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Tuesday, September 21, 2010
AMD Releases New Phenom II and Athlon II CPUs


AMD has just added nine new CPUs to its desktop processor lineup, including the Phenom II X6 1075T and the quad-core Phenom II X4 970 BE models.

Here are the new CPUs:





Phenom II
Athlon II
Model
X6 1075T
X4 970 BE
X2 560 BE
X4 645
X4 615e
X2 265
X2 250e
Clock speed
3GHz (Turbo 3.5GHz)
3.5GHz
3.3GHz
3.1GHz
2.5GHz
3.3GHz
3GHz
L2 cache (per core)
512KB x 6
512KB x 4
512KB x 4
512KB x 4
512KB x 4
512KB x 2
512KB x 2
L3 cache
6MB
6MB
6MB
n / a
n / a
n / a
n / a
Die size
346 square mm
258 square mm
258 square mm
169 square mm
169 square mm
117.5 square mm
117.5 square mm
TDP
125W
125W
80W
95W
45W
65W
45W
Estimated retail price
$280
$210
$116
$140
$163
$87
$87


It seems that the new Phenom II X6 1075T bridges the gap between the $200 1055T and the $300 1090T. Intel doesn't really have anything competing at that price point.

AMD's Phenom II X4 970 Black Edition is based on the Deneb core, meaning it's a native quad-core chip.


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