4.1ghz pentium D article
by ramarc - 5/10/06 8:30 AM
TH reports the OC'd pentium D 805 can match or beat an x2 4800+ and an extreme 965.
"A short while ago we tested Intel's latest flagship processor, the Pentium EE 965 (Extreme Edition), which costs nearly $1,100 at retail outlets. Even this CPU, which still isn't available at too many locations, has to surrender first place to this stealth candidate. Things look the same for the top-of-the-line AMD processor, the Athlon 64 FX-60, which also fell behind in most of our benchmarking categories."