The AMD Phenom II X4 980 Black Edition CPU review

The Phenom II X4 980 Black Edition CPU. When combined with the 8-Series chipsets from AMD and the company RadeonTM HD 6000-series graphics cards, Phenom X4 Black Edition 980 processor delivers immersive computing experience that provides advanced high-definition entertainment and multitasking capabilities .

Phenom II X4 980 Black Edition processor will be open to gamers and PC enthusiasts to overclock and optimize your system performance. This quad-core 3.7GHz with 6MB of L3 cache and a TDP of 125W. In addition, the AMD cool core to reduce power consumption by turning off unused parts of the processor. For example, the memory controller can turn off the write logic when reading from memory, helping reduce system power consumption. It works automatically without drivers or BIOS enablement, and the power can be turned on or off during a day, that saves energy without compromising performance.
The processor is also Dual Dynamic Power Management, enabling more granular power management capabilities to reduce processor energy consumption. Separate power planes for cores and memory optimization of power consumption and performance, creating new opportunities for energy savings within the cores and memory controller. This will help improve platform efficiency by providing on-demand memory performance, while allowing the consumption decreased by feeding system.

AMD Virtualization technology with Rapid Virtualization Indexing is an improvement in the Silicon feature-set that is designed to improve performance, reliability and security of virtualization environments. It accomplishes this by allowing virtualized applications with direct and rapid access to their allocated memory, the company said using virtualization software run more safely and efficiently.

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