AMD ATHLON 64 X2 BE-2350 DRIVER
The last three digits are intended to indicate relative performance within a given product family. Neutronbeam Zak, you know you can’t validate any of the above details without first throwing No Interruptions Day Shortbread. So all of this sounds pretty good so far, but you’re probably wondering: At the time of publication we couldn’t confirm AMD’s claims, so we’ll just have to wait and see. We have a full slate of performance results for the BE, but we’re going to move through them quickly, since the BE is a low-end, low-power processor with few true competitors.
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These two 65nm processors run at 2. Granted that AMD won’t be making a tremendous amount of money by doing this, but the end user stands to benefit, especially those with Socket-AM2 motherboards looking for faster CPUs. We have a full slate of performance results for the BE, but we’re going to move through them quickly, since the BE is a low-end, low-power processor with few true competitors.
The BE and will have some help fitting into their thermal envelope courtesy of AMD’s new 65nm fab process. Sign up now Username Password Remember Me.
The last three digits are intended to indicate relative performance within a given product family. The new scheme is intended to provide more information about a processor at a glance and to confuse AMD’s enemies, bringing it victory on the field of battle.
Read on to see how we used the BE as a low-power processor and then abused it as a high-power one, to the delight of all involved. Neutronbeam Zak, you know you can’t validate amr of the above details without first throwing So all of this sounds pretty good so far, but you’re probably wondering: The series of letters d2 numbers after that moniker is not entirely random, either.
No Interruptions Day Shortbread. Well, apparently, not much at all.
PassMark – AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core BE – Price performance comparison
But in the background, just above the sound of the air conditioning system forcing air through the vents, I can hear it: One obvious advantage of the new naming scheme is that it more closely matches what Intel is now doing, especially the final four digits of the model names. In fact, at 35 watts, this CPU was essentially the exact same thing as a Turion 64 X2 processor, but ensconced in a desktop-style package and ready to drop into practically any Socket AM2 motherboard.
Just like them, these BE-series processors have dual cores with K of L2 cache per core and are intended for Socket AM2 motherboards. LG HU85L projector needs but two inches to cast a 90″ picture.
What’s with that funky name? I’m sure you’re aghast.
AMD Athlon X2 BE-2350: Mainstream X2s with 45W TDP
This change lines things up with future product names like athlom X4,” as well. We probably won’t know how fully AMD will deploy this tactic until it announces more details about its naming scheme or introduces more products that use it. Here’s what D2 says about it: The BE is clocked at 1. Now that the whole world has seen the wisdom of adding bit extensions in hardware and continuing to use only bit software, AMD figures its work here is done.
I’ll keep my performance commentary to a minimum. Steam names the best-selling games of Is that a motor oil?
Dubbed the Athlon X2 BE, this chip has a confusing new alphanumeric amr attached to its name, and what could be cooler than that? For now, the company intends to retain the “plus” model numbers on its existing products rather than renaming its whole lineup. Thus the simpler “Athlon X2” series is born. For what it’s worth, we have included an E in our testing for comparison.
AMD Athlon X2 BE Mainstream X2s with 45W TDP
What’s not to like? Why, you ask, should a computing device be audible in one’s living room?
Log in Don’t have an account? The BE sips power like a mobile CPU but carries a wallet-friendly price tag of under bucks, which might make it an attractive prospect for your next system build.
But as we’ve seen lately, you don’t need chart topping performance to bring excitement to the game.