What's particularly interesting about this chip is that OC Workbench was apparently able to get it up and running, and the processor appears to use AMD's rumored new model numbering system. A CPU-Z screenshot of the processor identifies it as an "Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core Processor BE-2350." According to rumors we heard earlier this month, the BE-2350 code corresponds to a 45W chip based on the "Brisbane" core and running at 2.1GHz. The 2.1GHz clock speed is confirmed by the CPU-Z screenshot, which also shows a core voltage of 1.152V. AMD is expected to introduce similar BE-2300 and BE-2400 models running at 1.9GHz and 2.3GHz, as well.