AMD Athlon 240GE Maximum Load Temperature

Budget-low-power Desktop processor released in 2019 with 2 cores and 4 threads. With base clock at 3.5GHz, max speed at 3.5GHz, and a 35W power rating. Athlon 240GE is based on the Raven Ridge 14nm family and part of the Athlon series.
Price 46.7%
Speed 56%
Productivity 47%
Gaming 70%

AMD Athlon 240GE Temperature Benchmarks

AMD Athlon 240GE Load Temperature

Maximum Load Temperature
Athlon 240GE Maximum Load Temperature Performance

The Athlon 240GE sits between Athlon 3000G and Celeron G3950. It is 0% lower than the Athlon 3000G while being 6.7% higher than the Celeron G3950. The Athlon 240GE takes a comfortable 9.7% lead over the Celeron G4930. The Athlon 240GE's performance earns it the 4th place. Overall, the Athlon 240GE is a very good performer with its 2-cores and 4-threads in this benchmark.

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AMD Athlon 240GE and 220GE Review. AMD is slowly stealing market share from Intel as the chip-making giant struggles with an ongoing shortage of 14nm processors. Intel, focused on maximizing ...
The Athlon Pro 200/220/240GE is a dual-core part with SMT-enabled, so it has four threads active and 512 KB L2 cache per core, and 4 MB shared L3 cache. The base clock is 3.40 GHz for the 220GE ...
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35W Athlon 240GE and 220GE review Paul Alcorn from Tom's Hardware takes a look at AMD's latest 35W desktop processors, and although not perfect, these fanless-friendly chips pack enough bang for the buck. "The Zen cores in these low-end CPUs confer many of the same positive performance characteristics seen in higher-end Ryzen CPUs. But it's the ...

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