AMD Phenom 2 X6 1075T 3.0GHz Socket AM3
True 6 physical core processor.
Turbo Core feature auto-overclocks to 3.5GHz if 3 or fewer cores in use.
Easily overclocks to more than 4GHz in an 890FX motherboard.
Excellent performance in media transcoding and professional rendering and modelling.
Slower than 1090T.
By iXBT Labs on March 25, 2013
We've already reviewed the top processor of AMD's Vishera family, FX-8350. That was just the beginning of the big refresh for the Socket AM3+ platform. AMD has also rolled out a number of more affordable CPUs. Today we're going to cover them...-
By iXBT Labs on February 01, 2013
For today's tests we have prepared two groups of processors. The first includes Phenom II old-timers AMD has repeatedly cut prices on. The second is composed of the newer, budget Intel Ivy Bridge processors. Let's see what is preferable these...-
By Tom's Hardware on December 23, 2012
Benchmarking 86 CPUs takes a while. After long last, though, we have 51 models from AMD and 35 from Intel tested in our current suite. If you want to know how your processor sizes up to its competition, you'll find plenty of comparison data...-
By Kitguru.net on June 03, 2011
If you’re in the market for a hex-core AMD processor, buy the 1090T or 1100T – Black Editions...75
By DigitalVersus on January 03, 2011
AMD is finally matching the high-end performance levels given by Intel CPUs and while the very high end is still some way off, we do like the consistency given by this...80
By Atomic MPC on December 10, 2010
A decent chip, marred by price and performance....80
By Legit Reviews on December 03, 2010
Whether you are building a new system or upgrading to a faster processor the AMD Phenom II X6 1075T should be a serious contender on your short list. It offers great performance on lightly threaded applications and excelled at heavily threaded...-
By Rbmods.com on November 25, 2010
This cpu performs well but for 15-20$ you can get the 1090T that performs a tad better than the 1075T. I understand AMD makes cpu's for all markets but a 15$ difference really makes the 1090T a much better buy with the higher performance. AMD and...-
By iXBT Labs on November 23, 2010
The overall score quite precisely describes processor standings which marketing specialists could have in mind when setting prices. So, formally, we can say that every processor is in its place and is worth buyers' attention. Although, considering...-
By TechRadar on November 17, 2010
AMD's six-core Thuban processor has been a TechRadar favourite since launch back in April. But with just two Phenom II X6 models on offer, it wasn't exactly the widest range of chips.Enter, therefore, the new AMD Phenom II X6 1075T. At 3.0GHz,...90