AMD HDT90ZFBGRBOX - Procesador AM3 Phenom II X6 1090T con tecnología Turbo Core (incluye ventilador)
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Caché del procesador: 6 MB
Familia de procesador: AMD Phenom II X6
Frecuencia del procesador: 3,2 GHz
Litografía del procesador: 45 nm
Modelo del procesador: 1090T
Modo de procesador operativo: 64 bits
Número de núcleos de procesador: 6
Potencia de diseño térmico (TDP): 125 W
Socket de procesador: Socket AM3
Tipo de cache en procesador: L3
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I have gradually upgraded this unit in the past year:
-12 G of RAM,
-an SSD drive and
- Video card Radeon R7 360
Still, I had problems when editing my Gopro videos, Youtube HD videos blocking or lagging while doing something else and also the internet speed was really low when I was using a VPN. So I decided to give it a try and upgrade the CPU.
- editing a gopro set of videos dropped from 8 hours to 1 hour (!)
- internet speed through VPN jumped from 32 Mbps to 110 mbps (out of 150 Mbps bandwidth)
- boot time dropped from 1 minute to 30 s
- so far, I can do as many tasks as I want at the same time and this thing is FLYING!
- installation was, of course, very easy - less than 5 minutes.
A while ago I also bought a more efficient cooler and heat sink from Amazon (around $25, quite big, the side of my case doesn't fit any more but it's worth it!) and the temps of the cpu are 40C maximum.
In conclusion, after the RAM, SSD, and video card updates, this CPU actually brought a massive increment in speed and responsiveness of my PC. I think I'm good for 3-4 years :)
I would not recommend purchasing this part new in 2016, but if you can find a part used, it will perform nearly as well as the FX-6300. Single-threaded performance and power consumption are slightly lower on the 1090T as opposed to the newer FX part, but overall performance hasn't changed much since then.
With the current buzz about the new AMD 8320's and 8350's, I felt some "pressure" to push the CPU further. For the last month, I've been running without any hiccups whatsoever at 3.9Ghz (19.5 times the 200 Mhz CPU core) and couldn't be happier. Keep in mind, that is 22% beyond the base 3.2Ghz rating and my system hasn't shown any signs of issue. For now I couldn't be happier despite a little admitted envy for the new chip!
If you're looking for a solid performer that you can easily push beyond the base performance stats and establish a solid platform for your gaming, media or work system... pick one of these up now!
The 6 real cores are highly optimized, can be easily overclocked (I've overclocked mine slightly to 3.6 GHz, but 4.0+ speeds are easily achievable), and stay cool. I've paired it with a CoolerMaster Hyper 212 Plus cooler and this thing just keeps on going.
Yes, the newest FX Vishera CPUs are slightly better than this one, but it's not worth dropping 180+ dollars for 10% performance improvement. I wish AMD would update their performance line, instead of letting Intel create a monopoly on the market.
This thing can handle anything you throw at it and some more. For gaming, this is more than enough to keep up with any of the latest games. I have yet to find a game that I am unable to play at high or ultra high settings. The few games that do push the 1090t would be Crysis and Metro 2033, but they are known to push your build. Also, gaming depends on the graphics card you have as well, so I may be holding back the Thuban from its full potential. As far as editing goes, the 1090t can render videos like it's nothing. I can render a 5-minute long, 720p video in less than 10 minutes. I would definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a great processor for a low price, and now that the Bulldozers are going to be released soon, you can bet on the Phenom II six-cores to drop in price, so make sure you pick one of these up.
One other thing, the 1090t with its stock cooler may be a little noisy to some people, but if you're playing games, listening to music, or have headphones on, it's not a big deal and is nothing to worry about. If the computer is idle, you can hear the fan a little, but it's nothing a little music couldn't fix. Although when you're gaming or doing some heavy processing, that's where the stock fan can be quite annoying. So if having a super quiet PC is your thing, make sure to look into more quiet after-market coolers or liquid cooling.
Case: AZZA Hurrican 2000
Motherboard: Asus M4A88TC-M
Processor: AMD Phenom II X6 1090t Black Edition (3.2 GHz, for now)
Graphics Card: EVGA GTX 460 SSC+
Hard Drive: Seagate Barracuda 1.5 TB (500 GB + 1 TB)
Power Supply: Thermaltake 600W
RAM: Corsair 4GB DDR3 (1600 MHz)
DVD Drive: LG 24X