All Phenom Models
By Richard Vertrees e Rafael Coelho e Gabriel Torres on October 3, 2011


Introduction

Phenom is the latest CPU series from AMD, based on their K10 architecture. In this short tutorial, we will list the main specs of all Phenom models released thus far.

The Phenom and Phenom II line uses the HyperTransport 3.0 bus between the CPU and the chipset, increasing the available bandwidth between the CPU and the external world. It is important to note that so far Phenom CPUs do not work at the maximum speed provided by HT3. Click here to understand more.

The Phenom series uses a separated voltage source for the CPU and for the embedded memory controller (a.k.a. “split plane” or “Dual Dynamic Power Management,” DDPM), as well as a separated clock generator for the memory controller, with a fixed value. This solves the problem that occurred with Athlon 64 processors where, depending on the CPU, the memories wouldn’t work at their full speed.

The embedded memory controller of the Phenom CPUs supports DDR2 memories up to DDR2-1066/PC2-8500 on socket AM2+ models and DDR3 memories up to DDR3-1333/PC3-10666 on socket AM3 models. Socket AM3 models can be installed on certified socket AM2+ motherboards, allowing them to work with DDR2 memories.

Phenom CPUs can be installed on older socket AM2 motherboards. However, they will be limited to the HyperTransport 2.0 transfer rate of 4,000 MB/s, won’t have the DDPM technology available, and the memory controller will work at a lower clock rate (1.6 GHz).

The basic features of Phenom CPUs include:

For a complete explanation about the new K10 architecture, please read our Inside AMD K10 Architecture tutorial.

We will take a look at the models available in the next pages.

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.

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.

Phenom II X2 Models

Phenom II X2 CPUs are dual-core Phenom processors manufactured using the 45 nm process, having 6 MB L3 cache, and supporting DDR3 memories (socket AM3). These CPUs can also be installed on certified socket AM2+ motherboards, where they can work with DDR2 memories. In the table below, we have listed all models available to date.

Model

OPN (Box)

OPN (Tray)

Clock

Revision

Socket

MC Clock

HT

TDP

Max. Temp. (° C)

Voltage

B55

N/A

HDXB55WFK2DGM

3.0 GHz

C2

AM3

2.2 GHz

8.0 GB/s

80 W

70

0.775 V - 1.425 V

B53

N/A

HDXB53WFK2DGM

2.8 GHz

C3

AM3

2.2 GHz

8.0 GB/s

80 W

70

0.8 V - 1.425 V

565

N/A

HDZ565WFK2DGM

3.4 GHz

C3

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GB/s

80 W

70

0.775 V - 1.425 V

555

HDZ555WFGMBOX

HDZ555WFK2DGM

3.2 GHz

C3

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GB/s

80 W

70

0.875 V - 1.4 V

550

N/A

HDX550WFK2DGM

3.1 GHz

C3

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GB/s

80 W

70

0.875 V - 1.4 V

550

HDZ550WFGIBOX

HDZ550WFK2DGI

3.1 GHz

C2

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GB/s

80 W

70

0.85 V - 1.425 V

545

HDX545WFGMBOX

HDX545WFK2DGM

3.0 GHz

C3

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GB/s

80 W

70

0.9 V - 1.4 V

545

N/A

HDX545WFK2DGI

3.0 GHz

C2

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GB/s

80 W

70

0.875 V - 1.425 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.

Phenom II X3 Models

Phenom II X3 CPUs are the triple-core Phenom processors manufactured using the 45 nm process, having a 6 MB L3 cache and supporting DDR3 memories (when installed on socket AM3 motherboards). These CPUs can also be installed on certified socket AM2+ motherboards, where they can use DDR2 memories. In the table below, we have listed all models available so far.

Model

OPN (Box)

OPN (Tray)

Clock

Rev.

