Marc Bro Beier from Denmark is the winner of the GIGABTYE #1 Biggest Fan Contest, which means he will be receiving a 4 days, 3 nights all expenses paid trip to Taipei, Taiwan to witness first-hand the overclocking community’s largest event, the GIGABYTE Open Overclocking Competition 2010 worldwide final.

The Search for GIGABYTE Motherboard’s #1 Biggest Fan contest ran from May17th to July 31st, where fans on the GIGABYTE Motherboard Tech Column on Facebook (www.facebook.com/GIGABYTEmotherboards) had some pretty creative ways to show their love for GIGABYTE motherboards. Hundreds of fans participated, but there were several standout entries, with fans submitting pictures and videos of their systems, giving advice to other fans about system settings and hardware recommendations and generally creating a very supportive community atmosphere. This just meant that judging the winner was that much more difficult for GIGABYTE staff. Of course, there could only be one winner, and Marc clearly showed us his love for GIGABYTE motherboards, whether through his series of informative videos (http://www.youtube.com/user/DK12k), his often passionate, yet helpful suggestions to GIGABYTE, as well as his advice to other GIGABYTE motherboard fans. Congratulations Marc. See you in Taipei in September!

Congratulations to all of the winners. GIGABYTE would like to thank all the thousands of fans who have joined us on the GIGABYTE Motherboard Tech Column and for your continued support of GIGABYTE. If you haven’t become a fan yet, just visit us at www.facebook.com/GIGABYTEmotherboards. We are sorry we couldn’t make every one of you winners, but don’t feel too left out. There are still plenty of opportunities to win some great prizes from GIGABYTE. There are currently 2 GO OC spectator competitions where we give away lots of OC gear a guess the winner competition and a weekly lucky draw for guess the winner entrants.

To find out more about the GIGABYTE Open Overclocking Competition (GO OC) 2010, please visit the GO OC official website at: http://gooc2010.gigabyte.com/en/Default.aspx

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