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AMD Duron 950


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About the Product

The AMD Duron 950Mhz processor 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.


AMD Duron 950 Reviews Rating: 75 out of 100 based on 1 rating.

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Gamers Depot 4.5/6 Jun 06 '01
Hexus  --- Jun 06 '01
NewsForge  --- Aug 03 '01  --- Jun 06 '01
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AMD Duron 950 Roundups and Shootouts

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AMD Duron 950 Review AMD Zone -- Jun 06 '01

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"The Duron 950 overclocked for us rather well, letting us get it up to a speed of 1064Mhz very reliably. In fact, we also benchmarked it at that speed to show you what to expect. To raise the speed..."

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"The main differences between the Athlon and the Duron are that the 60% cache on the Duron means that it needs more memory bandwidth to increase its performance. Data that the CPU doesn’t have..."

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"The Duron, however, is very much its own CPU. Designed from the ground up as a low-end processor, it is not "crippled" like a Celeron. It has half the L2 cache of a Celeron, 64KB, but features..."

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"It is easy to agree on the fact that the 950 MHz Duron isn't a big step forward compared to its predecessor. It is only a 5% increase in clock-frequency. But, it is enough to cement AMD's position..."

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