Amd fx 8120

AMD FX-8120

AMD FX-8120 - 8-ядерный процессор с тактовой частотой 3100 MHz и кэшем 3-го уровня 8192 KB. Процессор предназначен для настольных компьютеров, разъем - Socket AM3+. Имеет встроенный контроллер оперативной памяти (2 канала, DDR3-1333, DDR3-1600, DDR3-1866).

Основная информация:
Год выхода2011
Сегментдля настольных компьютеров
SocketSocket AM3+
Шина2600 MHz 16-bit HyperTransport (5.2 GT/s)
Количество ядер8
Количество потоков8
Базовая частота3100 MHz
Turbo Core4000 MHz
Разблокированный множительда
Архитектура (ядро)Zambezi
Техпроцесс32 nm
Транзисторов, млн1200
TDP125 W
Макс. температура61° C
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Внутренняя память
Кэш L1, КБ8x16+4x64
Кэш L2, КБ4x2048
Кэш L3, КБ8192
Встроенные модули
Графический процессорнет
Контроллер оперативной памяти2-канальный(DDR3-1333, DDR3-1600, DDR3-1866)
Контроллер PCIeнет
Другие модули / перифериянет
Инструкции, технологии
• MMX• SSE• SSE2• SSE3• SSSE3• SSE4 (SSE4.1 + SSE4.2)• AES (Advanced Encryption Standard)• AVX (Advanced Vector Extensions)• FMA4 (4-operand Fused Multiply-Add)• XOP (eXtended Operations)• AMD64• EVP (Enhanced Virus Protection)• AMD-V (AMD Virtualization)• Turbo Core 2.0• PowerNow!

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AMD FX 8120

older Released October, 2011

  • 3.1 GHz
  • Octa core
  • Unlocked

3.3 Out of 10 CPUBoss Score

Clock speed Turbo clock speed Cores Socket type Is unlocked
3.1 GHz
4 GHz
Octa core
Has a NX bit Has virtualization support Instruction set extensions Supports dynamic frequency scaling
  1. ABM
  2. AES
  3. AMD-V
  4. AMD64
  5. AVX
  6. CLMUL
  7. CVT16
  8. F16C
  9. FMA4
  10. MMX
  11. SSE
  12. SSE2
  13. SSE3
  14. SSE4.1
  15. SSE4.2
  16. SSE4a
  17. Supplemental SSE3
  18. XOP
Memory controller Memory type Channels Supports ECC Maximum bandwidth
Dual Channel
29,866.66 MB/s
Architecture Threads L2 cache L2 cache per core L3 cache L3 cache per core Manufacture process Transistor count Max CPUs Die size Clock multiplier Voltage range Operating temperature
8 threads
8 MB
1 MB/core
8 MB
1 MB/core
32 nm
319 mm²
1.11 - 1.38V
Unknown - 61°C
Overclock popularity Overclock review score Overclocked clock speed Overclocked clock speed (Water) PassMark (Overclocked) Overclocked clock speed (Air)
4.47 GHz
4.73 GHz
4.47 GHz
TDP Annual home energy cost Annual commercial energy cost Performance per watt Idle power consumption Peak power consumption Typical power consumption
46.87 $/year
109.5 $/year
7.23 pt/W
Architecture Number of links Data rate Transfer rate Clock speed
HyperTransport 3.1
20,800 MB/s
5,200 MT/s
2,600 MHz

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AMD FX 8150 vs FX 8120

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AMD FX 8120

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AMD FX-8120 review

1 - AMD FX-8120 Review 2 - Testing 3 - AMD FX-8120 Cinebench and WPrime Performance 4 - AMD FX-8120 Image Editing and Video Encoding 5 - AMD FX-8120 Multi-tasking and Overall Performance 6 - AMD FX-8120 Gaming Performance 7 - AMD FX-8120 Power Consumption 8 - Performance Analysis, Overclocking and Conclusion Next Manufacturer: AMD UK Price (as reviewed): £129.95 (inc VAT) US Price (as reviewed): $159.99 (ex TAX)

No one will disagree that the performance PC market has been tough for AMD in recent years. Having lost a foothold and continued to stumble since Intel released its Core 2 architecture all the way back in 2006, it's now six years on, and as we saw with the FX-8150 , there's still no end in sight to Intel's dominance. Bulldozer is a disappointment for desktop PC owners.

The leaves AMD with no choice but to cut prices to compete in the only area it can, and it's done just that. The FX-8150 now costs 25 per cent less than it did six months ago - a chop of over £50 on a £200 CPU. The FX-8120 retails for just £130 - about the same as a non K-edition Core i5 and about £30 more than the priciest Core i3. Intel on the other hand has had no reason to cut prices. In fact the Sandy Bridge Core i5-2500K still retails for over £160, while a dual-core Core i3-2100 will still set you back around £90.

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In terms of specification, the FX-8120 isn't far removed from its more expensive sibling. Both have eight physical cores built on a 32nm manufacturing process. Both have 4 x 2MB L2 and 4 x 2MB L3 cache while having a maximum TDP of 125W. The difference is the clock speed, both nominal frequency and Turbo frequency. The FX-8150 comes in at 3.6GHz compared to 3.1GHz for the FX-8120, while the latter 'turbos' to 4GHz - 200MHz slower than its big brother. If you'd like to know more about Bulldozer, see our in-depth review here.

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With Intel's recent launch of Ivy Bridge, thermal paste issues aside, it has increased its lead with even faster, more power-efficient CPUs. The question is, with all the price cuts, has AMD done enough to bring it back into contention, or is LGA1155 still the way to go? Eight cores for £130 sounds appealing, but just as more megapixels don't make for a better camera, the war as it has been for a while is not about the MHz but in performance in everyday applications and games. Let's find out how things are going...

AMD FX-8150 Specifications

  • Frequency 3.1GHz
  • Turbo Frequency up to 4GHz
  • Core Bulldozer
  • Manufacturing process 32nm
  • Number of cores Eight physical
  • Memory controller Dual-channel DDR3
  • Cache 8 x 16KB L1 data, 4 x 64KB L1 instruction, 4 x 2MB L2, 4 x 2MB L3
  • Packaging Socket AM3+
  • Thermal Design Power (TDP) 125W
  • Features SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSE4a, SSE 4.1, SSE 4.2, 256-bit AVX, AESNI, PCLMULQDQ, AMD64, Cool’n’Quiet 3.0, AMD-V, MMX, FMA4, XOP

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