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AMD Athlon 1.4 GHz

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About the Product

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.

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AMD Athlon 1.4 GHz Reviews Rating: 83 out of 100 based on 2 ratings. 3 user reviews.

User Reviews

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T-bird 1.4 Very quick/hot 8.2/10 Clay19 Sep 10, 2001
top-notch performance for bottom-notch price 10/10 freznosmooth211 Sep 8, 2001
Its Hot Hot Hot 6/10 Clare Aug 8, 2001
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Meta Reviews

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ClubOverclocker  --- Jun 21 '01
CPU Review  --- Jun 03 '01
GamePC  --- Jun 14 '01
Gamers Depot 5/6 Jun 05 '01
Hexus  --- Jun 06 '01
NewsForge  --- Jul 31 '01
OverclockersOnline  --- Aug 16 '01
SharkyExtreme 8.5/10 Jun 06 '01
SimHQ  --- Jun 06 '01
Tech Report  --- Jun 06 '01
Tweak 3D  --- Jun 06 '01
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AMD Athlon 1.4 GHz Roundups and Shootouts

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AMD Athlon 1.4 GHz Review AMD Zone -- Jun 06 '01

ClubOverclocker on Jun 22 '01

"The 1.4GHz Thunderbird is one heck of a CPU but I think we have seen the last of the great overclocking Thunderbirds end at 1.33GHz. The heat generated by the 1.4GHz CPU is complete absurd and I..."

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CPU Review on Jun 06 '01

"The Athlon 1.4GHz processor with DDR memory is another winner for AMD; I expect that the synthetic tests I'll be running over the next few days will provide an increase similar to the 3%-4% (over..."

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OverclockersOnline on Aug 17 '01

"The AMD 1.4GHz Athlon, the last one of the TBird family, has proven itself to be one heck of a processor, capable of running every single application that you throw at it and finishing every task..."

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SimHQ on Jun 06 '01

"The Athlon processor using the Thunderbird core has been a real kick in the pants to the simulation community. It is fast, stable and inexpensive. Not very often in life do we find all of those..."

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Tech Report on Jun 06 '01

"The Athlon 1.4GHz is far and away the fastest PC processor you can buy. Well, OK, it's not that much faster than the 1.33GHz Athlon, but it's a heap faster than Intel's 1.7GHz Pentium 4. Through a..."

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