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
VR-Zone  --- 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

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"AMD has again hit the head of the nail with a great processor. The 1.33 GHz has lots to offer almost anyone out there: the productivity person, the gamer and the PC enthusiast. If you need an..."

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"As far the the Athlon 1.33GHz processor with DDR memory goes, I think AMD has a real winner here. The 3DMarks tests I've run indicate a very large improvement over the 1GHz system I've reviewed..."

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"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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"The Athlon at 1333 MHz and above NEEDS to be paired with DDR SDRAM to take full advantage of all the power that this processor offers. While even today's fastest DDR SDRAM can't match the memory..."

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"In SysMark 2000, the AMD Athlon 1.33 really takes over and crushes the whole Pentium 4 line. Without multitasking for this benchmark, the Pentium 4 doesn't have any advantages with its higher..."

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