Socket

MC Clock

HT

TDP

Max. Temp. (° C)

Voltage

B75

N/A

HDXB75WFK3DGI

3.0 GHz

C2

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GB/s

95 W

73

0.8 V - 1.425 V

B73

N/A

HDXB73WFK3DGI

2.8 GHz

C2

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GB/s

95 W

73

0.8 V - 1.425 V

720

HDZ720WFGIBOX

HDZ720WFK3DGI

2.8 GHz

C2

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GB/s

95 W

73

0.850 V - 1.425 V

710

HDX710WFGIBOX

HDX710WFK3DGI

2.6 GHz

C2

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GB/s

95 W

73

0.875 V - 1.425 V

705e

HD705EOCGIBOX

HD705EOCK3DGI

2.5 GHz

C2

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GB/s

65 W

72

0.85 V - 1.25 V

700e

N/A

HD700EOCK3DGI

2.4 GHz

C2

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GB/s

65 W

72

0.825 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.

Phenom II X4 Models

Phenom II X4 is a quad-core Phenom manufactured using 45 nm technology, having a 4 or 6 MB L3 cache. Socket AM3 models support DDR3 memories and can also be installed on certified AM2+ motherboards with DDR2 memories. In the table below, we have listed all models available so far.

Model

OPN (Box)

OPN (Tray)

Clock

L3 Cache

Rev.

Socket

MC Clock *

HT

TDP

Max. Temp. (° C)

Voltage

980 “Black Edition”

HDZ980FBGMBOX

HDZ980FBK4DGM

3.7 GHz

6 MB

C3

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GB/z

125 W

N/A

N/A

975 “Black Edition”

HDZ975FBGMBOX

HDZ975FBK4DGM

3.6 GHz

6 MB

C3

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GB/s

125 W

62

0.825 V -1.40 V

970 “Black Edition”

HDZ970FBGMBOX

HDZ970FBK4DGM

3.5 GHz

6 MB

C3

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GB/s

125 W

62

0.825 V -1.40 V

965

HDZ965FBGMBOX

HDZ965FBK4DGM

3.4 GHz

6 MB

C3

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GB/s

125 W

62

0.825 V - 1.4 V

965

HDZ965FBGIBOX

HDZ965FBK4DGI

3.4 GHz

6 MB

C2

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GB/s

140 W

62

0.85 V - 1.425 V

955 “Black Edition”

