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Tuesday, 22 September 2009 10:21

AMD Athlon II X4 620 am Prüfstand - 6 Energieverbrauch

Written by Eliot Kucharik

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Review: Günstiger gehts nicht.



Wie ihr Euch vorstellen könnt, hat die hohe VCore von 1.4000V substanzielle Auswirkungen auf den Stromverbrauch. Die Spannung abzusenken hilft sehr, lassen sich so doch um die 30W unter Last einsparen, aber selbst dann hinkt AMD der Effizienz der Intel CPUs weit hinterher. Der 905e der nur 100MHz niedriger getaktet ist, aber den vollen 6MB L3 Cache bietet, schlägt den Athlon II X4 620 sehr deutlich, nur die Verringerung der Spannung auf 1.1200V wendet das Ergebnis.

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