AMD 1100T Black Edition

Yet more speed from AMD CPU family

Author: Jouni 'Jipa' Vasama
Published: 28.12.2010
Manufacturer: AMD
Product Group: CPUs
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It's a long while since we last had our last CPU-review, so it's about time we caught up with what's new on the processor front. Last time we had CPUs around, they were the new Athlons and a dual-core Phenom from AMD, but this time we aim a bit higher, and take a look at the latest quad-core Phenom - the X4 970 Black Editions. We also take a dive in the 6-core Phenom family in the form of the original 1090T as well as the newer 1075T and brand new top of the range 1100T processor.


AMD 1100T Black Edition - Yet more speed from AMD CPU family

  Phenom II X4 970 BE Phenom II X6 1075T Phenom II X6 1090T BE Phenom II X6 1100T BE Athlon II X4 640
Core Deneb Thuban Thuban Thuban Propus
Clock speed 3,5 GHz 3 GHz 3,2 GHz 3,3 GHz 3 GHz
L2 Cache 2 MB 3 MB 3 MB 3 MB 2 MB
L3 Cache 6 MB 6 MB 6 MB 6 MB -
TDP 125 W 125 W 125 W 125 W 95 W

The quad core Phenom 2's are all based on the Deneb-core, while the 6-cores are Thubans. Inside these chips are very similar, except ofcourse for the different number of cores. All the Phenom chips have 512 kB of L2 cache per core and a shared L3 cache of 6 MB. The clock speeds vary from 1075's 3 GHz to 970's pretty impressive 3,5 GHz. The TDP of all Phenom CPUs is specified at 125 watts.

For good measure we also ran the performance tests on a fast quad core Athlon. Compared to the Phenoms the difference with the Athlon CPUs is the lacking L3 cache, and in this case also lower TDP of 95 W.

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