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AMD Sempron © Advanced Micro Devices
AMD Sempron © Advanced Micro Devices

Sempron has been the marketing name used by AMD for several different budget desktop CPUs, using several different technologies and CPU socket formats. The Sempron replaced the AMD Duron processor and competes against Intel's Celeron series of processors. AMD coined the name from the Latin semper, which means "always", to suggest the Sempron is suitable for "daily use, practical, and part of everyday life".

Palermo

The 2nd generation including the Palermo core (click here to read about the 1st) was based on the architecture of the Socket 754 Athlon 64. Some differences from Athlon 64 processors include a reduced cache size (either 128 or 256 KiB L2), and the absence of AMD64 support in earlier models. Apart from these differences, the Socket 754 Sempron CPUs share most features with the more powerful Athlon 64, including an integrated (on-die) memory controller, the HyperTransport link, and AMD's "NX bit" feature.

AMD Sempron 2500+

SDA2500AIO3BX
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AMD Sempron 2800+

ADA2800AIO3BX
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AMD Sempron 3000+

SDA3000AIO2BO
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SDA3000AIO2BX
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AMD Sempron 3300+

SDA3300AIO2BX
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AMD Sempron 3400+

SDA3400AIO3BX
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Manila

AMD Sempron 3400+

SDA3400IAA3CN
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The Mobile Sempron

AMD Mobile Sempron 2600+

SMS2600BQX2LF
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AMD Mobile Sempron 3600+

SMS3600HAX3DN
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