All Phenom Models

Phenom X4 Models

The Phenom CPU with four cores is called “Phenom X4,” and in the table below, we list all models available. Models based on the “B2” revision (i.e., CPUs with model number ending in “00”) have a bug called “TLB bug,” which is fully described here. Models based on B3 revision (i.e., CPUs with model number ending in “50”) don’t suffer from this problem.

Model OPN (Box) OPN (Tray) Clock Rev. MC Clock HT TDP Max. Temp. (° C) Voltages
9950 “Black Edition” HD995ZXAGHBOX HD995ZXAJ4BGH 2.6 GHz B3 2.0 MHz 8.0 GB/s 125 W 61 1.05 V – 1.30 V
9950 “Black Edition” HD995ZFAGHBOX HD995ZFAJ4BGH 2.6 GHz B3 2.0 MHz 8.0 GB/s 140 W 64 1.05 V – 1.30 V
9850 HD9850XAGHBOX HD9850XAJ4BGH 2.5 GHz B3 2.0 GHz 8.0 GB/s 125 W 61 1.05 V – 1.30 V
9850 “Black Edition” HD985ZXGHBOX HD985ZXAJ4BGH 2.5 GHz B3 2.0 GHz 8.0 GB/s 125 W 61 1.05 V – 1.30 V
9750 HD9750WCGHBOX HD9750WCJ4BGH 2.4 GHz B3 1.8 GHz 7.2 GB/s 95 W 70 1.10 / 1.15 / 1.20 / 1.25 V
9750 HD9750XAGHBOX HD9750XAJ4BGH 2.4 GHz B3 1.8 GHz 7.2 GB/s 125 W 61 1.20 / 1.25 / 1.30 V
9650 HD9650WCGHBOX HD9650WCJ4BGH 2.3 GHz B3 1.8 GHz 7.2 GB/s 95 W 70 1.10 / 1.15 / 1.20 / 1.25 V
9600 “Black Edition” HD960ZWCGDBOX HD960ZWCJ4BGD 2.3 GHz B2 1.8 GHz 7.2 GB/s 95 W 70 1.10 / 1.15 / 1.20 / 1.25 V
9600 HD960ZWCGDBOX HD960ZWCJ4BGD 2.3 GHz B2 1.8 GHz 7.2 GB/s 95 W 70 1.10 / 1.15 / 1.20 / 1.25 V
9600 HD9600GDBOX HD9600WCJ4BGD 2.3 GHz B2 1.8 GHz 7.2 GB/s 95 W 70 1.10 / 1.15 / 1.20 / 1.25 V
9550 HD9550WCGHBOX HD9550WCJ4BGH 2.2 GHz B3 1.8 GHz 7.2 GB/s 95 W 70 1.10 / 1.15 / 1.20 / 1.25 V
9500 HD9500GDBOX HD9500WCJ4BGD 2.2 GHz B2 1.8 GHz 7.2 GB/s 95 W 70 1.10 / 1.15 / 1.20 / 1.25 V
9450e HD9450ODGHBOX HD9450ODJ4BGH 2.1 GHz B3 1.8 GHz 7.2 GB/s 65W 70 1.0 V –  1.125 V
9350e HD9350ODGHBOX HD9350ODJ4BGH 2.0 GHz B3 1.8 GHz 7.2 GB/s 65 W 70 1.0 V – 1.125 V
9150e HD9150ODGHBOX HD9150ODJ4BGH 1.8 GHz B3 1.6 GHz 6.4 GB/s 65 W 70 1.0 V -1 .125 V
9100e N/A HD9100OBJ4BGD 1.8 GHz B2 1.6 GHz 6.4 GB/s 65 W 61 1.10 / 1.125 / 1.15 V

MC stands for “Memory Controller.” This clock is also known as “North Bridge Clock” or simply “NB Clock.”

TDP, Thermal Design Power, is how much power the CPU dissipates, meaning that you must match the CPU with a cooler capable of dissipating that amount of power.

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Author: Rafael Coelho

Rafael Otto Coelho is a physicist with a master's degree in Education, and is a college professor in Brazil.

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