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AMD Phenom II X6 1090T Black Edition 3,2GHz Socket AM3 Box

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AMD Phenom II X6 3,2 GHz Black Edition är en kraftfull hexa-core-processor för socket AM3. Lanserad 2010.
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  • PC för Alla: Sexkärnig AMD stark i prisklassen

    Med sex kärnor och stöd för smart intern överklockning är AMDs senaste processor en riktigt pigg sak för en ambitiös datorbyggare, utan att kosta alltför mycket.

    9 år sedan
  • AMD Phenom II X6 1090T Black Edition

    Fördelar:
    + Sex kärnor, + Priset, + Prestandan, + Bakåtkompabilitet

    Nackdelar:
    - 980X är bättre, - Minnesprestanda

    Sammanfattning:
    Som en naturlig fortsättning av TechSwedens senaste processorrecension av Intels sexkärniga 980X är det nu dags för oss att se vad den sexkärniga värstingen - med den betydligt snällare prislappen - från AMD, kan prestera.

    2 år sedan
  • AMD Phenom II X6 1090T Black Edition review

    Plus

    • Awesome multi-threading for the money
    • Surprisingly good overclocking headroom

    Minus

    • Not the best gaming chip ever made
    • The 1055T is better value

    Conclusion
    At last, an AMD Black Edition chip worthy of the name. But slightly overpriced.

    9 år sedan
  • AMD Phenom II X6 1090T 3.20 GHz

    Plus

    • Six physical cores
    • Lots of computing power in multithreaded applications
    • Turbo Core implementation
    • Compatibility with older chipsets
    • Low operating temperatures
    • Overclocking potential

    Minus

    • Price somewhat higher than Core i7 860
    • Not the best choice for hardcore gamers
    • Massive increase in power consumption and heat output when overclocking

    Conclusion
    Without any doubt, Phenom II X6 1090T is the best thing AMD can offer based on their current K10.5 architecture. It is my belief that it will be very hard to squeeze even more out of it before the new Bulldozer architecture comes out. Six phsical cores running cool at reasonable power consumption and on top of that clocked almost sky high. Backward compatibility is a major plus here, enabling AM2+/AM3 users with older chipsets to do a simple and straightforward processor upgrade. Performance wise, Phenom II X6 1090T meets the expectations, matching and exceeding performance of AMD's fastest quad-core Phenom II X4 965 and its competitors Intel Core i7 920 and 860. If you do a lot of video editing or 3D rendering you will be very pleased as these are by far the strongest points of this processor, thanks to good multithreading optimizations. In single threaded tasks 1090T still manages to outperform AMD's other offerings, but it rarely matches the performance of Intel's Core i7. Overclockers should also have a ton of fun with these processors, as they offer solid overclocking possibilities, if you have decent cooling and a quality power supply with abundance of power. The only bad thing with Phenom II X4 1090T at the moment is its price tag. The MSRP stands at $295 but prices in stores currently start at $310, possibly due to short supply, making it harder for 1090T to compete with the slightly cheaper Core i7 860. In terms of theoretical raw performance, Phenom II X6 1090T can match or even outperform (video/3D applications) Core i7 860, but currently Intel has the upper hand due to the lower price tag, lower power consumption and a bit better overall performance.

    9 år sedan
  • AMD Phenom II X6 1090T review

    Plus

    • Six cores for quad core money
    • Slots into existing motherboards
    • Excellent number-crunching
    • Overclocks easily to 4.0GHz

    Minus

    • Game performance second to Intel i7
    • Turbo CORE not so clever
    • No increase in L3 cache for the extra cores
    • Only dual channel DDR

    Conclusion
    AMD have got their selves into the six core market with an impressive CPU, but if you are looking for a gaming CPU, then Intel still rule this roost

    9 år sedan
  • 9 år sedan
  • AMD AMD Phenom II X6 1090T review

    Far cheaper than Intel's first six-core effort, but it's still too expensive given its all-round performance.

