AMD E-Series microprocessor family

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Turion II Neo Dual-Core Mobile
  • » K10 microarchitecture
  • » 0.045 micron
  • » Mobile CPU
  • » Dual core
  • » Up to 1.8 GHz
  • » 2 MB L2 cache
  • » 64-bit
  • » SSE2, SSE3, SSE4a
  • » Virtualization
  • » DDR3 support
  • » Low power
  • » Bobcat microarchitecture
  • » 0.04 micron
  • » Mobile CPU
  • » Single and Dual core
  • » Up to 1.65 GHz
  • » Up to 1 MB L2 cache
  • » No L3 cache
  • » Integrated graphics
  • » 64-bit
  • » SSE2, SSE3 instructions
  • » Virtualization
  • » Ultra low power
  • » Up to 1.2 GHz
  • » Ultra low power (<10W)
  • » Tablet CPU
  • » 1 GHz
  • » Ultra low power (<10W)
  • » Embedded CPU
E1-Series (Bobcat)
  • » Bobcat microarchitecture
  • » 0.04 micron
  • » Mobile CPU
  • » Dual core
  • » Up to 1.48 GHz
  • » 1 MB L2 cache
  • » No L3 cache
  • » Integrated graphics
  • » 64-bit
  • » SSE2, SSE3 instructions
  • » Virtualization
  • » Ultra low power
E2-Series (Bobcat)
  • » Same as E1-Series, plus:
  • » Up to 1.75 GHz

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AMD E-Series E-450 - EME450GBB22GV
Author: Andrei Avramescu


2012-06-04 13:40:22
Posted by: lee

its strongly recommended that you avoid the E/1/2 or G,C,Z range or any bobcat processors as they are to under powered and should Not be in an full size laptop and close to or worse then an atom processor (thats why Intel do not allow atom cpus in any thing But an netbook as it make them look bad if it was in an laptop)

if getting AMD CPU get the A4,A6,A8 or FX bulldozer or the K10 cpus

if getting intel Any dual core or higher cpu is fine (as long as its not an atom or an single core cpu)

Pick the cpu for Job

2012-11-13 07:57:17
Posted by: John

In terms of cpu horsepower it might not satisfy your desires but gpu in the apus is strong enough to decode a high profile full-HD movie which atoms suffer and accelerate some programs like office,video conversion,winzip.If you plan to pick a htpc,7/24 small home server or download machine this apus are great choice around.

underpowered? please...

2013-03-08 03:02:38
Posted by: Mexxi

I have been using a Lenovo S205 netbook with an E350 APU for 2 years now and I'm still impressed with it. As the person before me stated, full HD video decoding is no problem at all and neither is most of the other work. I use it for office work, programming, compression experiments, watching videos and even gaming. The graphics chip is powerful enough to play most recent games on low detail but in the display's native resolution and that is astonishing! I also tested a newer model APU a year later (E2 or 450, don't know) and I was able to run games with medium details now and in even higher resolutions. APUs are pretty impressive and do pump out power when needed. I wouldn't hesitate to throw one into a desktop machine for those friends and family members who mainly surf the web and barely play games at all.

Underpowered? Actually...

2014-06-10 13:22:40
Posted by: NieldSWND

Contrary to the previous review, the AMD E-series (including the E-350) is woefully underpowered. While the integrated AMD Radeon HD 6310 graphics is decent when compared to its on-board predecessors, the CPU itself is so lacking that it causes bottlenecking. I ran a tech shop for several years and all too often saw people bring their brand new laptops powered by C- and E- series processors, complaining of horribly slow performance and video stuttering when streaming from services like YouTube. I had to send them away because their problems were mostly due to the 512kb/1MB L2 cache (no L3 to speak of, but that's a problem with all but the FX- line of AMD processors). This processor line should never have been used in full-sized notebook computers.

The moral of the story is you get what you pay for. Avoid AMD E- and C- series processors. Get A- or FX- series. Alternatively, avoid Intel Atom, Celeron, Pentium, and Bay Trail processors and go for Core i3/i5/i7.

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64-bit microprocessor
Technology (micron):
The number of cores:
1, 2
Frequency (GHz):
1.3 - 1.65
L2 cache size (MB):
0.5, 1
TDP (Watt):