AMD Athlon X2 7750 Black Edition 2.7GHz Socket AM2+

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By Expert Reviews on 80

Although both the 7850 and 7750 processors carry the now elderly Athlon name, theyre based on the same processing core as the original Phenom. This may be confusing but its nothing new, as Intel resurrected the Pentium name for its budget Core 2...

By BrightHub on 100

When youre shopping for a new CPU, the older Athlon 64 X2 tag might not seem all that eye-catching next to the Phenom x4 or core i7 offerings, but this particular little monster is definitely worth looking at if you are on any kind of a budget....

By TechRadar on 70

An AMD Black Edition processor for just £65? What devilry is this? Well, despite the arrival of the improved Phenom II, the lower end of the scale is where AMD still overwhelmingly operates. An unlocked CPU multiplier for easy overclocking is a...

By Trusted Reviews on 80

AMD just launched a pair of dual-core Socket AM2+ processors, which may sound like dull news in these days of quad-core CPU power but stick with us as theres a tale worth telling... We last reviewed a dual core more than a year ago. This was a...

By HEXUS.net on 71

harvesting the Phenom architecture for dual-core ends, AMDs not made many price-related performance gains, but it now has a dual-core architecture that should scale well through 2009, especially as a move to 45nm production is a given....

By BeHardware on

January 5, 2009 Since the launch of the Phenom X4, and then the X3, the Athlon X2s (ex-Athlon 64 X2) have seen themselves gradually downgraded, now finding themselves in the entry-level segment, with a price tag of under €100. Of course there has...

By InsideHW on

Kuma (Athlon X2) is great overclocker and great replacement for earlier X2 Black Edition models. Although it operates on lower frequencies then old Windsor F3 with 6400+ mark, Kuma core brings new technologies to the table and higher efficiency. We...

By Tom's Hardware UK on

Everybody is getting excited about the upcoming Phenom II launch. AMD has already released a bit of information, saying that the 45 nm Phenom II has reached 6.3 GHz cooled with liquid nitrogen, and the pre-release press information indicates that...

By PC Games Hardware on

The new Athlon X2 doesnt set any new performance records - but it isnt intended to do so anyway: It is supposed to offer as much performance as possible for low prices in the region below 100 Euros. The performance is good so far, the Kuma can...

By Extreme Overclocking on

The AMD Athlon X2 7750 Black Edition processor is a welcome addition to product lineup of K10 chips. While not as glorious as AMDs high end Quad or Tri core Phenom processors, the dual core products still fill an important niche. Targeting the...

By Legit Reviews on

AMD's Brisbane based dual-core processors have been around for two years and have finally been replaced by the newer Kuma core that is derived from the Phenom series of processors....

By Guru of 3D on

So then, the conclusion is often a little more complicated than expected. On one hand, price-performance wise AMD has a very exciting product here, and that has everything to do with pricing. Fact is, we took an Intel E8200 (2.67 GHz) processor that...

By Fudzilla on

Speed-wise, its a good step forward for AMD, but Intel has clearly the lead with their Wolfdale CPUs. Intel Core i7 is a different story entirely, but of course they are in another performance league.The price for this new CPU is around €75,- now...

By Tom's Hardware on

By no means is a Phenom-based Athlon X2 a revolutionary leap forward for AMD, since the release of a new generation of Athlon X2 processors following Intel’s numbering scheme was really a long time in coming as the company adapted its newer, more...