AMD Athlon 1.33GHz


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This processor uses the "Thunderbird" core manufactured with 0.18 micron technology. It has a 128k L1 cache at core frequency and an integrated on-die 256k L2 cache with a 64 bit data path. This chip uses the EV6 DDR processor bus working at 200MHz or 266MHz. Compatible with 266MHz Socket A motherboards.


AMD Athlon 1.33GHz Reviews Rating: 90 out of 100 based on 3 ratings.

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Athlonmb 9/10 Mar 21 '01
CPU Review  --- Jan 09 '01
EuroGamer 9/10 Apr 10 '01
GamePC  --- Mar 27 '01
Hardware Unlimited  --- May 12 '01
Hexus  --- Apr 26 '01
OverclockersOnline  --- Apr 21 '01
Radeonic 9/10 Oct 02 '01
Vision Online  --- Apr 17 '01
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AMD Athlon 1.33GHz Roundups and Shootouts

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AMD Athlon 1.33GHz Review HardOCP -- May 06 '01

EuroGamer on Apr 11 '01

"Is AMD’s 1.33GHz Athlon as powerful as they said it would be? In a word, yes. The problem is that at the moment, there is nothing that can really keep up with it, and programmers aren’t developing..."

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OverclockersOnline on Apr 25 '01

"I've been using this CPU for weeks now and it appears to be 150% stable @ 1470MHz on my Abit KT7A-RAID motherboard with a core voltage of 1.85v (max. Vcore of the KT7A-RAID). I also had to put the..."

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Vision Online on Apr 17 '01

"The Thunderbird 1333 at 1610 with a socket modified Alpha PEP66 got up to 55 degrees full load at 2.14v. And the PEP66 was packed with a Delta fan running at +/- 7250 rpm. If you want to be certain..."

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  • Product Type: CPUs
  • Manufacturer: AMD
  • Released
    North AmericaMarch 2001
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