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Phenom BE-2350 spotted

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Posted May 29, 2007 by admin in CPU & Motherboards

As you’ve no doubt noticed, i’ve used AMD’s new naming system – Phenom BE-2350 translates into Athlon 64 X2 4000+. Other rumors we reported have also come true like the chips clock speeds of 2.1GHz, which has now been clarified by a CPU-Z screenshot. The version shown has a core voltage of 1.152V, and 1MB of level two cache. AMD is also scheduled to release BE-2300 and BE-2400 models operating at 1.9GHz and 2.3GHz respectively.

In case you missed our ‘AMD to drop Athlon name‘ story here is a quick recap. “Although the Athlon name is still existent on midrange products, Phenom (abbreviated version of the word “phenomenal”) will represent all high end parts, leaving Sempron for entry level parts. In the coming weeks, Dual-core processors will be dubbed Phenom X2, quad-core Agena will receive the name Phenom X4, and Agena FX and its family will receive the brand name Phenom FX.”



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