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"The AMD Athlon II X3 440 & X4 635 are an excellent addition to the Athlon II lineup providing power at a low price point so you don't have to sell your house to afford one."
"All results summed up, it’s obvious that the performance of Athlon II X4 635 CPU are in general much closer to the much more expensive Core i5 661 model than the price-matched Core i3 530. The memory controller brought Athlon advantage in memory tests, both in terms of latency and performance. The situation is similar in Blender and X.264 encoding tests as well, while the 7Zip application, capable of using all cores well and susceptible to frequency and memory performance, showcased the true face of Athlon. A higher clock enabled the Intel boys to snatch a minimal victory in Cinebench, but that didn’t impact the overall impression of Athlon II X4 635 being the winner here too much. With a price not exceeding 120€ and likely to drop further in the future, as it happened to the 630 and 620 a few months after being presented, AMD CPUs are definitely becoming the optimal solution in the mainstream market segment."
"For $125.99 plus shipping you can get a very solid performing Quad Core processor which is an excellent value for mainstream systems."
"Now is time for a new CPU launch from AMD. Neoseeker will cover the launch in two articles. This one is the first."
"The reality for today is that AMDs Athlon II X4 635 is a great value CPU at $125 CDN ($119 USD, £60 GBP), especially for those looking at heavily multi-threaded workloads on a budget. Is is by no means the fastest chip, and the lack of L3 cache does put it at a continuous disadvantage in several benchmarks as you witnessed. Considering all that, for those on a budget with modest computing requirements the AMD Athlon II X4 635 processor offers a good balance between overall system performance and value. In other words, if you`re assembling a mainstream PC for light home use and trying to keep costs down, you should consider this quad-core chip over Phenom II X2 dual core solutions."