AMD A6-9220e Entry-Level Laptop CPU

The AMD A6-9220e is an entry-level processor (CPU) for budget-class notebook and 2-in-1 PCs. The A6-9220e is rarely used. It can be found in a few affordable laptop models. We don’t have all specs of the chip, but we know it has two CPU cores, a maximal clock speed of 2.4 GHz, and basic AMD Radeon R4 integrated graphics. With these specs, it is slightly faster than similar and more frequently used E2-9000e. Available benchmarks of the CPU confirm that.

AMD E2-9220e Benchmark

AMD A6-9220e Benchmark

Based on the specs and benchmarks, it can be claimed that the A6-9220e provides satisfactory performance only for light PC tasks like web browsing in a couple of browser tabs, routine work in MS Office apps, multimedia playback, and some casual light gaming.

Note: The benchmark scores of the listed processors are averages measured across various devices with these processors. The scores and real-world performance of the AMD A6-9220e and compared CPUs may vary depending on the notebooks' other components, settings, cooling, and other factors. However, the benchmark results are good indicators of the processors' performance.

Specifications of the AMD A6-9220e

Here are the most important specs of the AMD A6-9220e:

Processor Name

AMD E2-9000e

CPU Family

AMD A-Series "Stoney Ridge"

Number of Cores

Dual-core / 1 computing thread per core

CPU Clock Speed

Base: 1.6GHz, Burst: up to 2.4GHz

Memory Support

DDR4 (2400 MHz max. speed)

Integrated Graphics

AMD Radeon R4 Series

Production Technology

28-nanometer

Typical Use

Affordable laptops & 2-in-1 PCs

Published on October 4, 2017

User Reviews and Q&A on the AMD A6-9220e

Below you can read and submit user reviews, questions, and answers about the processor. Thank you for your contribution.

Current rating: 3 out of 5 stars
  1. 1 out of 5 Not fit for purpose

    Pawel

    It’s unusable with any modern version of Windows.
    The moment an automatic update kicks in both CPU cores are pegged at 100% utilization making your laptop useless until it struggles through the updates.

    Using Linux Mint XFCE edition makes it somewhat bearable to use but amazingly CPU usage jumps to 60-70% just by simply scrolling through a webpage.

    Unless you’re some sort of masochist then avoid any craptop with this processor.

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  2. 5 out of 5 More than fast enough for 80% of people.

    Ben Friedman

    If you’re not a gamer this has whacks of power for everyday home or business use. It’s dumb to pay for overkill technology. Like, don’t waste your money on a Ferrari if you only drive around the neighborhood.

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    • frank odonnell

      Works Great for Zoom Meetings.

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    • Utamee

      I tried this for my son. And keep lagging. Picture keep freeze and voice keep on and off.

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  3. Ian Burgess

    One of my customers bought a ACER desktop with one of these processors. After monitoring for 10 minutes, 100% CPU straight out of the box, though it dropped to only 50% sometimes. Machine had SSD, so I was expecting better performance. Quite a bit of lag with one Chrome tab open.
    Removing Norton did help quite a bit, but we will see how it goes.

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