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Driver Search: Enter the hardware model to search for the driver
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L1 Cache
  • Operational Mode: Write Back
  • Location, relative to the CPU module: Internal
  • Cache Socketed: Not Socketed
  • Cache Size: 128 KB
  • Supported SRAM Type: Pipeline Burst
  • Error Correction Type: Multi-bit ECC
  • System Cache Type: Unified
  • Associativity: 2-way Set-Associative
  • L2 Cache
  • Operational Mode: Write Back
  • Location, relative to the CPU module: Internal
  • Cache Socketed: Not Socketed
  • Cache Size: 1 MB
  • Supported SRAM Type: Pipeline Burst
  • Error Correction Type: Multi-bit ECC
  • System Cache Type: Unified
  • Associativity: 16-way Set-Associative
  • Features
  • MMX
  • SSE
  • SSE2
  • SSE3
  • SSSE3
  • SSE4a
  • AMD64
  • AMD-V
  • Ryzen 5 2600 Six-Core,E-450 APU,FX-6350 Six-Core Parameter comparison
    Ryzen 5 2600 Six-CoreE-450 APUFX-6350 Six-Core
    SocketSocket AM4Socket FT1Socket M2 754
    Process Tech12 nm40 nm32 nm
    Transistors4,800 million-1,200 million
    Die Size192 mm²75 mm²315 mm²
    Core Count626
    Thread Count1226
    Frequency3.9 GHz1650 MHz3.9 GHz
    External Clock100 MHz100 MHz200 MHz
    Multiplier Clock39x16.5x19.5x
    Memory SupportDDR4DDR3DDR3
    Integrated Graphics-Radeon HD 6320-
    Voltage1.1 V1.4 V1.5 V
    TDP65 W18 W125 W
    FamilyAMD Zen Processor FamilyAMD E-Series ProcessorAMD Athlon Processor Family
    Suitable TypeDesktopMobileDesktop
    Tips: The above parameters are for reference only, and certain parameter values may be in error with the official figures.
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    Comment & Help
    #1 Guest [March 27, 2020]HELP
    My computer freezes up after running for a while. The CPU temperature displayed in the power-on self-test and the BIOS is about 75 °C. Is it because the temperature is too high and it causes a crash? How to solve?
    The CPU temperature is already very high when it exceeds 70 °C. Of course, such a high temperature can easily cause a crash. The causes of excessive temperature may be that the CPU is overclocked, the fan is not operating properly, the heat sink is not installed properly, or the thermal grease on the CPU base is not applied evenly. It is recommended to open the case and check whether the fan is running normally. If it is abnormal, it is better to replace a fan with better performance. Then check whether the heat sink is installed firmly and is in close contact with the CPU. Also check whether the surface of the CPU is covered with thermal grease, or whether the application is even. Finally, if the CPU is overclocked, it is best to reduce the frequency or do a good job of cooling the CPU; otherwise the CPU will be burned.
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