AMD Athlon LE-1620
Released October, 2007
The Pros:Very low-cost CPU, excellent value for the performance. Fairly fast processing, can handle applications and web browsing without any lag. Use only 45 watts, won't drain a laptop's battery too quickly.
The Cons:Not dual core, which limits its performance with multi-threaded applications.
The Athlon LE-1620 is an energy-efficient 64-bit central processing unit. It only has one single core and has entry-level pricing. Its overall speed is 2.4GHz, and it has 1MB of L2 cache, and it also uses a single HyperTransport link, which can reach speeds of 2000MHz/s point-to-point.
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It is compatible with several types of DDR2 memory, uses 65nm SOI technology and 45W thermal design power. Including the HyperTransport link, the maximum processor-to-system bandwidth is 18.6 GB/s. This processor uses AMD's Socket AM2 design.
- Released October 2007
- Single-core 64-bit processor
- Single HyperTransport link
- 1 MB L2 cache
- Integrated DDR controller, compatible with DDR2-800, DDR2-667, DDR2-553 and DDR2-400 RAM
- 10.6 GB/s memory bandwidth
- 45W TDP
- 65nm SOI technology
User Reviews (1)
very low-cost CPU, excellent value for the performance
fairly fast processing, can handle applications and web browsing without any lag
use only 45 watts, won't drain a laptop's battery too quickly
stays cool during normal operation
comes with a quiet fan, don't usually hear it at all
installation is simple, generally accepted by most BIOS without any extra configuration needed
not dual core, which limits its performance with multi-threaded applications
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