AMD Phenom II Processor Range Update

"The AMD Phenom II range has received some new models, both dual and quad core."

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Phenom II Range Expands
 
Phenom II Range Gets an updateThe increasingly popular Phenom II range from AMD is receiving more processors, both dual and quad core parts. The successful Athlon II range will also see a new addition.
 
The recently released Phenom II X4 965 didn't go down too well due to it's 140W TDP, over the previous 125W TDP of the 955. However, AMD have responded and are releasing a 125W 965, with the same 3.4GHz clock speed, in Q4 2009. There will also be a second version of the 955 released, again 3.2GHz but with a 95W TDP. These are the final releases from the roadmap before the next revision of the Deneb core, which will bring existing TDPs down even more and pave the way for quadcore notebooks.
 
Also on the horizon for Q4 of 2009 is a 3.2GHz dual core part, featuring 6MB L3 cache, 2x 512kb L2 cache and a 80w TDP. The Phenom II X2 555 also retains the potential ability to unlock the "missing" two cores, to get a quad core processor for less. This is set to retail for around £70.
 
Finally, there are two new Propus based quad core parts, part of the Athlon II X4 family. The 600e and 605e, clocked at 2.20 and 2.30GHz respectively feature a 45w TDP, making them popular with the power saving crowd. The 600e is estimated to retail at around £90. The 605e is not available to purchase in the retail market just yet, although it is expected to show up in the OEM market quite soon.
 
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30-08-2009, 06:10:14

mrapoc
Hey guys

The saitek eclipse is showing wear with the spacebar sticking and the keys rubbing off (lol) so I was looking at new keyboards. Nothing crazy expensive like the new G19. I like high profile keys - media keys are a must (play/pause etc.)

Backlighting not a necessity as the keys usually rub off quicker, I dont game all that much any more and really cant see much point in spending extra on "gamer grade" unless it really does make a difference - no need for macro keys. Whats out there?

30-08-2009, 09:40:03

ali_james
I've got one of these and it's been fine. Got volume control, playback etc.

Clicky

Pretty much the closest thing I could find to a normal, cheap keyboard that still had reasonable media keys.

30-08-2009, 09:47:07

mrapoc
I might go wireless if its rechargeable?

The less wires the better

Never had one b4

30-08-2009, 09:59:39

Hope
The G19 was pretty cheap on Overclockers this week

30-08-2009, 10:02:39

ToeJam
hmm razer lycosa shud fit the bill m8:)

30-08-2009, 10:14:12

Hope

The G19 was pretty cheap on Overclockers this week



It was the G15 actually
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