Microsoft released, and later pulled, a hotfix update for Windows 7 for PCs that were running on AMD's Bulldozer processors. The hotfix was made to boost performance on PCs running the processor.
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The same person who broke the PC desktop processor overclocking record has done it once again, pushing up the clock speed of an AMD Bulldozer processor to 8.5848 GHz.
A new CPU overclocking world record, 8.46151 Ghz, has been set using the same AMD "Bulldozer" FX-8150 processor that was used to set the previous record earlier in 2011.
A slide from processor maker AMD shows that the company is expecting better performance from PC games on its new Bulldozer eight core chip on Windows 8 than the current Windows 7 OS.
Today AMD is launching its new FX processors comprised of the flagship FX-8150 along with the FX-8120, FX-6100 and FX-4170 processors. Eight cores or not, AMD will keep working the value angle...
Several signs point towards another delay in AMDs Bulldozer platform, at least for the desktop versions. Inside sources say that the processors will be delayed until Q4 2011.
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AMD still has not launched its Bulldozer platform, but many are wondering what kind of performance the platform will have. Apparently, we now have an answer. Donanim Haber got hands on a recent engineering sample,...