Reviews and Problems with AMD Phenom II X6 1075T (HDT75TFBGRBOX)
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blazing fast affordable 6 core upgrade for your aging AM3 motherboard
8 January 2014
Summary: The 1075T has a massive amount of punch compared to my 955 x4. i could not believe it. benchmark tests are amazing. i've never seen prime95 move so fast! Anyway enough geek talk. For those wanting to skip the am3+ platform and are waiting for AM4 like me. This is the BEST cpu to get your hands on. Dont bother with a 1090t or 1100t. You will not notice the difference in real world applications. No this cpu can not be overclocked but why bother!
Summary: I am a longtime AMD customer going back to the days of the 486. They've always made rock solid CPUs and this one is no exception. I purchased this one to go in a new system I built. It shipped quickly, was well packaged, was easy to install, and works great. Highly recommended!
Summary: CPU works fine. Replaced older CPU in my M4A79T Deluxe MOBO and have had no issues with the CPU. Multiple problems with the ASUS MOBO. I am on the third replacement of the MOBO in less than 2 years.
Summary: I upgraded from an AMD Athlon 64 X2. I have been very pleased with the speed increase. The processor popped in to the AM3 slot without any problems. The included heat sink and fan appeared well constructed and of good design. They easily slipped in to position on my motherboard. I have been pleased with the speed increase in most applications and have really appreciated the improved multi-tasking when I am working and playing.
Summary: Got a very nice processor without dropping tons of cash. Easy to overclock if you have a decent mobo. Thought about going up to BE but did not think it was worth the extra cash; can overclock this one just fine. Cons: Stock fan kinda noisy but works well. Might trade up for a quieter low-profile fan (using SFF case). Other Thoughts: Would definitely buy again.
Summary: The AMD CPU 1075T 3.0ghz CPU is exactly as advertised. It is fast and surprisingly, the heatsink and fan that goes with it keeps it cool. As others may have mentioned, if you decide to OC, then you need a better fan but I don't OC my chip so I save the extra $80-120. I love AMD! Using it on a Gigabyte 890GPA-UD3H mobo. Mobo is ok but doesn't work with 4gb x 2 RAMs using only two slots. Major drawback on this mobo.