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Tuesday, 12 January 2010 02:29

AMD Athlon II X2 245 vs 240e im Labor - 3 Spannungsreduzierung

Written by Eliot Kucharik

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Review: Energieeffizienz für alle?




Spannungsreduzierung:

Es liegt an Euch einen AMD Prozessor zu einer enegieeffizienten Version zu machen, in dem Ihr die VCore absenkt. Leider unterstützen nicht alle Boards diese Funktion, daher informiert Euch vor dem Kauf.

Der Athlon II 245 konnte von 1.4250V auf 1.1500V reduziert werden. 

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Wie üblich prüften wir mittels Prime95 die Stabilität des Systems:

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Der Athlon II 240e konnte auf 1.0500V reduziert werden, das ist zwar nicht so viel wie beim 245er, aber doch eindrucksvoll.

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