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AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+

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The Socket AM2 Athlon 64 X2 6000+ with AMD64 architecture (32-bit compatible) is based on dual K8 Windsor cores of 0.09 micron processors. It operates at a frequency of 3.0GHz. The processor features 256KB L1 cache and 1MB L2 cache (per core), and 14.4GB/s data bandwidth (6.4GB/s memory and 8GB/s single-link HyperTransport).

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AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ Reviews Rating: 75 out of 100 based on 3 ratings.

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AMD Zone  --- Feb 20 '07
Anandtech  --- Feb 20 '07
BCCHardware  --- Feb 17 '07
ChileHardware  --- Feb 22 '07
ExtremeTech 7/10 Feb 20 '07
FiringSquad  --- Feb 19 '07
Hardware Upgrade  --- Feb 19 '07
Hardware Zone 3.5/5 Feb 20 '07
Hexus  --- Feb 20 '07
Hot Hardware  --- Feb 19 '07
LegitReviews.com  --- Feb 22 '07
Overclockers Club  --- Aug 20 '07
Penstar Systems 83% Feb 19 '07
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Tech Report  --- Feb 20 '07
Tom's Hardware  --- Feb 20 '07
X-bit labs  --- Feb 19 '07
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"It certainly isn't overpriced and the pricing fits perfectly in line with the marketplace and fill the gap in between Intel's top-end processors but for hardware enthusiasts it may not be the best..."

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Anandtech on

"As the last Socket-AM2 processor before AMD's new-architecture makes its debut, the Athlon 64 X2 6000+ doesn't set any land speed records, nor does it send off AMD's most successful architecture to..."

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"When we were given the opportunity to take a look at the latest desktop processor from AMD, we gladly agreed and were quite excited to see how 3.0Ghz of stock dual-core Athlon 64 goodness could..."

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ExtremeTech on

"AMD ships a 3.0GHz CPU that can't keep up with Intel's midrange processor in most benchmarks, but it's still a decent CPU at a relatively affordable price."

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"As it stands right now though, Intel’s Core 2 line is still the world’s fastest processor, but AMD is keeping things competitive with their aggressive pricing. If you crave performance first and..."

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