AMD Athlon II X4 Quad-core 630 2.8GHz Processor

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Do more of the things you want to in less time and enhance your digital life with the multi-core performance and energy efficiency of AMD Athlon II processor-based desktop systems. Combined with superior ATI Radeon HD graphics technology, systems based on the AMD Athlon II processor deliver a vivid visual experience, superior multi-tasking, and exceptional digital media performance with next-generation energy efficiency.


Product Title: AMD Athlon II X4 Quad-core 630 2.8GHz Processor

Manufacturer: AMD

Power Score: 4.2 | 4 Reviews

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AMD Athlon II X4 630 Processor Review

AMD announced this morning, the first ever quad-core processor for less than $100! The AMD Athlon II X4 620 processor is the industry’s first and only sub-$100 quad-core processor at this time as it is priced at $99. The other processor being announced today is the AMD Athlon II X4 630 processor, which costs $122. Read on to see how the perform and overclock.
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By - Sep 17, 2009

Best Budget Processor

Bestcovery experts have rated the AMD Athlon II X4 630 Processor as the #2 Best Budget Processor. Bestcovery's experts recommend the best products and services for a particular need based on extensive research and evaluations. Click below to see Bestcovery's full review of this product.
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By - Apr 20, 2010

AMD Athlon 2 X4 630 2.8GHz AM3 has collected 31 expert reviews for AMD Athlon 2 X4 630 2.8GHz AM3 and the average expert rating is 74 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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By - Oct 21, 2009

AMD Athlon II X4 640

The AMD Athlon II X4 640 is a high end central processor for full sized PC motherboards that use an AM3 CPU socket. This is similar in function to the AMD Athlon II X4 610e, but uses more than twice the power at 95 Watts to increase processing speed to 3.0 GHz. Otherwise they are functionally the same, and both use a 45 nanometer architecture. 2 Mb of level 2 cache buffers data to keep the...
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By - Feb 7, 2010

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