AMD100-100000022BOX
AMDHDE00ZFBGRBOX

6 Cores, 12 Threads @3.8GHz, Zen2.
Release date: Q3 2019.

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6 Cores, 6 Threads @3.3GHz, K10.
Release date: Q4 2010.

Real World Speed
Performance profile from 26,499 user samples
16,883 User Benchmarks
Best Bench: 97% Base clock 4.5 GHz, turbo 4.35 GHz (avg)
Worst Bench: 83% Base clock 3.8 GHz, turbo 1.85 GHz (avg)
Poor: 83% Great: 97%
SPEED RANK: 18th / 1197
Gaming
Gaming 92%
Nuclear submarine
Desktop
Desktop 93%
Nuclear submarine
Workstation
Workstation 79%
Battleship
9,616 User Benchmarks
Best Bench: 49% Base clock 4.1 GHz, turbo 4.05 GHz (avg)
Worst Bench: 37% Base clock 0.8 GHz, turbo 0.8 GHz (avg)
Poor: 37% Great: 49%
SPEED RANK: 438th / 1197
Gaming
Gaming 43%
Speed boat
Desktop
Desktop 44%
Speed boat
Workstation
Workstation 31%
Sail boat
Effective Speed
Effective CPU Speed
92 % Hugely faster effective speed.
+112%
43.5 %
1-Core
Avg. Single Core Mixed Speed
136 Pts Hugely faster single-core speed.
+110%
64.7 Pts
2-Core
Avg. Dual Core Mixed Speed
267 Pts Hugely faster dual-core speed.
+109%
128 Pts
4-Core
Avg. Quad Core Mixed Speed
513 Pts Hugely faster quad-core speed.
+112%
242 Pts
8-Core
Avg. Octa Core Mixed Speed
836 Pts Hugely faster octa-core speed.
+142%
346 Pts
64-Core
Avg. Multi Core Mixed Speed
1083 Pts Hugely faster 64-core speed.
+209%
351 Pts
1-Core
OC Single Core Mixed Speed
141 Pts Hugely faster OC single-core speed.
+99%
70.8 Pts
2-Core
OC Dual Core Mixed Speed
280 Pts Hugely faster OC dual-core speed.
+99%
141 Pts
4-Core
OC Quad Core Mixed Speed
551 Pts Hugely faster OC quad-core speed.
+95%
282 Pts
8-Core
OC Octa Core Mixed Speed
899 Pts Hugely faster OC octa-core speed.
+120%
409 Pts
64-Core
OC Multi Core Mixed Speed
1141 Pts Hugely faster OC 64-core speed.
+175%
415 Pts
Market Share
Based on 21,718,290 CPUs tested.
Market Share
Market Share (trailing 30 days)
0.75 % Insanely higher market share.
+1,775%
0.04 %
Value
Value For Money
98.1 % Hugely better value.
+138%
41.2 %
User Rating
UBM User Rating
111 % Hugely more popular.
+85%
60 %
Price
Price (score)
$220 Much cheaper.
+35%
$340
Age
Newest
4 Months Hugely more recent.
+96%
107 Months
TDP
Thermal Design Power (TDP)
95 Watts More energy efficient.
+24%
125 Watts
Cores
CPU Processing Cores
6 cores 6 cores
Threads
CPU Processing Threads
12 threads Hugely higher thread count.
+100%
6 threads
Lithography
Manufacturing process
7 nm Hugely newer manufacturing.
+84%
45 nm
Base Clock
Base Clock Speed
3.8 GHz Faster base frequency.
+15%
3.3 GHz
Turbo Clock
Turbo Clock Speed
4.4 GHz Faster turbo frequency.
+19%
3.7 GHz
Series
CPU Architecture
Zen2 K10
Socket
Motherboard Socket
AM4 AM3
Graphics
Integrated Graphics
None None
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The AMD Phenom II X6 1100T was the last, in a long line of Phenom II X6's. The series went 1045T, 1055T, 1065T, 1075T, 1090T and finally 1100T. Each successive release was clocked slightly higher ending with the 1100T which had a base/turbo clock speed of 3.3/3.7 GHz. The X6 has six processing cores and demonstrates very good multi-core performance but it is less able to handle single and dual core workloads, which is what the majority of consumer desktop computing requires. The X6 series were good overclockers with the ability to boost stock clocks by around 20%. Comparing the 1100T to the similarly priced i5-2400 shows that Intel's mid-range Sandy Bridge processor, which was released just a month after the 1100T, was around 8% faster for single and dual core workloads but slower by a staggering 30% for multi-core workloads. [Mar '14 CPUPro]

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