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AMD Athlon "Thunderbird" 1.2GHz (266 FSB)


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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 133MHz (266MHz effective). Compatible with 266MHz Socket A motherboards.


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AMD Athlon "Thunderbird" 1.2GHz (266 FSB) Review Got Apex? -- Mar 12 '01

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"When "retarding" the system by lowering performance settings such as CAS Latency, Memory Timing and CPU Performance settings, I could run fairly stable when overclocked as high as 1.53GHz at 1.85v...."

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"For the benchmarks, we used SYSMARK 2000, Science Mark 2000, Sandra, 3DMark and MDK2 for a look a general performance. Cachemem was used to measure the memory bandwidth of each system. Below are..."

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"The coming 1333 MHz Athlon C Thunderbird might be the last of its kind. But it all depends on Intel releasing faster versions of the Pentium 4, which can force AMD to even faster versions of the..."

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  • Product Type: CPUs
  • Manufacturer: AMD
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