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AMD Phenom 9600 processor 2.3 GHz 4 MB L2 Box

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Phenom 9600, Quad Core, 2.3GHz, 4Mb cache
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Short summary description AMD Phenom 9600 processor 2.3 GHz 4 MB L2 Box:
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AMD Phenom 9600, AMD Phenom, Socket AM2+, 65 nm, AMD, 2.3 GHz, 4 MB

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AMD Phenom 9600. Processor family: AMD Phenom, Processor socket: Socket AM2+, Processor lithography: 65 nm

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Reviews
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2011-07-30 03:21:57
Uk has collected 26 expert reviews for AMD Phenom 9600 processor 2.3 GHz 4 MB L2 Box and the average expert rating is 65 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Uk to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
65%
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itreviews.com
Updated:
2011-07-30 03:20:51
AMD has priced its new Phenom 9600 to match Intel Core 2 Q6600 but it loses the battle in every respect. The Intel processor has better performance, draws less power and overclocks like a dream, which leaves little reason at this stage to consider buy...
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expertreviews.co.uk
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2011-07-30 03:20:53
AMDs first quad-core processor has been a long time in the making, but the Phenom is finally here. AMD is keen to stress that this is the first true quad-core design; Intels Core 2 Quad is essentially two dual-core processors in one package. The...
60%
techradar.com
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2011-07-30 03:20:58
In simple terms, there are two routes to processor performance. Either crank up the clockspeeds or build an architecture that can crunch lots of instructions in a single clock cycle. Unfortunately for AMD, the new Phenom falls flat on both counts.Not m...
Good Slightly faster than older chips...
Bad Unjustified price, Poor performance...
Bottom line In simple terms, there are two routes to processor performance. Either crank up the clockspeeds or build an architecture that can crunch lots of instructions in a single clock cycle. Unfortunately for AMD, the new Phenom falls flat on both counts.Not m...
70%
pcauthority.com.au
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2011-11-06 08:56:12
A smartly engineered processor, but for today’s applications it’s lacking in bang per buck. AMD’s Phenom X4 integrates four cores onto a single die, each having access to both an individual 512KB cache and a shared 2MB L3 cache. It...
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goodgearguide.com.au
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2011-11-06 08:56:28
Lets get this out of the way first: AMDs Phenom micro-architecture isnt going to produce results as fast as Intels Core 2 micro-architecture, especially not against Intels 45nm-based chips, but it sure as heck is competitive against Intels 65nm-b...
Good Four individual CPU cores, integrated memory controller, power management for each CPU core and the memory controller, runs on any AM2 and AM2+ motherboards...
Bad Slower performance than Intels competing Core 2-based chips The Final Word Those of you who already own an AM2-based AMD motherboard can give your PCs some added punch by upgrading to a Phenom 9600 quad-core chip. Sure, its not as fast as an Intel Co...
Bottom line Those of you who already own an AM2-based AMD motherboard can give your PCs some added punch by upgrading to a Phenom 9600 quad-core chip. Sure, its not as fast as an Intel Core 2-based CPU, but its still a very decent product, which also has plenty...
80%
impulsegamer.com
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2014-03-31 04:09:10
Joel Williams8.9The battle between AMD and Intel have once again come head to head with both companies launching a plethora of different CPUs in order to dominate the market. A few years ago, the Dual Core CPU was the preferred CPU, however now both...
89%
tbreak.ae
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2016-12-29 09:55:12
Its a classic Hollywood script- AMD, the underdog, came out of nowhere with the Athlon64 and captured the hearts of the enthusiast and a reasonable market share from the 800lbs gorilla that Intel is. Not only did AMD do well on the desktop but even the...
Bottom line I recently asked an Intel employee how they felt about AMDs true Quad-Core architecture compared to Intels two dual-cores stuck together. I liked his answer- "Show me the performance improvements or energy efficiency. We will introduce a native Quad...
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HEXUS.net
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2016-12-29 09:55:12
The goliath that is Intel can do little wrong at the moment. It came back with a bang with the new Core microarchitecture almost 18 months ago, followed that up with consumer-oriented quad-core processors over a year ago and has successfully launched...
Bottom line the new Phenom quad-core processor and 7-series chipset pack in some potent technology. Trouble is, Intel got there first. You need to be better than the competition if coming from behind: AMDs new launches arent quite that. HEXUS.awards We reserve...
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Techreport.com
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2011-07-30 03:20:56
The Phenom 9600 Black Edition has been knocking around in Damage Labs for a while now, and Im afraid I havent done it justice. The Black Edition is an intriguing product in a number of ways, because its a relatively affordable quad-core processor wi...
