We reported not long ago on the possibilities and methods for overclocking AMD's new socketed CPUs, and now Tom Pabst has put together an article detailing his experiences with overclocking these puppies. Short version: You can change the multiplier with ease via Asus's motherboard, and the Durons he's tried are consistently hitting 950MHz. The T-bird does 1.1GHz.
Tom's report is benchmark-fortified, too, so you can see what you'll get out of cranking 'er up. Neither of 'em is slow.
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