AMD Athlon XP 3000+ review
Posted by Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 05/05/2003 06:00 AM [ 0 comment(s) ]
On the next four pages we'll show you some photo's we took of this product. The images where taken in 2560x1920 pixels and then scaled down. The camera used was a Sony DCS-F707 5.1 MegaPixel.
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It's clearly visible that the processor core is bigger compared to the previous thoroughbred CPU core. This likely is due to the increased cache size.
Photo from a different angle. Hey, we show it all ..
This is the backside of the CPU
I know I know ...
AMD releases their Athlon II X4 620 and 630. That first one, the 620 will be priced at sub 100 USD prices, meaning you get to enjoy and reap the benefits of multi-core processing for 100 USD. These are the cheapest quad-core processors to date.
AMD Athlon X2 7850 BE review
Today we test the Athlon X2 7850, the CPU has a respective clock speed 2.8GHz, a processor with 3MB of total cache, 512KB of the L2 variety per core and 2MB of shared L3 cache per chip developed under ASIC codename KUMA. To top it off, this processor will also be a Black Edition chip which overclockers should like very much.
AMD Athlon X2 7750 BE review
A test on the Athlon X2 7750 Black Edition processor. Phenom X2 anyone ? The product we are reviewing today is exactly that. AMD developed a new dual-core processor based on the TLB bug-free (B3) revision, under the codename KUMA. And quite frankly... it's a really interesting product, as for less than 79 USD/EUR you get to have quite a nice performing product with fairly nice clock frequencies. Yes... 79 USD.
AMD Athlon 64 FX-60 Processor
Three weeks ago AMD decided to unleash a new processor onto the high-end market. Of course we are talking about the new AMD Athlon 64 FX-60, the first ever dual-core processor in the high-end FX range of processors for the enthusiast PC users and gamers.