AMD Phenom II X4 910e 2.6GHz 65W TDP Processor ReviewSun, Jan 24, 2010 - 11:18 PM
The AMD Phenom II X4 910e is an interesting 2.6GHz quad-core processor due to the fact that the chip features a 65W max TDP. This means you have a full-featured Phenom II quad core CPU for compute needs, but it also fits the bill for PCs built with lower power consumption, heat and noise in mind. Read on to see how the 910e performs.
The AMD Phenom II 910e is a Quad-core processor that features the Deneb core. The predecessor to the Phenom II 910e was the 905e. The Phenom II 905e had the same bus speed as the Phenom II 910e has but the multiplier was x12.5 while the Phenom II 910e has a x13 multiplier. That small bump in the multiplier is what accounts for the 100MHz difference in the two processors. That means that the AMD Phenom II X4 910e has a final clock frequency of 2.6GHz with 2MB of L2 and 6MB of L3 cache. Not bad specifications for a processor that has a TDP that is nearly half the Wattage used on other popular Phenom II X4 processors!