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Phenom II X6 1045T 2.70 GHz Processor - Socket AM3 PGA-938

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  • Operating Frequency: 2.7 GHz
  • Turbo Speed: 3.2 GHz
  • Number of Cores: 6
  • Level 1 Cache: 128KB / Level 2 Cache: 512KB / Level 3 Cache: 6MB
  • Socket Type: Socket AM3
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Product Description

AMD Phenom II X6 1045T 2.70 GHz Processor - Socket AM3 PGA-938 HDT45TWFGRBOX AMD Processors

Product Information

Product Dimensions 5.9 x 5.9 x 3.5 inches
Item Weight 7 ounces
Shipping Weight 11.4 ounces
Manufacturer AMD
ASIN B006G76LZY
Item model number HDT45TWFGRBOX
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4.8 out of 5 stars 61 customer reviews

4.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #289 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > CPU Processors
Date first available at Amazon.com December 16, 2011

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some OCing junkies may claim AMD doesnt come close to intel, but at 99 dollars for a processor that i can throw everything ive got at, who is really winning here? an absolute steal when it comes to price/performance. i mean i can have several virtual machines open while im gaming and still not even phase this chip. so to all the intel fanboys out there, go on paying 300 dollars for a mid range chip, but for those of us out there with bills to pay who dont live off mommy and daddy, AMD's price per performance ratio is the way to go.
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Collected parts for My New Workstation at Amazon and New Egg over the past 6 months.
Now its built ... WOW
Windows 7 Pro 64bit
WEI = 7.0 CPU temp is 60F at Idle and 104F when Running AutoCAD 2011
It fires up and has Windows 7 open in less than a minute from when I hit the power on button. SSD power!
No problems with the build at all it ran the first time and hasn't missed a beat runs cooler than my old Quad core and doesn't lag when running CAD.

My New CAD Workstation complete build in a repurposed HP Pavillion (Windows ME)PS is on bottom, all drives are in a removable bracket that slides out the front making it easy to service and a much smaller foot print than a tower.
ECS 880GM-M7 motherboard
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I resurrect old computers. I do it for fun. I do it to keep them out of landfills. I do it to provide cheap computers for low income people. And once in awhile I even upgrade my own old beast - a part here, a part there. So when my ASROCK motherboard died, I bought an ASUS because I could re-use all my other hardware. Later though, since the ASUS would let me put an AM3 processor in, I bought this for an upgrade. And what an upgrade it's been. This ASUS/AMD combination is still an old configuration, but it's so way, way better than what I had, that I'm lovin' it. Rock solid, just like you'd expect from AMD.
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Multitasking becomes very easy and running multiple applications seamless. So far its able to run several browser windows open at once. The product allows the running of very graphically and cpu intensive applications. No downside for this product so far!
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Product arrived earlier than the estimated delivery date and in good working order. Sample was manufactured in the 38th week of 2011. Easy to install, although the included fan/heatsink did leave me scratching my head for a few minutes. Under stress using OCCT, the processor does not exceed 62 degrees Celsius in a Lian Li PC-70 chassis. Cool n Quiet and Turbo Core both work without issue. Six cores ensure smooth multitasking. Fits in the 95W TDP envelope. Overall, I would by this CPU again. The per-core price is cheaper than AMD's own Sempron and Athlon II lines.
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Considering the price vs performance, it's OK. Appears to be giving a slight performance boost to most of the Adobe's CS6 programs. Namely Premier and Photoshop. Surprisingly, the majority of speed boost came from upgrading from AMD 5570 to 6670 GPU. It may be these days that the GPU has become the star player in Desktops used in mastering media.

If I had to do it over again, I'd have kept using the Athlon 2 Quad Core and went with a premium 7000 series Radeon card rather than spend over $200 to upgrade two separate components.

Oh well, it's runs cool, quiet, and it is slightly faster. WIll probably serve me well for the next couple of years.
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I bought this processor to replace a Sempron 140 I was using in a server. Both processors have the same clock speed, but this one has 5 more cores. I went from a physical server fulfilling multiple DNS/AD/File/Web server roles to one physical server running Hyper-V and segregating nearly all the roles into various VMs. Much more efficient and secure.

Using a good thermal paste and the stock heatsink/fan, I have had zero problems with heat management.

I ended up choosing this processor because it offered the most cores (my main concern for server virtualization) at the best price point. Of course, AMD doesn't make this particular Phenom anymore, so it may be less widely-available as time goes on and stocks deplete. But, if you can snag one at a good price, I don't think you'll be disappointed.
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I bought this processor as a replace of an Athlon II x2.
This one improves perfomance but it rans a little bit noisier than the
other one because of the TDP (95w instead of 65W).
To reduce the noise I bought an Silenx 80 MM cooler and that
fixed the problem.

Apart from that the processor its a good buy , and I fully recommend it
so far!
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