FreiDOg said:Generally, better overclockers than most of the standard 89W parts.
The 35W parts are certainly lower voltage chips, but other than that are identical to the 65 and 89W (or or 62W in the case of the Semprons) parts. (I think the 35W SFF parts are 1.2-1.25 or maybe 1.2-1.3V instead of 1.35-1.4 for the standard models)
The 65W parts I don't know the voltage. It's likely less than the 89W parts, but given the lor power dissipation of the 89 / 110W S939 X2s they may just be cores that exhibit really low leakage.
I any case, it's fairly unlikely the low power parts will be on the SiGe + SMT process we're seeing with the highest clocked parts (like the 3ghz Opterons, the FX60 or FX62). Meaning the low power chips probably won't have great top end (3+ghz reliably) overclocks you might iwth high speed 'power be damned' lines.
kirbyrj said:From another thread...