Ada3500Daa4Bw specs: AMD Athlon 64 3500+ 2.2GHz Socket 939 ADA3500DAA4BW CPU Processor

AMD Athlon 64 3500+ 2.2GHz Socket 939 ADA3500DAA4BW CPU Processor

General information
Type CPU / Microprocessor
Market segment Desktop
Family AMD Athlon 64
Model number  3500+
CPU part numbers ADA3500DAA4BW is an OEM/tray microprocessor
ADA3500BWBOX is a boxed microprocessor
Stepping codes ABBWE   CAB2E   CACAE   LBBWE   LEBBE   LEBCE   LEBDE  NBBWE
Frequency 3500+ (rated)
2200 MHz (real)
Clock multiplier  11
Package 939-pin lidded organic microPGA
1. 57″ x 1.57″ (4 cm x 4 cm)
AMD Package number 28727
Socket Socket 939
 
Architecture / Microarchitecture
Microarchitecture K8
Processor core  Venice
Core stepping  E6
CPUID 20FF2
Manufacturing process 0.09 micron SOI
Data width 64 bit
The number of cores 1
The number of threads 1
Floating Point Unit Integrated
Level 1 cache size  64 KB 2-way associative instruction cache
64 KB 2-way associative data cache
Level 2 cache size  512 KB exclusive 16-way associative cache
Physical memory 1 TB
Virtual memory 256 TB
Multiprocessing Uniprocessor
Features
  • MMX instructions
  • 3DNow! technology
  • SSE / Streaming SIMD Extensions
  • SSE2 / Streaming SIMD Extensions 2
  • SSE3 / Streaming SIMD Extensions 3
  • AMD64 / AMD 64-bit technology 
  • EVP / Enhanced Virus Protection 
Low power features
  • Halt state
  • Stop Grant state
  • Cool’n’Quiet technology
On-chip peripherals
  • Dual-channel DDR SDRAM memory controller
  • One 16-bit HyperTransport link with speeds up to 1000 MHz
 
Electrical / Thermal parameters
V core  1. 35V / 1.4V
Maximum operating temperature  49°C — 65°C
Thermal Design Power 67 Watt
 
Notes on AMD ADA3500DAA4BW
  • In the minimum performance state (P-state) the processor runs at 1000 MHz and 1.1 Volt core voltage. Thermal Design Power in the minimum P-state is 27.5 Watt
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Manufacturer AMD
CPU Series Athlon 64
Processor speed 2.20 GHz
L2 Cache 512 KB
Cooling Component(s) Included None/Processor Only
Condition Certified Refurbished
Condition Comment Full working order
Warranty 30 Day RTB (Return to Base) Warranty
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Assume that any photo is a library photo, not the actual item you will receive, unless expressly mentioned above. Item has been pulled from salvage machine so expect the item to be in a used condition with minor scuffs etc.

Unless expressly mentioned in the description, there will be no other parts included with the item. This includes items such as drivers, cables, manuals, warranty cards etc. Hard drives, tape drives, caddies etc. will not include any screws, fixing rails unless expressly mentioned.

We aims to deliver items ordered to you as soon possible. As a guide, we estimate that most items will be delivered according the following timescales. To help you plan for your delivery, we will send you an e-mail with tracking details, as soon as your order has been shipped.

UK Delivery

  • Free Delivery: Monday-Friday (2-5 Working Days)
  • Fast Delivery: Monday-Friday (1-2 Working Days)
  • Next Working Day Delivery: if ordering before 1pm it is next day (excluding Saturday/Sunday), if you place order Saturday/Sunday we will dispatch your order Monday for delivery Tuesday.

    Please note that Saturdays, Sundays, and Bank Holidays are not classed as working days.

    Delivery services may take longer if you live in remote areas like the Scottish Highlands and Northern Ireland. As a result, Next Day service may not be guaranteed.

International Delivery (not including customs processing)

  • You can choose UPS Courier at checkout, please fill in your address first to get a shipping quote. International orders are usually delivered within couple of days, speed depends on the services selected.
  • Goods are despatched Monday – Friday only.

  • Sending goods outside the United Kingdom may result in additional local customs clearance charges and taxes. Failure to pay these charges and taxes on arrival will result in the goods being returned to us. In such instances we may refund your order and delivery fees but retain a re-processing fee to cover the return costs and customs processing fees.

