AMD Athlon II X3 435
Released October, 2009
The Pros:Triple core - better than dual. Affordable price. High individual core speed of 2.9GHz - great for single threaded applications that require a lot of power.
The Cons:Lacks the L3 cache of the Phenom line. 95W TDP - quite hot.
The AMD Athlon II X3 435 is a 64-bit triple core processor based on the Phenom II architecture. As the second triple core processor in the “Rana” family, this 45 nanometer chip is designed for the AM2+/AM3 motherboard socket and has a TDP energy rating of 95 watts.
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The X3 435 is essentially a quad-core "Propus" chip with one core disabled. The default clock frequency is set at 2.9 GHz, while the processor multiplier is locked in at 14.5x. In terms of L2 cache, users will find 3x 512 KB which combines into a total of 1.536 MB. The bus speed is set at 667 MHz for memory. The AMD Athlon II X3 435 was released in October, 2009.
- Frequency: 2.9 GHz
- Bus speed: 667 MHz
- Processor core: Rana
- Core stepping: C2
- Manufacturing process: 0.045 micron
- Data width: 64-bit
- L1 cache: 3 x 64 KB
- L2 cache: 3 x 512 KB
- Process: 45 nm
- TDP: 95W
- 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
User Reviews (3)
triple core - better than dual
high individual core speed of 2.9GHz - great for single threaded applications that require a lot of power
includes an unlockable and potentially fully functioning fourth core
lacks the L3 cache of the Phenom line
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