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All Phenom Models
Author: Richard Vertrees and Rafael Otto Coelho and Gabriel Torres
Type: Tutorials Last Updated: October 3, 2011
Page: 2 of 7
Phenom X3 Models

The Phenom CPU with three cores is called “Phenom X3,” 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)

Voltage

8850

HD8850WCGHBOX

HD8850WCJ3BGH

2.5 GHz

B3

1.8 GHz

7.2 GB/s

95 W

71

1.05 V - 1.25 V

8750

HD875ZWCGHBOX

HD875ZWCJ3BGH

2.4 GHz

B3

1.8 GHz

7.2 GB/s

95 W

71

1.05 V - 1.25 V

8750

HD8750WCGHBOX

HD8750WCJ3BGH

2.4 GHz

B3

1.8 GHz

7.2 GB/s

95 W

70

1.05 V - 1.25 V

8650

HD8450WCGHBOX

HD8650WCJ3BGH

2.3 GHz

B3

1.8 GHz

7.2 GB/s

95 W

70

1.05 V - 1.25 V

8600

N/A

HD8600WCJ3BGD

2.3 GHz

B2

1.8 GHz

7.2 GB/s

95 W

70

1.05 V - 1.25 V

8450e

HD8450ODGHBOX

HD8450ODJ4BGH

2.1 GHz

B3

1.8 GHz

7.2 GB/s

65 W

71

1.05 V - 1.25 V

8450

HD8450WCGHBOX

HD8450WCJ3BGH

2.1 GHz

B3

1.8 GHz

7.2 GB/s

95 W

70

1.05 V - 1.25 V

8400

N/A

HD8400WCJ3BGD

2.1 GHz

B2

1.8 GHz

7.2 GB/s

95 W

70

1.05 V - 1.25 V

8250e

HD8250ODGHBOX

HD8250ODJ4BGH

1.9 GHz

B3

1.8 GHz

7.2 GB/s

65 W

71

1.05 V - 1.25 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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