Just arrived in Damage Labs: our first B3 Phenom, the new silicon revision with the fix for the TLB erratum.
This isn't just an early engineering sample, either; it's a sample of a new Phenom model that should be available soon. And get this: clock speeds are higher than current Phenoms. Could things be looking up for AMD? Stay tuned for a full review... soon.
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