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AMD Phenom X4 Tested On RD790 Board

VR-Zone has captured a CPUZ screenshot of the quad core Agena (Phenom X4)
processor running on ATi RD790 board. Agena is 65nm, AM2+ based with 4x512KB L2
and 2MB shared L3 cache. This Agena processor is clocked at 1.8GHz and is B-0
revision which is an EVT sample for SVID testing only. However,
we can expect DVT samples for performance and compatibilities testing around end October timeframe with clock speed above
2GHz. AMD roadmap revealed that there will be two Phenom X4 models at launch
later this year; GP-7100 and GP-7200 with clock speeds between 2-2.2 and
2.2-2.4Ghz respectively.

VR-Zone has captured a CPUZ screenshot of the quad core Agena (Phenom X4)
processor running on ATi RD790 board. Agena is 65nm, AM2+ based with 4x512KB L2
and 2MB shared L3 cache. This Agena processor is clocked at 1.8GHz and is B-0
revision which is an EVT sample for SVID testing only. However,
we can expect DVT samples for performance and compatibilities testing around end October timeframe with clock speed above
2GHz. AMD roadmap revealed that there will be two Phenom X4 models at launch
later this year; GP-7100 and GP-7200 with clock speeds between 2-2.2 and
2.2-2.4Ghz respectively. You can check out the full Phenom roadmap

here
.

INQ
has showed us earlier how a Phenom logo could possibly look like so hopefully we
can see this logo in the next CPUZ update 🙂

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