WOF: Do you know what your CPU's clocked at?

By Julio Franco ยท 182 replies
Jul 23, 2011
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  1. seventries

    seventries TS Rookie

    and not once ive seen an amd 64 x2 5200+ (2x2.6ghz)..
    thats what i have had since 2007

    replaced the mobo, its am2+..
    could anyone tell me what the fastest cpu would be i could get atm?
    the mobo is an msi k9a2 cf
    i know i know, google.. but u ppl are fast n reliable.. i hope
    i on the other hand.. am not.. atm
  2. Core i7 2600k overclocked to 4.5 Ghz.
  3. I7 970 3.2ghz (OC -4000 mhz)
  4. AMD Phenom II X4 @ 3806.6MHz
  5. AMD Phenom II x4 940 Black Ed. quad core 3.0 Ghz. I know cuz I just upgraded and my old mobo didn't support the new CPU and had to get a new one <_<

    lesson learned: read/research BEFORE you buy!

    P.S. Im not on my computer right now. =P
  6. i7 950 @ 3.2 Ghz Only because its hot out otherwise it's at 3.8Ghz
  7. AtaliaA1

    AtaliaA1 TS Rookie

    on July 23, 2011
    12:15 AM

    Phenom II X4 965BE 3.4GHz.

    The way I see it, the gamers are the backbone of the computer hardware market as they're the ones constantly buying new processors, video cards, cases, CPU coolers and all that performance candy. I believe that as long as the PC gaming industry is alive and well, so will the computer hardware industry be here to stay.
    Well, that's nice. I think that the consumer prebuilt, school, industrial, and government markets spend more money on hardware than gamers. Then there's the mobile segment.
    I really don't think you're all that significant in keeping the computer industry alive.

    You didn't think that one all the way through. PC Gamers upgrade and change video cards every 2yrs. or so, Inthusiest will change every 6 months. Govrnmt. and Schoold buy on a 5 and 10yr. basis. Soooo.

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