AMD Athlon XP

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AMD Athlon XP © Advanced Micro Devices

AMD released the third-generation Athlon, code-named "Palomino", on October 9, 2001 as the Athlon XP. The "XP" suffix is interpreted to mean extended performance and also as an unofficial reference to Microsoft Windows XP.

 

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The Athlon XP Palomino

Palomino was the first K7 core to include the full SSE instruction set from the Intel Pentium III, as well as AMD's 3DNow! Professional. It is roughly 10% faster than Thunderbird at the same clock speed, thanks in part to the new SIMD functionality and to several additional improvements.

AMD Athlon XP 1600+

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AMD Athlon XP 1700+

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AMD Athlon XP 1800+

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AMD Athlon XP 2000+


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The Athlon XP Thoroughbred

The fourth-generation Athlon Thoroughbred was released on June 10, 2002 at 1.8 GHz (Athlon XP PR2200+). The "Thoroughbred" core marked AMD's first production 130 nm silicon, resulting in a significant reduction in die size compared to its 180 nm predecessor.

AMD Athlon XP 1700+

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AMD Athlon XP 1800+

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AMD Athlon XP 2000+

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AMD Athlon XP 2100+

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AMD Athlon XP 2200+

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AMD Athlon XP 2400+

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AMD Athlon XP 2600+

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AMD Athlon XP 2700+

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The Athlon XP Thorton

The Thorton core was a later variant of the Barton with half of the L2 cache disabled, and thus was functionally identical to the Thoroughbred-B core. The name Thorton is a portmanteau of Thoroughbred and Barton.

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The AMD Athlon XP Barton

Fifth-generation Athlon Barton-core processors released in early 2003 [...]. While not operating at higher clock rates than Thoroughbred-core processors, they were marked with higher PR-ratings by featuring an increased 512 kB L2 cache; later models additionally supported an increased 200 MHz (400 MT/s) front side bus.

AMD Athlon XP 2500+

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AMD Athlon XP 2600+

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AMD Athlon XP 2800+


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AMD Athlon XP 3000+

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The Athlon XP-M

An Athlon XP-M's using a given core is physically identical to the equivalent desktop Athlon XPs counterpart, only differing by the configuration used to achieve a given performance level. Processors are usually binned and selected to become a mobile processor by their ability run a given processor speed while supplied with a lower (than desktop) voltage. This results in lower power consumption, longer battery life, and reduced heat over using a normal desktop part.

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Unlisted models:

 

  • Palomino: 1500+, 1900+, 2100+
  • Thoroughbred: 1600+, 1900+, 2800+
  • Thorton: 2000+, 2200+, 2600+, 3100+
  • Barton: 3200+

 

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