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AMD Duron 850Mhz

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About the Product

The AMD Duron 850Mhz Duron offers a 200Mhz front side bus speed with 128 kb of L1 cache, and a 64 kb integrated L2 cache. The processor is manufactured to be supported on a Socket A interface.

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AMD Duron 850Mhz Reviews Rating: 75 out of 100 based on 1 rating.

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AMD Zone  --- Jan 07 '01
FiringSquad 88% Jan 08 '01
GamePC  --- Jan 23 '01
Hexus  --- Jan 27 '01
One2surf  --- Jan 08 '01
OverclockersOnline  --- Feb 09 '01
SharkyExtreme 7.5/10 Jan 08 '01
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"Since I have had the 850MHz Duron for a short amount of time, and time I planned on spending on overclocking was spent at the Governor's office I didn't get to play too much with overclocking. I..."

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FiringSquad on

"In Business Winstone, the gap is only 3%. But in the more demanding Content Creation tests, the difference between both 850MHz chips is 7%. The Pentium III 700 competes fairly closely with the..."

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"Quake III Arena is always an Intel-friendly benchmark, and even in these tests, the Duron 850 comes out on top. Due to Quake III relying heavily on memory and front side bus speeds, the Duron 850..."

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Hexus on

"the TBird still beats the Duron at a lower clock speed, with Intel not even being able to put up a fight. The Duron 850 beats the 700 by around 4 points, which is a good increase over such a little..."

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"Our objective was to test the performance, implementation, stability, and ease of use of the AMD Duron 850MHz processor, and a comparative performance benchmark using the AMD Duron 700 750 and..."

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  • Product Type: CPUs
  • Manufacturer: AMD
  • Released
    North AmericaJan 8, 2001
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