AMD Athlon II X4 640

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The Socket AM3 Athlon II X4 640 is a 45nm quad-core Propus CPU with AMD64 technology, and 3.0GHz processor frequency. Features 1 16-bit/16-bit HyperTransport 3.0 link (up to 4000MT/s system bus full duplex), 512KB L1 cache (64K per core) and 2MB L2 cache (512KB per core). Dual Dynamic Power Management allows for integrated 128-bit memory controller; up to DDR2-1066 and DDR3-1333 memory support. 95W TDP.

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Extreme Overclocking  --- May 11 '10
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Overclockers Club  --- May 10 '10
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"When you put the AMD Athlon II X4 640 and Phenom II X4 945 side by side, both running at 3.0 GHz, it's clear there is a slight performance advantage to the Phenom II line with the 6MB of L3 cache..."

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"At about $120, the Athlon II X4 640 is a potent processor for the money. Match this processor up with a decent, dual-channel 4GB DDR3-1333 memory kit and a nice AMD 800-series chipse based..."

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"The AMD Athlon II X4 640 may not be the world's fastest processor, though it isn't priced like it, either! The low price of $122.00 is aimed at the main stream crowd that likes to see a great price..."

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"Once again, AMD raises the performance bar by raising the stock frequencies to a new level. The price is staying the same though -- leading towards yet better bang for buck. Quad cores don't have..."

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"Now, if you already have the last generation Athlon II X4 635, then I suggest you keep it. It's not worth paying extra for a little performance increase. Now if you are looking for a solid, low..."

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