HDZ955FBGMBOX

HDZ955FBK4DGM

3.2 GHz

6 MB

C3

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GB/s

125 W

62

0.825 V -1.425 V

955

N/A

HDX955FBK4DGM

3.2 GHz

6 MB

C3

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GB/s

125 W

62

0.85 V - 1.4 V

955

HDZ955FBGIBOX

HDZ955FBK4DGI

3.2 GHz

6 MB

C2

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GB/s

125 W

62

0.875 V - 1.5 V

945

HDX945FBGIBOX

HDX945WFK4DGM

3.0 GHz

6 MB

C3

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GB/s

95 W

71

0.85 V - 1.4 V

945

HDX945WFGIBOX

HDX945WFK4DGI

3.0 GHz

6 MB

C2

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GB/s

95 W

71

0.85 V - 1.425 V

945

HDX945FBGIBOX

HDX945FBK4DGI

3.0 GHz

6 MB

C2

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GB/s

125 W

62

0.875 V - 1.5 V

940

HDZ940XCGIBOX

HDZ940XCJ4DGI

3.0 GHz

6 MB

C2

AM2+

1.8 GHz

7.2 GB/s

125 W

62

0.875 V - 1.5 V

925

HDX925WFGIBOX

HDX925WFK4DGM

2.8 GHz

6 MB

C3

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GB/s

95 W

71

0.9 V - 1.4 V

925

HDX925WFGIBOX

HDX925WFK4DGI

2.8 GHz

6 MB

C2

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GB/s

95 W

71

0.85 V - 1.425 V

920

HDX920XCGIBOX

HDX920XCJ4DGI

2.8 GHz

6 MB

C2

AM2+

1.8 GHz

7.2 GB/s

125 W

62

0.875 V - 1.5 V

910e

HD910EOCGMBOX

HD910EOCK4DGM

2.6 GHz

6 MB

C3

AM3

2,0 GHz

8.0 GB/s

65 W

71

0.85 V - 1.25 V

910

N/A

HDX910WFK4DGI

2.6 GHz

6 MB

C2

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GB/s

95 W

71

0.875 V - 1.425 V

905e

HD905EOCGIBOX

HD905EOCK4DGI

2.5 GHz

6 MB

C2

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GHz

65 W

70

0.825 V - 1.25 V

900e

N/A

HD900EOCK4DGI

2.4 GHz

6 MB

C2

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GHz

65 W

70

0.85 V - 1.25 V

840

HDX840WFGMBOX

HDX840WFK42GM

3.2 GHz

0 MB

C3

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GHz

95 W

71

0.85 V- 1.40 V

820

HDX820WFGIBOX

HDX820WFK4FGI

2.8 GHz

4 MB

C2

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GB/s

95 W

71

0.9 V - 1.425 V

810

HDX810WFGIBOX

HDX810WFK4FGI

2.6 GHz

4 MB

C2

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GB/s

95 W

71

0.875 V - 1.425 V

805

N/A

HDX805WFK4FGI

2.5 GHz

4 MB

C2

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GB/s

95 W

71

0.875 V - 1.425 V

B95

N/A

HDXB95WFK4DGI

3.0 GHz

6 MB

C2

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GB/s

95 W

71

0.80 V - 1.425 V

B93

N/A

HDXB93WFK4DGI

2.8 GHz

6 MB

C2

AM3

2.0 GHz

8.0 GB/s

95 W

71

0.80 V - 1.425 V

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

TDP stands for Thermal Design Power and indicates the CPU maximum thermal dissipation, i.e., the CPU cooler must be able to dissipate at least this amount of heat.

Phenom II X6 Models

Phenom II X6 is a six-core Phenom CPU manufactured using 45 nm technology, having a 6 MB L3 cache. It uses socket AM3 and supports DDR3 memories but can also be installed on certified AM2+ motherboards with DDR2 memories. Unlike the other Phenom models, Phenom II X6 brings an automatic overclocking technology similar to Intel’s Turbo Boost, called Turbo Core. When the CPU “feels” that three or more cores are idle, it will increase the clock rate from the active cores. In the table below, we have listed all the models released to date.

Model

OPN (Box)

OPN (Tray)

Clock

Turbo Clock

L3 Cache

MC Clock

HT

TDP

Max. Temp. (° C)

Voltage

1100T “Black Edition”

HDE00ZFBGRBOX

HDE00ZFBK6DGR

3.3 GHz

3.7 GHz

6 MB

N/A

N/A

125 W

62

1.0 V - 1.475 V

1090T “Black Edition”

HDT90ZFBGRBOX

HDT90ZFBK6DGR

3.2 GHz

3.6 GHz

6 MB

2.0 GHz

8 GB/s

125 W

62

1.125 V - 1.40 V

1075T

HDT75TFBGRBOX

HDT75TFBK6DGR

3.0 GHz

3.5 GHz

6 MB

2.0 GHz

8 GB/s

125 W

62

1.0 V -1.475 V

1065T

HDT65TWFRBOX

HDT65TWFK6DGR

2.9 GHz

3.4 GHz

6 MB

N/A

N/A

95 W

62

1.0 V - 1.475 V

1055T

HDT55TFBGRBOX

HDT55TFBK6DGR

2.8 GHz

3.2 GHz

6 MB

2.0 GHz

8 GB/s

125 W

62

1.125 V - 1.40 V

1055T

HDT55TWFGRBOX

HDT55TWFK6DGR

2.8 GHz

3.2 GHz

6 MB

2.0 GHz

8 GB/s

95 W

71

1.075 V - 1.375 V

1035T

HDT35TWFGRBOX

HDT35TWFK6DGR

2.6 GHz

3.1 GHz

6 MB

2.0 GHz

8 GB/s

95 W

71

0.975 V -1.425 V

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

TDP stands for Thermal Design Power and indicates the CPU maximum thermal dissipation, i.e., the CPU cooler must be able to dissipate at least this amount of heat.

Originally at http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/All-Phenom-Models/504


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