Bottom line Based on what we saw from our Phenom 9600 Black Edition, I wouldnt expect to see astounding overclocks out of these chips—at least not all of them. Of course, overclocking headroom is never a sure thing, and you might have more success than we did...
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fudzilla.com
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2011-07-30 03:21:01
We had a chance to play with Phenoms 9600 unlocked Black Edition and it failed to impress us, at least when it comes to overclocking. Back in November, yours truly managed to overclock engineering sample 9900 from 2.4GHz to 2.8 GHZ stable and 2.915GH...
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tbreak.ae
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2011-07-30 03:21:05
Its a classic Hollywood script- AMD, the underdog, came out of nowhere with the Athlon64 and captured the hearts of the enthusiast and a reasonable market share from the 800lbs gorilla that Intel is. Not only did AMD do well on the desktop but even the...
Bottom line I recently asked an Intel employee how they felt about AMDs true Quad-Core architecture compared to Intels two dual-cores stuck together. I liked his answer- "Show me the performance improvements or energy efficiency. We will introduce a native Quad...
0%
computershopper.com
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2011-07-30 03:21:11
AMDs Phenom, the companys long-awaited 65-nanometer quad-core successor to the dual-core Athlon X2, has finally arrived. AMD enthusiasts hoping that the company would steal the performance crown back from Intels Core 2 chips will be dis...
Good Socket AM2+ design enables upgrade path for Athlon X2 users; inexpensive for a quad-core CPU; independent memory controller simplifies overclocking; paired with inexpensive, low-power-usage motherboard chipset...
Bad Slower performance with comparably priced Intel Core 2 Quad chips; SSE4a multimedia instructions incompatible with Intels SSE4 instructions; erratum in first chip models slows operations...
Bottom line Though faster in multicore-aware programs than most dual-core chips, AMDs first round of Phenom processors fall behind Intels quad-core offerings...
63%
Behardware.com
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2011-07-30 03:21:23
December 3, 2007 Launched in September 2003, the Athlon 64 was a true success. AMD had an architecture that was extremely efficient compared to its rival, Intel, whether it was in terms of brute performances or performance / power consumption ratios...
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extremetech.com
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2011-07-30 03:21:26
Today, you can actually go out and buy . As noted in his earlier , AMD is shipping its Phenom 9500 (2.2Ghz) and Phenom 9600 (2.3GHz) CPUs. A Phenom 9600 will set you back about $275—not too shabby for a quad-core CPU. In fact, that $275 puts it in...
Good Rich feature set and potentially good tweaking capability.
Bad Seems a little pricey for CPUs that are still only modest performers.
Bottom line New BIOS updates cure stability issues, making the M3A32-MVP a solid choice for Phenom users...
50%
pcmag.com
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2011-07-30 03:21:29
Phenom is here. Today, you can actually go out and buy AMD "true quad core" Phenom CPUs. As Jason Cross noted in his earlier Phenom preview, AMD is shipping its Phenom 9500 (2.2Ghz) and Phenom 9600 (2.3GHz) CPUs. A Phenom 9600 will set you back about...
Good Four cores on a single die. Potentially efficient multicore scaling.
Bad Lower performance than the equivalent Intel CPU.
Bottom line Phenom is finally here, but seems six months late and still a work in progress...
50%
neoseeker.com
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2011-07-30 03:21:34
Phenom 9600: Good for Upgrades, but is it worth it for new systems? Finally we are able to bring you some Phenom benchmarks! After Phenom launched a few weeks ago, we were able to get our hands on a Phenom 9600 2.3GHz Quad Core processor and I did ext...
Bottom line We wish to thank NCIX for lending us the Phenom 9600 and motherboard we used in this review. Testing the Phenom 9600 has been interesting. The BIOS and CPU-Z agreed on the speed of the processor, but AMDs Overdrive utility showed the "actual" speed a...
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pcper.com
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2011-07-30 03:21:42
Today marks one of the most pivotal days in AMDs recent history -- the launch of their new desktop core architecture to replace the ever-lasting and ever-loved Athlon 64 core. Since 2003, the on-die memory controller and 64-bit addressing have made...
Bottom line I have no doubts that many readers of this review fill find it disappointing that AMDs Phenom processors were not competitive with Intels high-end quad-core processors. Its hard to hide my own disappointment as I personally really wanted AMD to do...
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Techreport.com
Updated:
2011-07-30 03:21:51
If youre reading this article, chances are you already know at thing or two about Phenom processors. After all, theyve been in development for years, and AMD has been talking about them publicly for quite some time. In fact, weve even reviewed the e...
Bottom line The Phenom quite obviously isnt a bad CPU design, given the way it performs on a per-clock basis and how its performance scales from one to four threads. In many cases, its enhanced execution cores crank out some solid gains in instructions per clock...
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