AMD Athlon

AMD Athlon "Thunderbird" 1.1GHz

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The 1.1GHz variant of the Athlon "Thunderbird" processor has a 128k L1 cache and a 256k on-die L2 cache. It is manufactured with a 0.18 micron process on a 120mm^2 die. It uses a 100MHz DDR system bus and a Socket-A interface.

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AMD Athlon "Thunderbird" 1.1GHz Reviews Rating: 95 out of 100 based on 3 ratings. 1 user review.

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Ace's Hardware  --- Aug 27 '00
AMD Zone 93% Aug 28 '00
Anandtech  --- Aug 28 '00
ClubOverclocker 5/5 Mar 10 '01
FiringSquad 84% Aug 28 '00
GamePC  --- Sep 22 '00
Gamers Depot 6/6 Aug 29 '00
Gaming2k  --- Sep 03 '00
One2surf  --- Aug 28 '00
Planet Hardware affiliate  --- Aug 28 '00
SharkyExtreme 8/10 Aug 28 '00
Tom's Hardware  --- Aug 28 '00
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"Although the Thunderbird could have been designed for even more performance (wider bus between the core and L2-cache) AMD has made some well thought-out tradeoffs. The socketed Thunderbird provides..."

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"The 1.1GHz Athlon pulls no punches. Higher clock speed, better performance, and a bit more power consumption is what we expected, and that is what we got. It is the fastest available processor on..."

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"AMD has kept up their end of the competition, releasing a faster clock speed Thunderbird for every Pentium III released that challenges its domain. But as we've seen in the past, clock speed..."

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"The AMD 1.2GHz Thunderbird is, beyond any doubt, the best CPU we've tested to date. Even though the Thunderbird is approaching it's maximum physical limits for clock speeds, we can still squeeze a..."

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"The 1.1GHz Athlon is an extremely impressive performer. Overclocked to 1.2GHz, framerates just missed 200 frames per second in Quake 3 Fastest mode. We imagine this is the processor that will take..."

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  • Product Type: CPUs
  • Manufacturer: AMD
  • Released
    North AmericaAug 28, 2000
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