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The AMD Athlon XP processor with QuantiSpeed architecture is part of the AMD Athlon family of 0.18 micron processors. The Athlon XP 2100+ operates at a frequency of 1.73GHz. The processor features 256KB on-chip L2 and 128KB L1 cache, supports DDR memory, and is meant to be compatible with Socket A motherboards.

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Active Hardware  --- Mar 15 '02
AMD Zone 92% Mar 13 '02
Amdmb.com  --- Mar 13 '02
AthlonXP.com  --- Mar 13 '02
Hardcoreware  --- Mar 27 '02
Hexus  --- Mar 13 '02
Hot Hardware  --- Mar 13 '02
Icrontic 86% Apr 21 '02
PC Stats 82% Mar 13 '02
SimHQ  --- Mar 13 '02
Tech Report  --- Mar 13 '02
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AMD Athlon XP 2100+ Roundups and Shootouts

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AMD Athlon XP 2100+ Review Hardcoreware -- Apr 04 '02
AMD Athlon XP 2100+ Review iXBT Hardware -- Apr 03 '02
AMD Athlon XP 2100+ Review PC Stats 90% Jul 15 '02
AMD Athlon XP 2100+ Review Tom's Hardware -- May 06 '02

Hardcoreware on Mar 27 '02

"At $420 (and that's the wholesale price!) I simply cannot recommend buying this CPU over say, an AthlonXP 1900+ or even 1800+. Even if you want the ultimate in performance, the worst time to..."

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Icrontic on Apr 22 '02

"While running at 1.9Ghz was certainly nice, quite honestly I did not notice any difference from my T-Bird CPU when running my every day applications. For anyone currently looking to upgrade their..."

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PC Stats on Mar 13 '02

"Setting aside the obvious performance gain that the extra 67MHz in clock speed bring to the user, this is really a case of keeping up with the Jones's. In this case, AMD has definitely built the..."

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Tech Report on Mar 13 '02

"...the Athlon XP 2100+ is a helluva thing. It is—maybe, probably, depending on your application—the fastest x86 processor anywhere. For now"

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  • Product Type: CPUs
  • Manufacturer: AMD
  • Released
    North AmericaMar 13, 2002
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