    Changes from 1st January 2021 – Brexit

    On 1st January 2021 the UK left the EU. A consequence of this is that goods purchased from the UK for delivery in the EU are now subject to additional duties and taxes as well as increased shipping costs. To our European customers we offering following delivery option:

    Delivery Only Service – we will deliver your order excluding any customs clearance fees, import charges and taxes. When the goods arrive in your country you will be contacted by the delivery company to pay these additional costs directly to them before final delivery as the importer of record.

    Delivery is processed under the ‘Delivery at Place’ (DAP) Incoterm.

    We would advise you to check the cost of delivery before making purchase as the customs clearance fees, import charges and taxes can amount to quite a significant cost.

We are so confident in the quality of our work that we stand behind every MicroDream Certified Refurbished product with a 12 Month Warranty as standard and we are able to offer our 30 Day Money Back Guarantee with complete confidence.

We guarantee this product against all hardware faults for a period of 12 months from receipt of the product.

If there is a hardware fault within the first 30 days of receipt we will arrange for collection free of charge and replace or repair the product.

If there is a hardware fault after the first 30 days, you are responsible for safely returning the product to us. We can arrange collection for £19 including VAT. We will pay for the carriage of the replacement or repaired product back to you.

WHO IS COVERED? This warranty is non-transferable and covers only the original end purchaser. An original or copy of a sales invoice is required for warranty service.

WHAT IS COVERED? In the event of your PC hardware developing a fault you can return it for repair or replacement (or equivalent).

WHAT IS NOT COVERED?

  • Normal wear and tear of Product use
  • Misuse, lack of care, mishandling, accident, abuse or other abnormal use
  • Use of the Product other than for its intended purpose
  • Damage caused by improper or unauthorized repair or maintenance
  • Warranty is void if repairing without our consent or warranty seal is broken
  • Product that has been modified or altered
  • Software issues (any problems associated with software – whether bundled or installed by user, file corruption, internet setup etc. )
  • Accidental damage like breaking the screen or spilling liquid on it. You would need independent insurance to cover this.
  • Used batteries, although we do guarantee that it will hold at least one hour’s charge. We will replace batteries which do not meet these criteria if reported within one week of receipt and the battery supplied is returned. Batteries are considered as consumable items — as they are expected to degrade over time. Some may require replacement.

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Uk has collected 3 expert reviews for AMD Athlon64 3500+ Socket 939 Tray processor 2. 2 GHz 0.512 MB L2 and the average expert rating is 90 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Uk to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.

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AMD is at it again. With a new season comes a new socket type: AM2. Here at OCC we recently pitted the 4200+ AM2 head to head against its 939 counterpart. This review will be the same, except that we will be pitting the single core 3500+ processors ag…

Uses DDR2 memory, Slightly better performance in newer games, Better thermal design…

Not much of an upgrade from 939…

Throughout this array of testing it seems as if the AM2 is merely one step behind its 939 counterpart. In the end, along with testing of newer games, I believe that the use of DDR2 memory is finally starting to pay off with the AM2 having a few clear…

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AMD Athlon 64 — CPU MUSEUM

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AMD Athlon 64 (FX) © Advanced Micro Devices

The Athlon 64 is an eighth-generation, AMD64-architecture microprocessor produced by AMD, released on September 23, 2003. It is the third processor to bear the name Athlon, and the immediate successor to the Athlon XP. The second processor (after the Opteron) to implement AMD64 architecture and the first 64-bit processor targeted at the average consumer, it was AMD’s primary consumer microprocessor, and
competes primarily with Intel’s Pentium 4, especially the «Prescott» and «Cedar Mill» core revisions. It is AMD’s first K8,
eighth-generation processor core for desktop and mobile computers. Despite being natively 64-bit, the AMD64 architecture is backward-compatible with 32-bit x86 instructions.

Athlon 64s have been produced for Socket 754, Socket 939, Socket 940 and Socket AM2. The line was succeeded by the dual-core Athlon 64
X2 and Athlon X2 lines.

 

Note: All CPUs are sorted by the release date of the codename — not by speed or socket.

The Athlon 64 was originally codenamed ClawHammer by AMD and was referred to as such internally and in press releases. The first Athlon 64 FX was based on the first Opteron core,
SledgeHammer. Both cores, were produced on a 130 nanometer process.

«Newcastle» was released soon after ClawHammer, with half the Level 2 cache.

