GO GREEN.. 45W CPU's WITH 22-28nM mfg-processed MULTI-CORES ARE THE FUTURE!
13 August 2011
Summary: A dual-core processor that exhibit qualities that are opposites; high-efficiency at 45W, and pretty high-powered dual-core at 2.5GHz, plus NOT BAD 2MB L2. Excellent for smaller form-factor cases where airflow and bigger heatsinks+fans are not options. You can go considerably more-powerful quads and hex's, which typically run at about 100W; hot like those "old" 100W incandescent light bulbs!
Summary: Definitely increased the speed on my emachines laptop, relatively easy to install. I needed to buy a manual to learn the steps involved in dissassembling the laptop, but with pictures it was pretty easy. Had to buy grease to make contact for about $15.
Summary: This CPU has tripled the speed of my laptop it took about 15 mins to change it out with the 1.6 single core AMD. You can do this with an Acer Aspire 5515 the lock on the CPU has to be cut or just shortened to clear the support in the unit. Then you can replace CPU with ease. The upper right corner plate on the back of laptop has 5 screws is what you remove to replace cpu.
fast dual core am2 processor w low 45 watt tup rating
5 August 2009
Summary: im in it,have recently been installing these the 4850e and 5050e cpu's due to their inexpensive price,good bus architecture,healthy fsb, medium+ rated bandwidth,as well as 3 year warranty,though warranties are not all they are cracked up to be anymore one thing remains a constant,the higher the warranty time and coverage the more faith the builder holds in that product line. All around price vs performance very hard to beat!!
Summary: I was looking for an energy efficient processor that I could use in a media PC that I was building. This chip works great, the Kool n' Quiet technology works like a charm and the processing speed is as expected. Overall I am very pleased.
Summary: I followed proper anti-static procedures, and unit never worked. Seller referred me to manufacturer site for RMA relief, site giving me run\around over acknowledging model # etc. can't get intoarea to request RMA .Iguess I'm stuck for it.