AMD Phenom II X6 1100T Black Edition 3.3 GHz Socket AM3 6MB Cache Retail Box Processor £218.13 Delivered @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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AMD's latest flagship CPU has been released and is now available to buy/pre order.

Getting good reviews,, check these..

http://www.legitreviews.com/article/1481/14/
http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/hardware-canucks-reviews/38575-amd-phenom-ii-x6-1100t-black-edition-six-core-processor-review.html
http://www.overclockers.com/amd-phenom-ii-x6-1100t-review
http://www.guru3d.com/article/phenom-ii-x6-1100t-be-review/15


Product Description
Processor AMD Phenom™ II X6 Black
Unbeatable multi-core value with AMD Phenom™ II processors. They deliver The Ultimate Visual Experience™ for high definition entertainment, advanced multitasking performance, and power-saving innovations for smaller, cooler machines that are energy efficient.

Specification

Operating Mode 32 Bit Yes
Operating Mode 64 Bit Yes
Revision E0
Core Speed (MHz) 3300
Voltages 1.0-1.475V
Max Temps (C) 62
Wattage 125 W
Virtualization Yes
L1 Cache Size (KB) 128
L1 Cache Count 6
L2 Cache Size (KB) 512
L2 Cache Count 6
L3 Cache Size (KB) 6144
CMOS 45nm SOI
Socket AM3
Black Edition Yes
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#1
Nice kit for the price, would be interested for encoding but my quad has a bit more life in it yet!
#2
loopie
Nice kit for the price, would be interested for encoding but my quad has a bit more life in it yet!


Yeah same here, using Phenom II 965, this is the first 6 core I would consider buying as an upgrade becausce its faster in most common applications, encoding, and multimthreaded apps is loads faster than 965 and keeps up with the 965 in games aswell. Most reviews have this CPU reaching 4.2GHZ on air no problem, hmmm must resist though xmas is costing me a fortune lol

Edited By: Hanktank on Dec 07, 2010 13:44
#3
What board would you recommend for this Chip?
#4
My own personal view is to hold out until Sandy Bridge CPU's are released in January, with AMD's Bulldozer CPU's not scheduled for release until much later in the year, the current crop will be discounted, some heavily to compete with the new generation of Intel CPU's.

Also six core CPU's are overkill for 90% of users, most programs and games are still only utilizing two cores, so it's a false economy, especially if you're likely to upgrage again in a few years.

Edited By: demonite on Dec 07, 2010 16:39
#5
I am looking to upgrade my present Compaq sr1819uk (which I up graded with a Athlon 4300)
I use mostly for DTP & photo editing images up to 120mb So need Good board ,Processor, Ram, and graphic card and power supply . . My believe is "some things cost a little more for a lot more, and others cost a lot more for very little more" .. so am thinking around 400 to 500 depending on system I have a preference for AMD as they seem widely available at discount prices
#6
Not as good as lamdateks deal.£208 by them

Just Google it 8)

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