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AMD Athlon X2 7750


$90.00 Released December, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Fast speed. Dual core is all you generally need these days - very few applications are written to take full advantage of any more. This processor is based off the k10 phenoms. It is actual a x4 with two cores turned off. You can there for OVERCLOCK this proc. faster than a quad core.

The Cons:High TDP - although fair, matches last generation while outperforming. Requires an AM2+ motherboard, regular AM2 users might not be able to take full advantage of this chip.

Announced and released on December 15 2008, the Athlon X2 7750 is the first Kuma based dual core processor from AMD (Phenom derivative, socket AM2+, 3600MHz HT speed). Running at a core speed of 2.7GHz, the X2 7750 features 1MB of L2 cache and another 2MB of shared L3 cache.

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Unfortunately, the X2 7750 maintains the 90W TDP of the higher powered X3 and X4 processors - matching the heat output of AMD's most powerful last generation dual core, the X2 6000.

Features

  • Kuma core - Phenom based, 2 cores disabled, requires AM2+ motherboard for 3600MHz HyperTransport
  • 2.7Ghz core speeds
  • 1MB L2 cache, 2MB shared L3 cache
  • 90W TDP

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Pros
  • 2

    fast speed

  • 2

    dual core is all you generally need these days - very few applications are written to take full advantage of any more

  • 2

    This processor is based off the k10 phenoms. It is actual a x4 with two cores turned off. You can there for OVERCLOCK this proc. faster than a quad core.

  • 2

    affordable price

Cons
  • 0

    high TDP - although fair, matches last generation while outperforming

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    requires an AM2+ motherboard, regular AM2 users might not be able to take full advantage of this chip

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