This week, overclocking enthusiasts have once again managed to push the boundaries of hardware far beyond their factory capabilities. Bulgarian enthusiast, I.nfraR.ed has managed to overclock the single core AMD Sempron 145 to 6636 Mhz. The CPU was released in 2010 and has a base clock frequency of 2800 MHz. Overclocking by I.nfraR.ed shows the capabilities of even the older line of processors and APUs out there.
Benchmark on Cinebench R15 is highest for the Sempron 145 and single core processors in general.
I.nfraR.ed has been performing top overclocking of AMD products for quite a while according to our friends over at overclockers.ru. Last weeks results were not a disappointment either, with the enthusiast living up to his reputation. The frequency of 6636 MHz had a score of 158cb on Cinebench and has set a new record in the HWBOT database.