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AMD FX processor takes Guinness World Record [Video]
posted September 21 2011 20:32.49 by Giorgos Lazaridis




For a friend of mine that is an AMD fan... On August 31, an AMD FX processor achieved a Guiness World Record with a frequency of 8.429GHz, a stunning result for a modern, multi-core processor. The record was achieved with several days of preparation and an amazing and inspired run in front of world renowned technology press in Austin, Texas.



[Link: AMDUnprocessed]
Tags: mods   world record   computer peripheral hacks   overclocking   pc related   extreme   insane   geek   
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