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AMD Phenom II X6 1090T Black Edition Hexa-Core AM3 Processor Video Review



/ 6 years ago

Today we are looking at the AMD Phenom II X6 1090T Hexa-core AM3 Processor.

This particular CPU is the latest from AMD supporting 45nm technology, running at 125watts and sporting 6 cores with a speed of 3.2GHz.

It’s a perfect processor to rival Intel when the user needing multiple cores.

Video editing and photo rendering are particular applications that will benefit from this CPU.



  • aruffell

    Anyone else got one of these processors?Andy

  • Clacc

    i am planing to give my rig to my cuz and building another one . i will most likely go with this processor . i think it will be a great investment =D

  • buburuza72

    Nope.Only the lucky ones.And the AMD fans.why a usual computer user should buy one of these?

    Aruffell;13103 wrote: Anyone else got one of these processors?Andy

  • Clacc

    Well for video editing and gaming some softwares need that much processing power and you cannot go wrong with one of these powerful babys

  • Shadow1954

    buburuza72;13303 wrote: Nope.Only the lucky ones.And the AMD fans.why a usual computer user should buy one of these?

    You could buy one of these as a solution to the i7 if you only want to use it's multi-treading technology and save some extra money. Anyway if I were to buy one of this I would use 4 cores for games while leaving 2 cores for the background activity :p

  • zfact

    for typical users it is an overkill. More cores = more heat and power consumption while the processor remains unexploited. Quad is much better choice, because atm, the only benefit is larger cache

  • Shadow1954

    zfact;13421 wrote: for typical users it is an overkill. More cores = more heat and power consumption while the processor remains unexploited. Quad is much better choice, because atm, the only benefit is larger cache

    Not quite. The AMD Overdrive has an "eco-button" as I call it that allows the CPU to lower it's frequency and voltage when not used to it's full potential and adjust to the optimal power/consumption possible. For example I have a Phenom II x2 545 @ 3.0 Ghz in my desktop PC and when I use the winamp, browse the web and read/write stuff my CPU stays at 800/1200 Ghz with the minimum operational voltage possible (very sorry bot haven't remembered the exact voltage).

  • theothersun

    For gamers, I think this is really good for the money, but obviously gamers are not typical users.

  • zfact

    theothersun;13528 wrote: For gamers, I think this is really good for the money, but obviously gamers are not typical users.

    I am a gamer and would have no use for it :). 4 cores is more than enough.

  • theothersun

    zfact;13535 wrote: I am a gamer and would have no use for it :). 4 cores is more than enough.

    You're right. x6 would satisfy hardcore gamers though, in my opinion.

  • thebigbadwolf

    X6 has NO benefit to gamers over an X4 955 or 965. You should only buy it if you are rendering/3d work/photo work etc….

  • Michael_L

    Damn, I need to get myself one of these. Bulldozer is just taking too long…