AMD E2-9000e Entry-Level Laptop CPU

The AMD E2-9000e is a budget-class laptop processor (CPU). You can find it in various affordable notebook models. The E2-9000e is a dual-core chip with clock speed of up to 2 GHz and 1MB of cache. These modest specs mean the CPU can deliver basic computing performance, which is suitable only for non-demanding PC tasks like web browsing with small number of browser tabs running simultaneously, light work in MS Office apps, or video / audio playback. The chip is not suitable for heavier duties like content creation. On the positive side, the E2-9000e has a power consumption of only 6 Watts, meaning that it is battery life friendly.

AMD E2-9000e Benchmark

AMD E2-9000e Benchmark

As expected, User Benchmark CPU test puts the AMD E2-9000e near the bottom of the CPU score list. However, the E2 is slightly faster than its direct competitor by Intel – the Celeron N3350.

As for gaming, the included AMD Radeon R2 integrated graphics is able to run many of the popular (but light) game titles, as you can see in the video playlist below:

 

Specifications of the AMD E2-9000e

Here's the specs sheet of the AMD E2-9000e:

Processor Name

AMD E2-9000e

CPU Family

AMD E-Series "Stoney Ridge"

Number of Cores

Dual-core / 1 thread per core

CPU Clock Speed

Base: 1.5GHz, Burst: up to 2GHz

Cache Size

1MB

Memory Support

DDR4 2400MHz

Integrated Graphics

AMD Radeon R2 Series

Power Consumption

6W

Production Technology

28-nanometer

Technologies

AMD-V virtualization

Typical Use

Affordable laptops & 2-in-1 PCs

User Benchmark Average CPU Score

13.4

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Written by Dan Z on October 4, 2017

User reviews, comments, and Q&A on the AMD E2-9000e

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(4 user reviews) AMD E2-9000e

  1. Rated 1 out of 5

    R R

    Awful…. just awful. You can’t even open outlook without it hanging. I don’t think I had a computer this slow even back in the 90s.

  2. Rated 1 out of 5

    Angga

    I got to try this processor on HP 14-CM00095AU, and I was astonished on how BAD this processor is. I even tried to update amd drive in hpe that the processor will have better performance to no avail.
    I suggest anyone already bought laptop with this processor to buy good SSD (WD Blue, Samsung 860, etc) to complement this super slow processor.

  3. Ryan

    AMD E2-9000e is a medium performance prossesor it is same to intel core i3 you can play games in 25-35 Fps but it is really a good prossesor for medium gaming performance. you should delete useless files. you should update your graphics card and prossesor drivers for better gaming performance.and you can play GTA IV pretty good (medium-low)20-25 fps.in it

  4. Rated 1 out of 5

    Smith

    This processor struggles to get anything done. Whether you’re simply just browsing websites or using Microsoft Word for your work, it’s not worth it. Absolutely horrible and not worth the purchase. From my personal experience, the processor is just about enough to run Windows 10 but anything else, no.

    • Rated 1 out of 5

      Riley

      I’m really glad I found this review and it really helped me alot. I got a Windows 10 HP laptop to replace my old Windows 7 laptop on X-mas day and was confused why my old laptop could handle certain programs better than my new one? Don’t get me wrong my old laptop would randomly freeze whenever i would play a game or watch a video but when it wasn’t doing that it was working fine. So i decided to do some research and i figured out my CPU was the AMD Processor E2-9000e and looked at some reviews and only now did i figure out how horrible it was. honestly i wouldn’t recommend anyone this CPU to anybody if you need a CPU don’t get this one It’s slow, Buggy and just a general nuisance wouldn’t recommend at all.

  5. John IL

    Well its certainly pathetically slow chip. Battery life isn’t going to fix the terrible experience using this chip. Dell is using this chip in cheap 11″ 3000 series replacing the Celeron 3060 but its not a big improvement for sure.

    • Josh

      This Prepossessing chip is Mind blowing slow Yawn why bother putting this in any Loptop

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