AMD Phenom II X4 960T BE - Procesador (AMD Phenom II X4, Socket AM3, PC, 64 bits, L3)
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Este producto AMD Phenom II X4 960T BE - Procesador (AMD Phenom II X4, Socket AM3, PC, 64 bits, L3)
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|Precio||No disponible||EUR 132,34||EUR 67,05||EUR 178,80||EUR 109,00|
|Envío||—||Envío GRATIS||EUR 2,99||Envío GRATIS||Envío GRATIS|
|Vendido por||—||JasTech IT-Services||TiendaTR||Appods||Amazon.es|
|Dispositivos compatibles||PC||-; -; -||PC||PC||-; -; -|
|Fabricante del modelo de CPU||AMD||AMD||AMD||AMD FX||Intel|
|Zócalo de CPU||Socket AM3||AM3+||Socket de procesador: Socket AM3+||AM3+||LGA 1151|
|Velocidad de la CPU||3 GHz||4 GHz||3,8 GHz||4,7 GHz||3,7 GHz|
|Dimensiones del producto||8,51 x 15,01 x 13 centímetros||12,7 x 13,97 x 7,11 centímetros||12,7 x 13,97 x 7,11 centímetros||22,61 x 2,54 x 14,48 centímetros||11,18 x 11,68 x 7,87 centímetros|
|Peso del artículo||340 gramos||0,7 kg||299 gramos||77 gramos||318 gramos|
|Año de lanzamiento||2011||2012||2016||2013||2015|
|Número de procesadores||4||8||4||8||2|
|Descripción del procesador||AMD Phenom II X4||AMD FX; FX-8350||AMD FX; FX-4300||AMD FX; Número de filamentos de procesador: 8; FX 9590; Frecuencia Turbo Boost (max): 5 GHz||6ª generación de procesadores Intel® Core™ i3; Número de filamentos de procesador: 4; i3-6100|
|Características especiales||Box; Modo de procesador operativo: 64 bits; Proceso por procesador: 45 nm||Modo de procesador operativo: 32-bit, 64-bit||AMD Virtualization Technology; Box; Modo de procesador operativo: 32-bit, 64 bits; Proceso por procesador: 32 nm||AMD HyperTransport Technology; AMD Virtualization Technology; Box; Modo de procesador operativo: 64-bit; Proceso por procesador: 32 nm||Box; Embedded options available; Estados de inactividad; Execute Disable Bit; Intel AES Nuevas instrucciones; Intel Clear Video HD Technology; Intel Clear Video Technology for MID; Intel Enhanced Halt State; Intel Hyper-Threading Technology; Intel Identity Protection Technology; Intel InTru 3D Tecnología; Intel Insider; Intel Quick Sync Video Technology; Intel Smart Cache; Intel VT-x with Extended Page Tables (EPT); Intel Wireless Display Technology; Modo de procesador operativo: 64 bits; On-board graphics adapter; Proceso por procesador: 14 nm; Tecnología Intel SpeedStep mejorada; Thermal Monitoring Technologies|
|Potencia||95 vatios||125 vatios||95 vatios||220 vatios||51|
Descripción del producto
Caché del procesador: 6 MB
Componente para: PC
Familia de procesador: AMD Phenom II X4
Frecuencia del procesador: 3 GHz
Litografía del procesador: 45 nm
Modo de procesador operativo: 64 bits
Número de núcleos de procesador: 4
Potencia de diseño térmico (TDP): 95 W
Socket de procesador: Socket AM3
Tipo de cache en procesador: L3
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I needed an AMD CPU quickly and my first choice was an X4 955 but they were out of stock at Amazon so I got this for $109. CPU prices change from day to day on Amazon.
I am happy with this CPU, it works as advertised and can easily be overclocked if I need it. I decided against the FX 4100 at the same price as I have heard it is a disappointment.
Like most stock coolers the one that comes with this chip has a loud fan and is much louder than on my Corsair 400W power supply.
So I bought this one last year.
Bought an ASUS M5A99FX PRO R2.0 AM3+ AMD 990FX but couldn't unlock it.
So I sold it to a friend with an 8150 FX and bought an Asrock 990FX Extreme3.
I haven tested the stock cooler as I've got a T4 and an H60 (currently using the H60 due to Hyper X B Beast heatsink height), but it runs smoothly on these two ones. Haven't OCed yet, but I've seen really great reviews about this guy having potential to reach the 4Ghz mark on air.
Unlocked the disabled cores and it became a 1605T.
So far, so good! It Photoshops amanzingly, solid gaming at 1080 maxed out with an EVGA GTX 650 Ti Boost 2GB SC; it's just perfect for a home workstation!!
The fan and heatsync are very basic. To be honest I really expected a li'l better heat management considering this is a Black Edition but they aren't so bad that I'd take a star away.
The MoBo recognized it right away. While its marketed as a Zosma core, CPUZ reports it as a Thuban. Either way there are potentialy 2 unlockable cores there if I ever upgrade the MoBo.
With the stock cooler and fan and using AMD OverDrive I'm able to OC the multiplyer to 19x (3.8GHz) without having to up the voltage at all, so even under a full load the temp doesn't rise above 50c. By upping the voltage to 1.3125v I was able to push it to 20x (4.0Ghz) while still keeping the full load temp below 60c. Any higher would be risky, I won't and wouldn't recommend running a CPU at these temps. Better cooling is in the near future before any more OCing, but its nice to see that there's so much head room.
In conclusion, I am very very satisfied with this obviously high quality product and the current low discount cost is just gravy.
The 2 disabled cores unlock - but they are obviously defective. The other 4 cores work great.
My 960T is overclocked to 4100 MHz on air and runs at 35C on full load.
(I found it is actually better to leave the cool and quiet on - this way the cores do not overload the HT link)
Cooled with coolmaster 212 heatsink with one fan.
This CPU has never felt slow. It plays nicely with all of my other hardware.
So far I am able to play any game on full quality, and I never been CPU bound.
(I used to have 2 Radeon 6770 crossfired without problems. I currently have a single Radeon 7970, no problems there either.)
The whole computer update, including a Case, a motherboard, an SSD and 8 gig of RAM cost me $400.
I had a very different experience with Intel. Intel chips are fast but they don't really play nicely with the rest of your hardware, unless you spend a fortune and buy the absolute best.
This CPU would make a nice choice for a budget build which will not disappoint.
Well I unlocked an extra core with my motherboard and wow this thing runs like a champ. Runs great and cool when paired with a Thermaltake SpinQ VT and keeps its temperatures in the mid 30's. As I said, it blows a friends i5 rig out of the water. Also, the black editions are meant to be overclocked.
Its been two month with this processor now and it's still running strong. I was able to unlock it to 6 cores with my mobo. Jeez this thing blazes through everything and still begs for more. Even with the extra cores it still runs cool at 32-37 degrees Celsius. I also stand by my last statement, it may not be right with the i5 2500k but its just a few inches behind. Either way the CPU still runs cool and stable at 4ghz.