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AMD Athlon II X2 235e


$69.00 Released October, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Makes for a good, inexpensive upgrade to an aging AMD-based system. Low energy consumption - good for small form-factor or HTPC builds. Value - costs less than Intel's similar offerings.

The Cons:Aging product - newer CPUs are available. One of AMD's slowest Athlon II CPUs. Better performing CPUs are available for just a little more money.

The AMD Athlon II X2 235e is a 64-bit dual core processor based on the Phenom II architecture. As part of the “Regor” family, this 45 nanometer chip is designed for the AM2+/AM3 motherboard socket and has a TDP energy rating of 45 watts.

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Due to the relatively low energy consumption, this processor is being marketed as part of AMD's energy efficient line. The default clock frequency is set at 2.7 GHz, while the processor multiplier is locked at 13.5x. In terms of L2 cache, users will find 2x 1 MB which combines into a total of 2 MB. The bus speed is set at 533 MHz for memory. The AMD Athlon II X2 235e was released in October, 2009.

Specifications

  • Frequency: 2.7 GHz
  • Bus speed: 533 MHz
  • Processor core: Regor
  • Core stepping: C2
  • Manufacturing process: 0.045 micron
  • Data width: 64-bit
  • L1 cache: 2 x 64 KB
  • L2 cache: 2 x 1 MB
  • Process: 45 nm
  • TDP: 45W

Features

  • MMX
  • 3DNow!
  • SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSE4a
  • Advanced Bit Manipulation
  • AMD64 technology
  • AMD-V (virtualization) technology
  • Enhanced Virus Protection
  • Cool'n'Quiet 3.0
  • CoolCore Technology
  • Dual Dynamic Power Management

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  • 3

    makes for a good, inexpensive upgrade to an aging AMD-based system

  • 1

    low energy consumption - good for small form-factor or HTPC builds

  • 1

    value - costs less than Intel's similar offerings

  • 1

    compatible with AM2+ and AM3 sockets - can be paired with both DDR2 and DDR3 memory

Cons
  • 1

    aging product - newer CPUs are available

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    one of AMD's slowest Athlon II CPUs

  • 1

    better performing CPUs are available for just a little more money

  • 0

    not a great choice for those who rely on multi-threaded applications

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