    9 år sedan
  • AMD Phenom II X6 1090T Black Edition 3.2GHz Six Core CPU

    Conclusion  AMD has positioned itself as the price/performance leader. They have inexpensive components positioned at almost every level. This should be pushing them into people's systems, but for any of you that were around in the K6-II and K6-III days, you'll remember that having a lower priced CPU does not always move the consumer. In many cases the lower price makes them feel they are not getting a comparable product. I am not saying that AMD should charge more for their CPUs, but that their pricing structure could be hurting them in a way.  The Phenom II X6 1090T will hit the shelves at about $300. This is one third of the cost of the Intel Core i7-980X with the same amount of physical cores. However, in many of our tests the 1090T only performed a little better than the Core i5 750 which sells for $200 right now. The 1090T did run well compared to the Xeon X3470 (which is comparable to the i7 870), but only in a handful of tests.  One area that just about all AMD CPUs we have tested needs to improve on is memory performance. Here is one of AMD's big weak points. This single factor hurts AMD CPUs more than many would like to believe. If you cannot quickly get the information from memory to the CPU and back, you are going to lose in the end. We saw this in more than one of our tests.  Still, things are not all bad with the Phenom II X6. It does give you many cored performance at a very reasonable price. AMD has also left in the DDR2/DDR3 controller so that even people with older AM2+ boards can use this CPU with little more than a BIOS update. This makes the upgrade to the Phenom II X6 extremely cost effective as opposed to having to do a complete system upgrade. Of course, you are still not going to get the same level of performance that you would with an Intel X58/ Core i7 combo, but you are going to save a ton of money with the AMD CPU.  The cost savings are even more evident to the gamer. Here you can get a good board, CPU and a great GPU for less than just the CPU and board alone if you are looking an X58/ Core i7 9xx system. This could make the Phenom X6, 890FX, Radeon HD 5000 Series combination the new choice to low cost, high-end gaming systems.  AMD is moving (slowly) in the right direction. Their CPUs are getting better and better with each new release. They are not quite there yet, but I have to admit the Phenom II X6 is the first one that I have seen give current generation Intel CPUs a run for their money in a long time. I hope we see AMD continue to move this way and future releases push the performance levels up even higher.   

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    9 år sedan
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    Datormagazin

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    Billigare än Intel Core i7-980X.
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    Vid varierad användning fungerar en billigare processor lika bra.
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    Dig som har ett kompatibelt moderkort och behöver fler kärnor.

    9 år sedan
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    Phenom II X6 1090T CPU Review

    Conclusion
    The new Phenom II X6 1090T isn’t faster than Core i7 CPUs from Intel. In fact, it doesn’t compete with Core i7, as we are talking about a complete different price range. Therefore on the very high-end CPU market Intel is still the only game in town.However, the main advantage of Phenom II X6 1090T is its price, which puts it to compete against Core i5 CPUs.The only Core i5 CPU we had available was Core i5-750, which is 33% cheaper than Phenom II X6 1090T. For this huge price difference, we were expecting Phenom II X6 1090T to destroy Core i5-750, which was not the case. In fact, in several applications the quad-core Core i5-750 was faster than the six-core Phenom II X6 1090T (PCMark overall score, PCMark gaming score, PCMark music score, VirtualDub, WinRAR and some games). They tied in some applications (some games and After Effects CS4) and the new CPU from AMD was faster in others (PCMark TV and Movies score, PCMark communications score, PCMark productivity score and Photoshop CS4). When Phenom II X6 1090T was faster, it was by only a small margin (5% to 10%), not justifying the extra price.There is one important exception, though: Cinebench. On this 3D rendering program Phenom II X6 1090T simply crushed Core i5-750, being 74% faster than this CPU from Intel. So this new CPU may be an outstanding CPU for professionals building a computer for 3D modeling and rendering that don’t want to buy an expensive Core i7-based system. For the average user, however, we find it hard to recommend this new processor.

    9 år sedan
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    AMD Phenom-II X6-1090T Black Edition Processor

    Pros:
    + Six physical processor cores
    + Introduces AMD Turbo CORE technology
    + Excellent price-performance ratio
    + Overlocks to 4.0GHz with 4.3GHz Turbo CORE
    + Maintains AMD socket AM3 compatability
    + Outstanding media transcoding or file compression performance
    + Dominates professional engineering and design tasks
    + Unlocked clock speed multiplier
    + Maintains 125W TDP

    Cons:
    - Shared L3 cache is the same between four- and six-core units
    - Utilizes aging 45nm fabrication process

    9 år sedan
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    HotHardware

    Hot:
    • Excellent Performance
    • Good Overclocking Headroom
    • Good Power Consumption
    • Compatible with Current AM2+ and AM3 mobos
    • Competitive Pricing

    Not:
    • Outperformed by Intel Quad-Cores
    • Lower IPC Per Core Than Intel

    9 år sedan
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    Test: AMD Phenom II X6 1090T

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    Billigare än Intel Core i7-980X.
    Emot
    Vid varierad användning fungerar en billigare processor lika bra.
    Rekommenderas till
    Dig som har ett kompatibelt moderkort och behöver fler kärnor.