AMD Phenom II X4 965 Quad-core 4 Core 3.40 GHz Processor - Socket AM3 PGA-941 - 1 (2 MB - 6 MB Cache - Yes - 45 Nm - 125 W - 143.6°F 62°C)

AMD Phenom II X4 965 Quad-core 4 Core 3.40 GHz Processor - Socket AM3 PGA-941 - 1 (2 MB -...

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AMD Phenom II is for high definition entertainment, gaming, creativity, and beyond. With AMD Phenom II processors as the foundation, you'll enjoy a new level of responsiveness and visual intensity. AMD puts high definition computing within everyone's reach. AMD Phenom II processors have the power to do it all. Featuring next-generation Quad-core design, they crush even the most demanding tasks. So design it, render it, play it, create it, stream it, HD it. With AMD Phenom II processors, if you can imagine it, you can do it. AMD Phenom II processors were designed with energy efficiency in mind. Capitalizing on AMD's leadership in energy efficiency, they incorporate all of the latest technology that gives you performance when you need it and save power when you don't.

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  • AMD Phenom II X4 965 - Black | AM3 | 512KB | 45NM | 125W

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    rsquo;t sacrifice performance should find the ... PROS: (1) runs modern games reliably at high settings (2) overclocking is well supported, can be boosted pretty high (3) excellent at mutltitasking, can manage many applications at once (4) very fast processing for more complex tasks (5) stays relatively cool at factory settings ... CONS: (1) generates a lot of heat when overclocked that needs to be accounted for Read more

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