The quick eyes at The Inquirer spotted a nice tidbit of information released by Gigabyte accidentally.  They revealed the clock speeds of two of AMD’s upcoming 6 core CPUs in a BIOS update that were enough to determine the clock speeds with the help of the leaked CPU list. Unfortunately what was not leaked were MRSPs for the CPUs so the pricing is still a bit of a mystery.  We can be sure that it will be less than the $999 Intel is charging for the Core i7 980X.

“According to an accidental leak from AMD partner Gigabyte we now know that the Phenom II X6 1035T will have its six cores set to 2.6GHz, while the 1055T model will be set at 2.8GHz.

It is starting to look like AMD’s highest-end six-core processor, the Phenom II X6 1075T, will be clocked at 3.0GHz.”

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