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Reviews of AMD Athlon 2 X4 620 2.6GHz Socket AM3

Testseek.com have collected 89 expert reviews of the AMD Athlon 2 X4 620 2.6GHz Socket AM3 and the average rating is 86%. Scroll down and see all reviews for AMD Athlon 2 X4 620 2.6GHz Socket AM3.
Award: Editor’s Choice September 2009
September 2009
 
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The editors liked

  • Quad Core performance
  • Price
  • Optimized for upcoming Windows 7
  • Reverse Compatibility
  • DDR2 and DDR3 Memory support
  • Inexpensive
  • Good performance for the price
  • Supporting motherboards are also inexpensive
  • Supports virtualization
  • Great pricing
  • Good performance
  • Low power consumption and heat
  • Good overclocking and great underclocking potential
  • Same list of technology support as Phenoms
  • Socket AM2/DDR2 compatibility
  • Cheap
  • Stable performance
  • 95W
  • Low power consumer

The editors didn't like

  • NONE!!
  • Noticeably slower than higher-end chips when running multicore-capable applications
  • Lower gaming performance
  • Not the best choice for die hard overclockers
  • High stock voltage
  • Overclocking
  • HDMI
  • DVI support

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  Published: 2009-09-16, Author: Nathan , review by: legitreviews.com

  • Abstract:  The AMD Athlon II X4 series of processors offers an excellent value for consumers that are looking to build entry level and mainstream system builds.

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  Published: 2009-09-16, review by: anandtech.com

  • Abstract:  How does AMD respond to Lynnfield? Is it by drastically cutting prices on Phenom II? Nope. By introducing the world’s first quad-core processor to debut at $99. Now that’s cool.It’s called the Athlon II X4 and its existence shouldn’t be any surprise. A...

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  Published: 2009-09-16, review by: hothardware.com

  • Abstract:  Partnered with the excellent AMD 785G chipset, AMD's new Athlon II X4 quad-cores provide a feature-packed platform at a very low price. While there may be cheaper dual-core solutions out there, a quad-core for a few more bucks will be hard to pass up...

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  Published: 2009-09-16, review by: guru3d.com

  • With each AMD processor that enters our test facility I always get a bit of a smile on my face. Theres always something positive going on with their products lately, typically its all about pricing. Heck, its how AMD originally started and its whe...

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  Published: 2009-09-16, review by: techwarelabs.com

  • AMD decided to take thier time and design a processer that would have an amazing performance all around while at the same time keeping the price of the chip to a minimum. When matched up with the 785G chipset, the Athlon II X4 definately has some powe...

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  Published: 2009-09-16, review by: techspot.com

  • What $99 gets you Back in June, we reviewed the Athlon II X2 250 and found that the $15 price difference compared to the higher end Phenom II X2 550 was simply too small to justify the savings -- even though it delivered superior performance than its...

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  Published: 2009-09-16, review by: pcgameshardware.com

  • once quad-core processors had been a luxury commodity, but with the Athlon II X4 they enter the mass market - finally! One has to admit in most games and office applications a third or fourth core doesnt deliver a huge benefit, but this will change n...

 
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  Published: 2009-09-16, review by: tomshardware.com

  • AMD’s move into entry–level, quad-core processors without L3 cache was inevitable. The Athlon II X2 was the first 45nm product to take advantage of the Phenom II architecture at lower price points. Athlon II X3 and X4 now complete the low&ndas...

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  Published: 2009-09-16, review by: amdzone.com

  • So Lynnfield has launched and it appears to top AMD's best. Sort of. This is basically only with Turbo mode enabled which automatically overclocks the processor, you have to use DDR3, oh and in many situations it doesn't beat the Phenom II X4 965. It i...

 
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  Published: 2009-09-15, review by: firingsquad.com

  • Abstract:  Given all this, you may want to wait a few weeks if you’re in the market for a new entry-level quad-core processor. Intel chose not to respond to Phenom II initially when it launched earlier this year. Ultimately though...

 
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