AMD’s Phenom II X6 processors will be launched on Apr 26th/27th (depending on your location). On hand, we have some information of one of the processor, Phenom II X6 1035T.

The Phenom II X6 1035T processor is based on the Thuban 45nm core. It has a core voltage of 1.2v. From the CPU-Z screen shot, we can see that it supports 6 x 64 KB of L1 Data, 6 x 64 KB of L1 Instruction, 6 x 512K L2 cache and 6MB of L3 cache. It clocks at 200MHz with multiplier of 13x, processor is clocked at 2.6GHz.

It scaores 11962 in Cinebench10 in multi core scores, almost 1.46x faster than a Phenom II X3 710 processor (Cinebench score is 8184)  clocked at 200×13.

There was an error in the previous post and it has been corrected (thanks to those who has commented on the error).

Below are screen shots of the scoreline in Cinebench10 and the CPU-Z screenshot.


5 thoughts on “Phenom II X6 1035T CPU-Z screenshot and Cinebench10 results; outperforms same clock speed Phenom II X3 710 by 1.46x”
  1. Meh just as I expected, certainly not bad but certainly very uninspiring. AMD have got to get bulldozer out, they are flogging a dead horse with the K10 core. I’ll skip this round and wait and see what happens with bulldozer.

  2. How can you say that the 1035T is 3.9x faster than the X3 710 with your scores? you give the multiGPU score of the 1035T and compare it with the single GPU score of the X3 710. It’s not serious to say and Bluetooth should think about the news before to say something totally wrong

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