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AMD Athlon MP


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Based on the Palomino core, the AMD Athlon MP features .18 micron, 37.5 million transistors, 128mm die, 3DNow Professional, and 384k cache. It provides a 20% relative power consumption reduction, and uses a socket A interface. It's avaliable in 1GHz and 1.2GHz versions.


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AMD Zone 92% Jun 05 '01
Anandtech  --- Jun 05 '01
GamePC  --- Jun 19 '01
SimHQ  --- Jun 05 '01
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"The Socket A interface of the Athlon MP is the same as that of the Athlon. In fact AMD plans on using the Socket A interface at least thru the end of 2002 with their Thoroughbred and Barton CPUs...."

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"The new Athlon MP processors are obviously what AMD wants you to use on the platform, in spite of the fact that regular Thunderbirds will work just fine. For all means and purposes, the Athlon MPs..."

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"With AMD's next revision of the Athlon core, codenamed "Palomino", AMD has aimed to increase IPC, resulting in more performance at a given clock speed. In addition, the new core has been redesigned..."

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"All minor flaws aside, the Athlon MP's work fantastically well, and multithreaded applications will see very nice performance gains when a second processor is added. Plus, the Athlon MP's work..."

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"Another synthetic test we ran was SYSmark 2001. They are run alone and multi tasked. There are two primary tests, Internet Content Creation and Office Productivity. The memory test was very..."

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