1075T Drivers & Support. Knowledge Base. Socket AM2/AM2+ AMD Phenom™ II processors are not compatible with AM3 motherboards. AMD Phenom™ II X6.
A Brotherhood of Processors Time is creeping on, and slowly but steadily we are getting closer to Q4 already, in the tech industry we call that silly season as all of a sudden all ODM's bring new or updated products to the market in large quantities, of course to make Christmas sales as interesting for you as possible. Though over the years sales have spread out more evenly throughout the year, of course you can expect new product launches this season as well. Especially in the graphics card and processor market it's a fact that roughly around the October timeframe there is always something new. Today we feel we start off silly season with AMD. AMD is going to offer a new six fold of processors.
Knowing AMD you can expect the updates to cover the entire range from top to bottom, and in the year 2010 while the global financial crisis still hunts us down AMD is going for value products. So today six new products are launched, and here at Guru3D we'll review three of them. Let's have a peek first as to what AMD has got prepped for you. Processors & Pricing: • 3.5GHz (3.0GHz base) Phenom II X6 1075T ~$245 • 3.5GHz Phenom II X4 970 Black Edition ~$185 • 3.3GHz Phenom II X2 560 Black Edition ~$105 • 3.1GHz Athlon II X4 645 ~$122 • 3.2GHz Athlon II X3 450 ~$87 • 3.3GHz Athlon II X2 265 ~$76 We will put to the test the following processors: •. Athlon II X4 645 Piece by piece these products are all going to be very interesting as that new 1075T six-core processor is going to be introduced at 245 USD, yeah.