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Core revisions «Venice» and «San Diego» succeeded all previous revisions on April 15, 2005. Venice, the lower-end part, was produced for both Sockets 754 and 939, and
included 512 KB of L2 cache.

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San Diego, the higher-end chip, was produced only for Socket 939 and doubled Venice‘s L2 cache to 1 MB. Both were produced on the 90 nm process. Both also included support for SSE3, a
new feature that had been included in the rival Pentium 4 since the release of the Prescott core in February 2004. In addition, AMD
overhauled the memory controller for this revision, resulting in performance improvements as well as support for newer DDR RAM.

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The Athlon 64 had been maligned by some critics for some time because of its lack of support for DDR2 SDRAM, an emerging technology that had been adopted much earlier by Intel. AMD’s official
position was that the CAS latency on DDR2 had not progressed to a point where it would be advantageous for the consumer to adopt it. AMD finally remedied this gap with the «Orleans» core
revision, the first Athlon 64 to fit Socket AM2, released on May 23, 2006.

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Previously introduced as «Mobile Athlon 64», Turion 64 is now the brand name AMD applies to its 64-bit low-power consumption (mobile) processors.
The Turion 64 and Turion 64 X2 processors compete with Intel’s mobile processors, initially the Pentium M and later the Intel Core and Intel Core 2 processors.

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AMD AM4 Chipset Specs: B350, A320, XBA300 & A12-9800 APU, X4 950 | GamersNexus

The AMD Gen 7 APUs and AM4 platform have officially begun shipment in some OEM systems this weekend, primarily through OEMs at physical retail locations. AMD’s launch includes entry-level and mainstream AM4 chipsets, promising the high-end Zen chipset (990FX equivalent) at a later date. AM4 platform shipment begins with the B350, A320, and X/B/A300 chipsets in accompaniment with the A12-9800 and down.

Let’s run through the new Gen7 APU finalized specs first, then talk AM4 chipset specs. Note that the new AM4 motherboards are making major moves to unify the FM and AM platforms under AMD’s banner, so Zen’s FX line equivalent and the Gen7 APUs will both function on the same motherboard. The below table (following the embedded video) provides the specs for the A12-9800, X4 950, and other relevant chips:

AMD A12-9800, X4 950, A10-9700, A6-9500 Specs

The Gen 7 high-end APU is the A12-9800, which runs 4 of the new Excavator x86 cores at a 3.8GHz base clock / 4.2GHz boost. All the new noteworthy APUs use R7 graphics for the IGP, with the A12-9800’s 8 GPU CUs clocked at 1108MHz. TDP is 65W for all chips except the *E suffixed chips, which are 35W and significantly lower clock-rates.

The A10-9700 loses 0.3GHz off the base clock and 0.5GHz off the boost clock from the A12-9800, also reducing the GPU to 6 CUs from 8 on the 9800. The A6-9600 is comparable, just with still-slower clock-rates.

We think the X4 950 will be among the most interesting options, since users will be able to use a low-end CPU with the IGP disabled for cheap, then couple that with a dedicated GPU for min-maxed performance.

The A6-9500 APU is only a two-core processor, and isn’t really worth considering for most games at this point. This is a low-end consumer part.

Note that the new Excavator CPUs and AM4 low-end platforms will support a maximum of 2400MHz for DDR4 speeds.

AM4 B350 & A320 Chipset Specs & AMD Internal A12-9800 Benchmarks

As for the chipset news, AM4’s initial shipment will be for the B350, A320, and X/B/A300 chipsets. AM4 will unify the FM2+ and AM3+ platforms into a new, single chipset, which will now support PCIe Gen3 and USB3.1 Gen2 natively. This is a big move for AMD, and will ensure that their APUs and CPUs can live easily in a single motherboard. That said, you’ll want to check for compatibility between CPUs and boards if planning to upgrade.

The absolute basics below:

Mainstream: AMD B350. Parallels 970 and A78. B350 has a 5.8W TDP, as opposed to 7.8W TDP of A78 and 19.6W TDP of 970.

Low-end: AMD A320. Parallels 760G and A68G – not something we’d generally recommend for our audience and more targeted at low-end consumer/office.

Small Form Factor: AMD X/B/A300.

