AMD Athlon X2 7750 Black Edition

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The Athlon X2 7750 with AMD64 architecture (32-bit compatible) is a 2.7GHz (200MHz x 13.5x multiplier) Socket AM2/AM2+ CPU based on dual 65nm Kuma K10 cores. The processor features 128KB+128KB L1 per core, 512KB L2 per core, and 2MB shared L3 cache. HyperTransport 3.0 bus (1.8GHz, 3,600MTs).

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AMD Zone 92% Dec 14 '08
Extreme Overclocking  --- Dec 15 '08
Guru3D  --- Dec 15 '08
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Inside Hardware  --- Dec 29 '08
Overclockers Club  --- Dec 14 '08
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AMD Athlon X2 7750 Black Edition Review DriverHeaven -- Dec 12 '08
AMD Athlon X2 7750 Black Edition Review LegitReviews.com -- Dec 15 '08

Extreme Overclocking on Dec 15 '08

"The AMD Athlon X2 7750 Black Edition processor is a welcome addition to product lineup of K10 chips. While not as glorious as AMD's high end Quad or Tri core Phenom processors, the dual core..."

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Guru3D on Dec 15 '08

"...value wise, dual-core processors still offer you guys the best performance for your money, nobody will deny that. AMD brings a very interesting processor to the table, I'm not 100% sure if it'll..."

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Inside Hardware on Dec 29 '08

"All-in-all, Athlon X2 7750 Black Edition has excellent performance/price ratio, at the moment."

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Overclockers Club on Dec 15 '08

"Overall, this is a decent processor for those looking for a casual workstation computer, but if you are a hardcore enthusiast like the majority of readers looking at this review, you would be well..."

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Tweak Town on Dec 15 '08

"AMD has simply given the 7000 series the Athlon name while using only two cores of the Phenom variety clocking them with slower Northbridge speeds. It’s a definite winner, especially since they now..."

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