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AMD 810 vs AMD 910

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May 29, 2010 1:36:17 PM

Here are some specifications of both of them

AMD 810 Specs
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Processor-AMD Phenom™ II X4
Model-810
OPN Tray-HDX810WFK4FGI
OPN PIB-HDX810WFGIBOX
Operating Mode 32 Bit-Yes
Operating Mode 64 Bit-Yes
Revision-C2
Core Speed (MHz)-2600
Voltages-0.875-1.425V
Max Temps (C)-71'C
Wattage-95 W
Virtualization-Yes
L1 Cache Size (KB)-128
L1 Cache Count-4
L2 Cache Size (KB)-512
L2 Cache Count-4
L3 Cache Size (KB)-4096
CMOS-45nm SOI
Socket-AM3
AMD Business Class-No
Black Edition-No


AMD 910 Specs
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Processor-AMD Phenom™ II X4
Model-910
OPN Tray-HDX910WFK4DGI
OPN PIB-N/A
Operating Mode 32 Bit-Yes
Operating Mode 64 Bit-Yes
Revision-C2
Core Speed (MHz)-2600
Voltages-0.875-1.425V
Max Temps (C)-71'C
Wattage-95 W
Virtualization-Yes
L1 Cache Size (KB)-128
L1 Cache Count-4
L2 Cache Size (KB)-512
L2 Cache Count-4
L3 Cache Size (KB)-6144
CMOS-45nm SOI
Socket-AM3
AMD Business Class-No
Black Edition-No


I can understand some of this but most of it is just a bunch of numbers to me. I'm mainly going to be doing 1080p video editing in Sony Vegas 9.0 and Premiere Pro CS4 with Photoshop thrown in here and there.

Could someone please decipher these crazy numbers for me and tell me which would be best for what I will be doing?

Thank You!

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May 29, 2010 1:58:34 PM

Literally the only difference is the L3 cache. If you notice, all other specs are identical.
L3 cache is like memory but directly on the CPU die so it is something like 10x faster than ram. So, the more the better with otherwise identical CPUs.

Honestly though, the difference would be minimal. Unless the difference in price between the two is less than $5, then get the Phenom II 810.
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May 29, 2010 2:26:04 PM

enzo matrix said:
Literally the only difference is the L3 cache. If you notice, all other specs are identical.
L3 cache is like memory but directly on the CPU die so it is something like 10x faster than ram. So, the more the better with otherwise identical CPUs.

Honestly though, the difference would be minimal. Unless the difference in price between the two is less than $5, then get the Phenom II 810.


From what I've seen the price difference has been around $50 so I'll be sticking with the 810.

Thank you!
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May 29, 2010 2:26:13 PM

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