The Gen7 APUs support dual-channel DDR4, a maximum of 4x USB3.1 Gen2, 2x SATA III, and 2x NVMe lanes, or alternatively 2x SATA III ports and 2x PCIe lanes for M.2 usage.

The B350 chipset adds 2x USB3.1 Gen2, 2x USB3.1 Gen1, and 6x USB2.0. 2x SATA III lanes are present, with 1x SATA-E that can be peeled off for 2x SATA III instead. 6X PCIe Gen2 lanes are available for M.2 and general purposes devices, and SATA RAID is supported at 0, 1, and 10.

The AM4 A320 chipset will lose 1x USB3.1 Gen2 channel and lose 2x PCIe Gen2 lanes, and the X/B/A300 chipsets will lose RAID 10 support, among other features that we’re not fully clear on.

AMD is claiming equal performance in PC Mark 8 Home Accelerated, watt-for-watt, when using an A12-9800 at 65W vs. an Intel i5-6500 65W CPU.

The company is also claiming 17% higher performance against an i5-6500T, watt-for-watt, when comparing the low TDP chips (E vs. T).

In 3DMark 11, which is ancient at this point, AMD is claiming nearly 2x performance gains on the IGP versus their selected Intel CPUs. AMD’s typically been ahead in IGP performance, partially due to greater die allocation for graphics.

Note: This isn’t a 100% CPU-to-CPU comparison and also compares other elements. AMD used faster memory on their own test systems: the Endnotes show that AMD is running DDR4-2400, while Intel is running DDR4-2133 – so some of this is chalked-up to DRAM speed differences. Although Intel cannot support DDR4-2400, the comparison is at least partly showing the DRAM impact. Had AMD used the same DDR4-2133 configuration on their platform, we’d better understand CPU-to-CPU deltas – but faster DRAM support is still a valid benchmark.

As we understand it, you would not want to pair these early AM4 chipsets with Zen CPUs as they may drag down performance for the faster 8-core chips. We also don’t yet know which boards will support the Zen CPUs, so we’d advise on waiting for now, if Zen is in the build plans.

