AMD Launches Piledriver Based FX-4130 – Cost Effective Vishera Processor
AMD has launched its latest FX-4130 processor today which further expands its FX-Vishera CPU lineup. Based on the x86 Piledriver architecture, the FX-4130 delivers better performance coupled with lower power consumption and low cost.
AMD FX-4130 – The Cost Effective Vishera Processor
The Quad Core FX-4130 based on the x86 Piledriver architecture is clocked at 3.8 GHz base and 3.9 GHz Turbo Core clock speed. Each core is associated with 2 MB of L3 cache giving the chip a total of 8 MB cache, a unlocked design offers better overclocking and supports the latest instruction set which includes AVX, AES and FMX. The FX-4130 has a rated TDP of 125W but consumes the same amount of power as its predecessor “FX-4100″ due to the much efficient Piledriver core architecture.
Speaking of the FX-4100, the latest Vishera FX-4130 delivers upto 9% better performance over its predecessor and 22% better performance over the similarly priced Core i3-2100 processor. The unlocked “K” design allows overclocking on the chip with which users can boost the clock speeds upto 5 GHz considering the chip comes with a newly refined heatsink package. The FX-4130 is AM3+ compatible (990FX/990X/970 chipsets).
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The FX-4130 comes at a retail price of $101 US which is a considerable price for an unlocked quad core based on the latest Piledriver architecture.
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