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The Reviewed CPUs

In the tables below, we compare the main features of the CPUs included in our review.

CPU Cores HT IGP Internal Clock Turbo Clock Base Clock Core Tech. TDP Socket Price
Athlon 5150 4 No Yes 1.6 GHz No 100 MHz Kabini 28 nm 25 W AM1 USD 50*
A4-5000 4 No Yes 1.5 GHz No 100 MHz Kabini 28 nm 15 W FCBGA769 USD 73**
Sempron 2650 2 No Yes 1.45 GHz No 100 MHz Kabini 28 nm 25 W AM1 USD 35*
Pentium J2900

4

No Yes 2.41 GHz 2.67 GHz 100 MHz Bay Trail-D 22 nm 10 W FCBGA1170 USD 104**
Celeron J1800 2 No Yes 2.41 GHz 2.58 GHz 100 MHz Bay Trail-D 22 nm 10 W FCBGA1170 USD 60**

* Motherboards can be found starting at USD 30

** The price includes the motherboard, since this CPU is soldered to the motherboard

Prices were researched at Newegg.com on the day we published this review. TDP stands for Thermal Design Power and states the maximum amount of heat the CPU can dissipate.

Below you can see the memory configuration for each CPU.

CPU L2 Cache L3 Cache Memory Support Memory Channels
Athlon 5150 2 MiB No Up to DDR3-1600 One
A4-5000 2 MiB No Up to DDR3-1600 One
Sempron 2650 1 MiB No Up to DDR3-1333 One
Pentium J2900 2 MiB No Up to DDR3-1333 Two
Celeron J1800 1 MiB No Up to DDR3-1333 Two

Below we have a quick comparison of the video engine of the CPUs.

CPU Video Engine DirectX Clock Cores
Athlon 5150 Radeon R3 11.2 600 MHz 128
A4-5000 Radeon HD 8330 11.1 500 MHz 128
Sempron 2650 Radeon R3 11.2 400 MHz 128
Pentium J2900 Intel HD 11 688/896 MHz 4
Celeron J1800 Intel HD 11 688/792 MHz 4