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|MPN:||HDE00ZFBK6DGR||Processor Type:||Phenom II X6|
|Socket Type:||Socket AM3||Clock Speed:||3.3 GHz|
|AMD Phenom II is for high definition entertainment, gaming, creativity, and beyond. With AMD Phenom II processors as the foundation, you'll enjoy a level of responsiveness and visual intensity. AMD puts high definition computing within everyone's reach.Enjoy a superior high definition experience for HD videos on your PC. AMD Phenom II processor is the powerful engine behind your fidelity, high definition video entertainment experience. Only AMD puts the Ultimate Visual Experience for HD video within your reach.Get HD content online, offline, wherever you want it, however you want it. Your system can handle whatever you dish out - and serve it up on screen in full, high definition glory.Combine AMD Phenom II processors and ATI Radeon HD graphics to really see the difference. Enjoy smooth video, brilliant videos and immersive games. AMD unleashes visual clarity and responsiveness for what you want to do.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||109580232|
|Product Key Features|
|Processor Type||Phenom II X6|
|Socket Type||Socket AM3|
|Additional Product Features|
|Multi-CORE Technology||Six CORE|
|Processor Model||Phenom II X6 1100t|
|MAX. Operating Temperature||62°C|
|Architecture Features||64-Bit Instruction Set Support|
|Level 1 Size||128KB|
|Manufacturing Process||45 NM|
|Installed Size||L2-6 X 512 Kb-L3 6MB|
|Compatible Slots||1X Processor-Socket Socket AM3|
|Cooling Component(s) Included||None/Processor only|
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AMD Phenom good! AMD vs Intel not so good!
I bought an AMD for the sole purpose to get away from Intel. I bought a Phenom based on its actual 6 cores, clocking ability, and the bad reviews of the new Bulldozer Architecture. I decided to build a Leo/Scorpius platform cross by using AMD Phenom, 990fx motherboard, and AMD Radeon HD 6xxx series video. The Phenom seems pretty capable and easily clockable. (4.3 on air cooling) However, unfortunately at this point AMD just seems light years behind Intel in capabilities and if they can't do better than Bulldozer they are not going to catch up! Further more, in keeping the platform consistent I went with Radeon HD 6770 video cards even though I have a board capable of SLI. This was a mistake! Radeon makes a decent card but nowhere as capable as my Nvidia's and it seems that Microsoft, and others, write their software around Nvidia because even something as simple as Windows Aero faults when using Radeon. I have 20 years computing experience and operate a local computer store so I know about drivers etc. and can tell you the problems lay where I am pointing. In summary, the Phenom is very decent but AMD just simply cannot keep up with Intel. I have a 2 year old Intel i7-870 system with Nvidia GT240 video that can trounce the new system even running at a slower clock with half the ram.
Six cores, but perhaps a bit of a trade-off with core speed?
More cores is always better than less cores, but I was expecting more speed per core. It's curious, compared to a Phenom X4 2.4GHz I'm only seeing about a 20% speed increase per core with the video tasks I do, cycles-for-cycles I'd expect each core of a 3.3 GHz CPU to be 37% faster than a 2.4 GHz CPU. A benchmark I performed on it does agree with the benchmarks I can find online, about 68% faster per core. Perhaps video tasks are unusually difficult even for a Phenom II? With multi-threaded processes having six cores really makes a difference. Power usage is a tad high though, don't skimp on cooling.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: cn10017224864
Great upgrade for an aging AM3 system.
For my aging system this was by far the best upgrade that I have done and could do. This will keep me from having to upgrade to a entire new PC for years to come. If you are looking at a AMD Phenom II X6 1100T, make sure you have a good cooling system and good thermal compound. I am using a stock AM3 copper base fan cooler with Arctic Silver 5 and getting idle temps between 25C-35C. The fan spins up and temps slightly rise once any load is applied. For advanced users, BIOS tweaks can improve fan noise and performance. I am considering adding a liquid cooling system to further improve noise and performance.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: jkworley
Nice Six Core CPU...
Bought this item from Russia used, and it was very nice and cool six Core CPU. Cooler than my previous CPU which is an early version 940 which run at 3.0 GHZ but unlocked. I've set this CPU at 3.7 GHz which have an overclock of 400 MHz...
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: just_text