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AMD Athlon II and Phenom II X2 Processors Debut - PCstats.com AMD Athlon II and Phenom II X2 Processors Debut
Tue, June 02 2009 | 4:07AM | PermaLink Feedback?
AMD is using the prominence of the Computex show in Taipei to unveil a slew of new, affordable desktop processors. A few of them are based on the existing core used in the company's Phenom II processor line-up, but one of them is comprised of a new piece of silicon that pays homage to the once might Athlon brand. We've got four new AMD processors on tap for this article, low power quad- and triple-cores, and a pair of new dual-cores. The 3.1GHz AMD Phenom II X2 550 Black Edition is positioned as AMD's fastest dual-core processor ever, while the Phenom II X3 705e is a low-power triple-core CPU. The Phenom II X4 905e is a low-power 65w quad-core, and the brand new Athlon II X2 250 is AMD's latest high-performing, budget-class dual-core processor.
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Kingston HyperX 1600/1866 1.25/1.35v DDR3 - PCstats.com Kingston HyperX 1600/1866 1.25/1.35v DDR3
Mon, June 14 2010 | 9:59AM | PermaLink Feedback?
If you are a system builder looking for the absolute lowest power consuming PC then RAM may be something thats overlooked. Extremely low voltage RAM like the kit of HyperX we have here today can really help bring down power usage. This can be a great building block for an extremely low power PC. This also future proofs your components in a way since Intel has stated that the next generation of CPU's will use even lower voltage DDR3 than what is common today. However we will be using this RAM on an AMD based system which does not require the RAM to run at 1.65 volts or lower. This may be the case in a lot of computers since AMD makes some of the most power efficient CPU's currently available.
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