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AMD Athlon MP 1800+


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Based on the Palomino core, the AMD Athlon MP (multi-procesor) 1800+ utilizes the AMD-760 MP chipset featuring .18 micron, 37.5 million transistors, 128mm die, 3DNow Professional, and 384k cache. It uses a socket A interface. In addition, the 1800+ incarnation of the Athlon MP features QuantiSpeed architecture which includes hardware data pre-fetch, a fully pipelined superscalar floating point engine, and an exclusive L2 Translation Look-aside Buffer (TLB).


AMD Athlon MP 1800+ Reviews Rating: 92 out of 100 based on 3 ratings.

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AMD Zone 94% Oct 15 '01 9.0/10 Oct 15 '01
Got Apex? 9/10 Oct 18 '01
Linux Hardware 9.45/10 Oct 15 '01
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"With the release of the Athlon XP last week there weren't really any surprises left to be had with the new Athlon MPs. As we have seen they have been branded with the controversial model ratings..."

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"...AMD has made a good move by releasing a new speed upgrade to their Athlon MP line of processors. Many may not be fans of the new model numbering system, but it only makes sense for AMD to..."

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"For the average user, the Athlon MP™ SMP system may not be a viable option as of yet though. Our advice would be for you to wait a little for other manufacturers to deliver their lower cost Athlon..."

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"The Athlon MP platform is definitely a winner. There isn't much to say other than AMD has the workstation setup of choice here, pairing the highest performance processor with SMP power. The..."

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"From what we've seen so far, the new Athlon MP 1800+ is a fairly substantial gain over the 1.2GHz model, but it's nothing earth shattering. Since both chips are the same internally, only a 333MHz..."

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  • Product Type: CPUs
  • Manufacturer: AMD
  • Released
    North AmericaOct 15, 2001
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