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AMD Phenom II X6 1075T, X4 970, X2 560, Athlon II X4 645, X3 450 & X2 265 CPU's - PCstats.com AMD Phenom II X6 1075T, X4 970, X2 560, Athlon II X4 645, X3 450 & X2 265 CPU's
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"For the X4 970 I was at 4.133GHz (206x20) and for the X2 560 I was at 4.154GHz (208x20). When it came to the X6 1075T the multi was locked so I had to rely on the reference clock. With a multi of 15x I knew I was limited but I dove in with an open mind. I raised the reference clock 15MHz at a time until I was no longer stable as before. To my surprise I was able to push the clock to 275MHz and boot but it was not stable enough to pass any tests. I slowly backed down the clock 1MHz at a time until I was Prime95 stable and to my amazement, that was at 270MHz on the reference clock! I did have to drop the HT and memory dividers to compensate but my final overclocked speed was 4.052GHz (270x15), which was a whopping 33% total overclock!"
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A-DATA Nobility N002 128GB USB 3.0 + SATA-II Portable HDD - PCstats.com A-DATA Nobility N002 128GB USB 3.0 + SATA-II Portable HDD
Sun, April 11 2010 | 4:03PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"USB 3.0 is capable of transferring data faster than the SATA II interface, so for the most part we expect to see performance that is on par with SSDs running similar controllers. So far we have not had luck with this assumption, but NEC has a new driver for their USB 3.0 controller and I am told it fixes the SSD shuddering issue with USB 3.0; we shall find out today. Previous experience aside, today’s article is all about the new N002 128GB USB 3.0 Portable SSD from A-DATA. A-DATA has been on a roll with their solid state products; just recently we reviewed their first SandForce controlled SSD, only the second we had come across with the new SF-1200 controller. The A-DATA N002 at first glance appears to be a standard SATA II Indilinx Barefoot based solid state drive. Once you get a glimpse of the side, though, you see the USB 3.0 power and data port and that is when things start to get interesting."
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