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AMD Phenom II X4 940 Black Edition Processor Review

In March 2008, AMD released the Phenom X4, as "the world's first true quad-core processor". Despite pre-release problems, the Phenom X4 Agena core, with a 64Kb + 64Kb L1 Cache, 512Kb L2 Cache, and 2MB L3 Cache, on die memory controller, and 65nm process, wasn't a bad CPU. It did lack the speed and power of the Core 2 Duo, but was at a lower price point, and was definitely an upgrade from the Athlon X2. Today I will be looking at the next generation of Phenom, the Phenom II X4 940 Black Edition. AMD has added some "umph" to the X4 to give it some more processing power. Will the X4 9 40 show up my first generation 9950 X4, the last of its generation? Read on to see! @ ThinkComputers.org

Printer Friendly(Author: Tazz - On Tue, Apr-28-2009)

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