Sign up now Username Password Remember Me. Phenom II X4 3. PCMark 8 Home 3. With 2MB of L3 cache per core, this bests even the series. Less than two weeks later Intel responded by cutting its quad core prices.
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The Phenom II X4 810 & X3 720: AMD Gets DDR3 But Doesn’t Need It
With the ‘overvoltage’ jumper enabled the CPU Voltage max went from 1. Integrated GPU performance for graphics. Phenom II X4 n. Running with a MHz HT reference clock is impressive, but being limited to 1. PassMark Data courtesy Passmark. While physically the same die phenomm and transistor count of the series, these chips simply have some of the L3 cache disabled: S4 are both triple-core derivatives, once again they are physically the same die as the Phenom II X4 series, but this time with only 3 cores enabled.
AMD FX 3. With a 6MB L3 the series seemed like a good balance between L2 and L3 cache size, but going any smaller than 6MB could prove to be overly detrimental to performance. Phenom II X4 3. And we have to thank AMD for keeping the pressure on and making this possible. How efficiently does the processor use electricity? In game performance, phenoj systems were about even.
The table below shows what happened:. While physically the same die size and transistor count of the series, these chips simply have some of the L3 cache disabled:. The AMD Phenom II X4 processor has been floating around the test bench for over a month now and I’ve maxed it out with after market air coolers at 3.
AMD’s long anticipated move to socket AM3 is finally here, but it disappoints somewhat with reduced cache sizes and clock rates as well as entry-level performance.
The Phenom II X4 & X3 AMD Gets DDR3 But Doesn’t Need It
With 2MB of L3 cache per core, this bests even the series. If you haven’t already, I would strongly suggest reading that article in order to get the background information necessary about what was changed in Phenom II to make it so competitive.
Looks like the old overclocking friendly AMD processors are back and it is likely a fair number of AMD enthusaists will be back as well. A Phenom II X3 series die: After the Arctic Silver thermal compound thawed out enough for the pot to be removed there was a layer 80 ice around all around the CPU socket, but the motherboard was fine even after running with all the ice buildup. We’re in the midst of a price war folks, and at a time when the global economy is looking a little shaky this actually works very well for us.
Why i think so becas Post Your Comment Please a,d in or sign up to comment. A Phenom II X4 series die: The pheno, is right, though.
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On synthetic benchmark tests, the AMD-based system did better, while for photographic work, Intel clearly came out ahead. That means that we will have to revisit dry ice cooling down the road, but for now we are out of dry ice and have other articles that need to be written!
GeekBench bit Data courtesy Primate Labs. The series is a bit more unique, albeit not in a good way.
I suspect that between the Phenom IIand series AMD is able to use as much of a single wafer as possible, all through harvesting and by targeting different price points. Less than two weeks later Intel responded by cutting its quad core prices. Phenom II X4 0. The table below iii what happened: Let’s recap what’s happened. We really have to applaud both companies here.