AMD ATHLON 64 X2 4800+ BRISBANE REVIEW BENCHMARK AND OVERCLOCKING
9 January 2007
Conclusion: It is obvious that main dividends from the introduction Of brisbane will obtain AMD . The reduction in area of processor core together with increase in the diameter of the utilized in the production semiconductor plates will make possible to reduce the prime cost of dual core CPU.
Excerpt: <img alt="AMD Athlon 64 4800+" src="http://oblogs.co.za/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/amd%20athlon%2064%204800+.jpg" /> AMD Athlon 64 X 2 4800+ dual core processor has brought a revolution in the world of technology.
Pros: Easy installation, Flexible, Hi-tech performance, Great speed, Cheapest, Lowest power cost, Highly portable, Direct access to memory controller
Conclusion: HEXUS first published its review of the AMD Athlon 64 FX-51 way back on the 23rd September 2003. More than a year and half later, with each successive release of faster models of Athlon 64 FX processors, AMD have simply ruled the roost as the ultimate processor for PC enthusiasts and gamers.
Summary: We are beginning our investigation of the desktop dual-core processors performance. In this review we are going to tell you everything about the AMD dual-core solution: general info, performance tests, overclocking experiments, power consumption and heat dissipation analysis.
Conclusion: Overall, the performance of the AMD Athlon 64 X2 4800+ is outstanding and what you're really getting is a 'dualie' packed into a single silicon die. AMD's Direct Connect Architecture is well implemented in the Athlon 64 X2 processor, giving it surprisingly good scalability.
Conclusion: If you're a regular user of multimedia applications then put the Athlon 64 X2 4800+ at the top of your shopping list. It provides excellent multitasking performance and is stronger than Intel's flagship Extreme Edition 840 in some of the most popular CPU-intensive applications, such as Adobe...
Pros: Incredible fast and stable, high score in all benchmarks