AMD Phenom II X4 920
Released January, 2009
The Pros:Compatible with older AM2+ motherboards and DDR2 memory. Competitively priced.
The Cons:125w TDP. Cannot be migrated to an upgraded AM3 motherboard. No unlocked multiplier.
Introduced in January 2009 with the Phenom II X4 940 BE, the X4 920 is the first Phenom II computer processor - an improved Phenom design built on a 45nm process. Compatible with the AM2+ socket only, the X4 920 contains 4 cores which run at 2.8GHz each.
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Similar to the X4 940, the 920 runs 200MHz slower and does not feature an unlocked CPU multiplier for easy overclocking.
- Speed: 4 x 2.8GHz
- Cache: 4 x 512kb L2, 6mb L3
- Architecture: K10 derivative, "Deneb", 45nm
- Socket: AM2+
- TDP: 125w
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compatible with older AM2+ motherboards and DDR2 memory
cannot be migrated to an upgraded AM3 motherboard
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