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AMD Athlon™ 64 X2 5000+ 2.6GHz 1MB L2 Box processor

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Long product name AMD Athlon™ 64 X2 5000+ 2.6GHz 1MB L2 Box processor :
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Athlon™ 64 X2 5000+ 2.6GHz, Socket AM2, 1MB Cache
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AMD Athlon™ 64 X2 5000+, AMD Athlon X2, 2.6 GHz, Socket AM2, 90 nm, 2000 MHz, 1 MB
Long summary description AMD Athlon™ 64 X2 5000+ 2.6GHz 1MB L2 Box processor :

AMD Athlon™ 64 X2 5000+. Processor family: AMD Athlon X2, Processor frequency: 2.6 GHz, Processor socket: Socket AM2. Processor core voltage (AC): 1.30/1.35. Thermal Design Power (TDP): 89 W. L1 cache: 0.25 MB

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Reviews
Updated:
2011-07-30
Testseek has collected 28 expert reviews for AMD Athlon™ 64 X2 5000+ and the average expert rating is 76 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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Source Review comments Score
Bjorn3d.com
Updated:
2011-07-30
During the past year AMDs socket 939 line of FX, Athlon and Opteron processors in have gracefully emerged as champions in the Computer Enthusiast worlds most sacred race, speed. Some of the benchmarks have been close while others, namely gaming relat...
Good Excellent utilization of DDR-2 SDRAM, Decreased memory power consumption and heat production, Extremely fast and reliable, In-chip virtualization support, Decreased CPU core voltage and heat production...
Bad Expensive (as are all highend CPUs)...
Bottom line AMD has done what we feel to be an outstanding job with the introduction of their socket AM2 lineup. The X2 5000+ we reviewed today completely surprised us from the standpoint of how well it performs, particularly in the realm of memory related benchm...
95%
hardwarezone.com.sg
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2014-01-19
Originally planned for launch during the upcoming Computex 2006 on the 6th of June, Intels earlier than expected announcements of their next generation Core 2 Duo processors slated for the same period have certainly helped AMD shuffle m...
90%
sharkyextreme.com
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2011-07-30
The war between dual core converts and single core enthusiasts has been going on since the first dual core processor rolled off the line. One side appreciates the seamless multi-tasking and super multi-threaded performance, while the other expresses d...
Good Priced Competitively, Dual Channel DDR2800, Lower Power and Heat Specs...
Bad Still 90nm, 2x512MB L2 Hampers Game Performance...
Bottom line The launch of the Athlon 64 FX-62 and Athlon 64 X2 5000+ processors, while impressive in their own right, is almost secondary to the future potential of Socket AM2. Certainly, it is nice to see the higher performance and improved specifications of the...
85%
extremetech.com
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2011-07-30
With the new CPUs come or, in the case of ATI, slight variations on existing core logic. Well be covering the core logic scene for the new CPUs in considerably more detail tomorrow. While its difficult to separate performance of a CPU from its core...
Good Solid performance across the board; virtualization support; lower cost than the FX-62.
Bad Only 512KB of L2 cache per core; still pricey.
Bottom line If you cant quite afford an FX-62, youll still be pretty happy with the 5000+...
80%
planetx64.com
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2011-07-30
AMD has proven themselves again and again as a manufacturer that can deliver innovative products, performance, and stability. With the AM2 we see another indication that AMD is not only thinking ahead, but also ensuring that they provide the consumer...
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tomshardware.com
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2011-07-30
While CPU architectures are typically available for years, AMD and Intel tend to offer improved steppings throughout a products lifecycle. We look at the history of the Athlon 64 X2 5000, complete with lab tests.
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digital-daily.com
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2011-07-30
Typical roundup materials devoted to CPU tests are normally biased towards two extremes. As a rule, on the moment of release of new chips they test and compare top-end models, while putting an emphasis at value chips in the "off-season". As regards the...
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MotherBoards.org
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2011-07-30
It seems that every year we see a new batch of CPU contestants from both the AMD and Intel camps. Traditionally they are seen to be bringing new toys at the holiday season and once again at the second quarter. There have been many changes in the last y...
Bottom line This round shows the gap between Intel and AMD taking a wider gap in favor of AMD for the first time; to be candid the FX62 was a smoking gun as an out of box product. AMD has really made advancements the past year with new faster CPUs and better chips...
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ixbtlabs.com
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2011-07-30
In this article well review another two AMD Socket AM2 processors: Athlon 64 X2 5000+ and Athlon 64 X2 4800+. These are rather interesting because the former has performance rating higher by 200 points due to its 2.6GHz clock rate versus 2.4GHz clock...
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legitreviews.com
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2011-07-30
Last week Intel introduced their Core 2 Duo Processors and Legit Reviews covered the announcement by releasing our thoughts on the Intel Core 2 Extreme Processor X6800 and the Intel Core 2 Duo Processor E6700. Both of the processors are at the top...
Bottom line Our testing showed that when gaming at high resolutions the limiting factor is not the processor, but is actually the graphics card. This was shown to be true in three out of the six games that we benchmarked. We used the ATI Radeon X1900XTX graphics...
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Computerpoweruser.com
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2011-07-30
Athlon 64 X2 5000+ $696 AMD (408) 749-4000 www.amd.com 3.5 CPUs Specs: Dual-core; 2.6GHz; 512KB L2 cache x2; 128KB L1 cache x2; 128-bit DDR-2 memory controller (dual-channel); 2GHz HyperTransport link; Socket AM2; 89W max thermal power; 90nm process Wh...
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tbreak.ae
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2011-07-30
Sooner or later, AMD had to bite the bullet- the transition from DDR to DDR2 had to be made. What was making it harder for AMD is the high latency that’s associated with DDR2 memory. This hurts AMD more than Intel since they have an integrated memor...
Bottom line One thing thats clear from the benchmarks in the previous pages is that if you already own an FX-60, there is no need to rush out and buy the new 5000+. We didnt receive the FX-62 from AMD so we cant say how well that will compete against the FX-60. Th...
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neoseeker.com
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2011-07-30
AMDs long-awaited transition to the DDR2 platform has finally arrived today, in the form of Socket AM2. The community has been waiting patiently for this day, twiddling its thumbs, checking long-in-the-tooth DDR Sandra memory scores, only imagining wh...
Bottom line Ok, that was a lot of work - and a lot of fun. Clearly AMD has delivered a very viable processor with the AM2 launch. The on-board DDR2 memory controller provides extremely low DDR2 latency that cannot be matched even by the excellent Intel 975X chips...
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hardwaresecrets.com
Updated:
2011-07-30
Our review of Athlon 64 5000+, one of the first AMD CPUs supporting DDR2 memories and based on the new AM2 socket. Check it out!...
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amdzone.com
Updated:
2011-07-30
Ive posted my review of the FX62, X2 5000+ on the AM2 socket as well as details on the nForce 500 series chipset we tested on. Asus and Foxconn boards were used in our testing. We also have some testing with 1066MHz DDR2. Im adding overclocking resul...
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techwarelabs.com
Updated:
2011-07-30
AMDIntroducing Socket AM2 Today AMD has introduced its next step in processor architecture. The AM2 brings with it a new socket and new features processor features. AM2 will be available in all present product lines and in all present speeds. This inc...
Bottom line AMD has once again moved in the right direction with the release of AM2 with support for DDR2. While the performance gains are not as staggering as they were with the release of the Athlon, or the Athlon 64, they are still noticeable. Overall the conv...
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