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AMD Phenom II X6 1090T Processor, Black Edition (HDT90ZFBGRBOX)

100% Positive Reviews

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Pros: Great power, Great speed, Easy to overclock, Decent price

Cons: Runs a bit too hot on stock cooler

Bought this as my first Phenom. When I first used it, it was great but a few months after it was running way to hot using the cooler that came with it, this was sorted out using a CM Hyper 212+ cooler. It is now running at 36°C idle. I am impressed with the speed and price.

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Pros: Six cores. Great overclocker. Easy to overclock. Multitasks well. Runs cool.

Cons: None really. Didn't notice a huge difference from 4 cores and 6.

I upgraded from a Phenom II 920 to this and I love it. Especially the unlocked multi. It was extremely simple to run this chip at 4.0GHz after dropping it into my mobo. It runs pretty cool, but I'm running water.

Very simple to OC, just up the multi and bump the vcore. I'm running 1.450v.

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Pros: Fast,runs multiple tasks without hesitation, great gaming CPU

Cons: Most apps aren't designed to use all the cores, draws a lot of power.

The big brother to the flagship 1055T which I also own. It's a wolf in sheep's clothing basically, if you don't see any synthetic benchmarks, you'll just say to yourself,"damn...this is fast!!!". You can pull 1000Mhz overclocks with some voltage increases easily and it's noticeable. A must have for us AMD fans and unlocked multiplier for hours of BIOS adjustments that will keep you thrilled!

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Pros: great multi-tasker

Cons: can;t get stable OC

Love this processor. Talk about a step up from the Core2Duo I had

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Pros: Price, overclock capability, lower temps, AMD

Cons: Not the best chip in the batch 1.48v to hit 4Ghz others have doen it on less

This chip replaced my PHII X4 940 C2 that was clocked to 3.6Ghz @1.5v 55c MAX load with NH-D14, installed in New CHVF AMD board and the 1090T pulled 4.0Ghz @1.48v 50c MAX load with NH-D14. So yeah I like it Good price, Good Overclocking ability, More Cores, Higher BUS speeds like x 250 and up, increased RAM speed compatibility I have run up to 2000, oh and yet another stock AMD cooler to put in the parts bin:thumb:
AMD Phenom II X6 1090T Processor, Black Edition (HDT90ZFBGRBOX)
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AMD Phenom II X6 1090T Black Edition, 125W, AM3, 9MB Cache, 3200MHz

Details:
DetailValue
BindingPersonal Computers
BrandAMD
EAN0730143267557
FeaturePower: 125W
Is Autographed0
Is Memorabilia0
Height2.75 inches
Length4.25 inches
Weight1.04 pounds
Width4.5 inches
LabelAMD
LanguagesEnglish
List Price$200.99
ManufacturerAMD
ModelHDT90ZFBGRBOX
MPN0730143267557
Package Quantity1
Product GroupPC Accessory
Product Type NameCOMPUTER_PROCESSOR
PublisherAMD
Release Date2010-09-23
SKUE-CPU-AMD-PII-X6-1090T
StudioAMD
TitleAMD Phenom II X6 1090T Processor, Black Edition (HDT90ZFBGRBOX)
UPC730143267557
Number Of Items1
WarrantyManufacturer Limited Warranty period: 3 years Link: http://support.amd.com/us/warranty/Pages/Processorinabox3YearLimited.aspx
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