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(CXT)K6-2 333 (CXT)K6-2 333K6-2 300 (CXT)K6-2 300 (CXT)K6-2 300K6-2 266K6 300K6 266K6 233K6 200K6 166K5 PR166K5 PR150K5 PR133K5 PR120K5 PR100K5 PR90K5 PR75IntelCeleron G6900Core i9-11900KCore i9-11900KFCore i9-11900Core i9-11900FCore i9-11900TCore i7-11700KCore i7-11700KFCore i7-11700Core i7-11700FCore i7-11700TCore i5-11600KCore i5-11600KFCore i5-11600Core i5-11600TCore i5-11500Core i5- 11500TCore i5-11400Core i5-11400FCore i5-11400TCore i3-10325Core i3-10305Core i3-10305TCore i3-10105Core i3-10105FCore i3-10105TPentium Gold G6605Pentium Gold G6505Pentium Gold G6505TPentium Gold G6405Pentium Gold G6405TCore i9-10900KCore i9-10900KFCore i9-10900Core i9-10900FCore i7-10700KCore i7-10700KFCore i7-10700Core i7-10700FCore i5-10600KCore i5-10600KFCore i5-10600Core i5-10500Core i5-10400Core i5-10400FCore i3-10320Core i3-10300Core i3-10100Pentium Gold G6600Pentium Gold G6500Pentium Gold G6400Celeron G5925Celeron G5920Celeron G5905Celeron G5900Core i9-9900KCore i7-9700KCore i5-9600KCore i7-8700KCore i7-8700Core i5-8600KCore i5-8400Core i3-8350KCore i3-8100Pentium Gold G5400Core i7-7700KCore i7-7700Core i7-7700TCore i5-7600KCore i5-7600Core i5-7600TCore i5-7500Core i5-7500TCore i5-7400Core i5-7400TCore i3-7350KCore i3-7320Core i3-7300Core i3-7300TCore i3-7100Core i3-7100TCore i7-6950XCore i7-6700KCore i7-6700Core i7-6700TCore i5-6600KCore i5-6600Core i5-6600TCore i5-6500Core i5-6500TCore i5-6400Core i5-6400TCore i3-6300Core i3-6300TCore i3-6100Core i3-6100TCore i7-5960XCore i7-5775CCore i5 -5675CCore i7-4960XCore i7-4930KCore i7-4820KCore i7-4790KCore i5-4690KCore i7-4770KCore i7-4770Core i5-4670KCore i5-4670Core i5-4570Core i7-3970XCore i7-3960XCore i7-3930KCore i7-3820Core i7-2700KCore i7-2600KCore i7-2600Core i7-2600SCore i5-3330Core i5-2500KCore i5-2500Core i5-2500SCore i5-2500TCore i5-2405SCore i5-2400Core i5-2400SCore i5-2390TCore i5-2320Core i5-2310Core i5-2300Core i3-2130Core i3-2125Core i3-2120Core i3-2105Core i3-2100Core i3-2100TPentium G860Pentium G850Pentium G840Pentium G632Pentium G630Pentium G622Pentium G620Celeron G540Celeron G530Celeron G440Core i7-990XCore i7-980Core i7 980XCore i7-975 ExtremeCore i7 970Core i7 965 ExtremeCore i7 960Core i7 950Core i7 940Core i7 930Core i7 920Core i7-880Core i7-875KCore i7-870Core i7-860SCore i7-860Core i5-760Core i5-750SCore i5-750Core i5-680Core i5-670Core i5-661Core i5- 660Core i5-655KCore i5-650Core i3-560Core i3-550Core i3-540Core i3-530Pentium G6960Pentium G6951Pentium G6950Atom D525Atom D510Atom D425Atom D410Atom 330Atom 230Core 2 Extreme QX9775Core 2 Extreme QX9770Core 2 Extreme QX9650Core 2 Quad Q9650Core 2 Quad Q9550sCore 2 Quad Q9550Core 2 Quad Q9505Core 2 Quad Q9450Core 2 Quad Q9400sCore 2 Quad Q9400Core 2 Quad Q9300Core 2 Quad Q8400sCore 2 Quad Q8400Core 2 Quad Q8300Core 2 Quad Q8200sCore 2 Quad Q8200Core 2 Duo E8600Core 2 Duo E8500Core 2 Duo E8400Core 2 Duo E8300Core 2 Duo E8200Core 2 Duo E8190Core 2 Duo E7600Core 2 Duo E7500Core 2 Duo E7400Core 2 Duo E7300Core 2 Duo E7200Core 2 Extreme QX6850Core 2 Extreme OX6800Core 2 Extreme QX6700Core 2 Quad Q6700Core 2 Quad Q6600Core 2 Extreme X6900Core 2 Extreme X6800Core 2 Duo E6850Core 2 Duo E6800Core 2 Duo E6750Core 2 Duo E6700Core 2 Duo E6600Core 2 Duo E6550Core 2 Duo E6540Core 2 Duo E6420Core 2 Duo E6400 (Allendale)Core 2 Duo E6400 (Conroe 2M)Core 2 Duo E6320Core 2 Duo E6300 ( Allendale)Core 2 Duo E6300 (Conroe 2M)Core 2 Duo E4700Core 2 Duo E4600Core 2 Duo E4500Core 2 Duo E4400Core 2 Duo E4300Pentium Dual-Core E6800Pentium Dual-Core E6700Pentium Dual-Core E6600Pentium Dual-Core E6500Pentium Dual-Core E6300Pentium Dual-Core E5800Pentium Dual-Core E5700Pentium Dual-Core E5500Pentium Dual-Core E5400Pentium Dual-Core E5300Pentium Dual-Core E5200Pentium Dual-Core E2220Pentium Dual-Core E2210Pentium Dual-Core E2200Pentium Dual-Core E2180Pentium Dual-Core E2160Pentium Dual-Core E21 4065 XEPentium D 960Pentium D 955 XEPentium D 950Pentium D 945Pentium D 940Pentium D 935Pentium D 930Pentium D 925Pentium D 920Pentium D 915Pentium D 840 XEPentium D 840Pentium D 830Pentium D 820Pentium D 805Pentium 4 EE 3. 73Pentium 4 EE 3.46Pentium 4 EE 3.4Pentium 4 EE 3.2Pentium 4 672Pentium 4 671Pentium 4 670Pentium 4 662Pentium 4 661Pentium 4 660Pentium 4 651Pentium 4 650Pentium 4 641Pentium 4 640Pentium 4 631Pentium 4 630Pentium 4 620Pentium 4 571Pentium 4 570JPentium 4 561Pentium 4 560JPentium 4 560Pentium 4 551Pentium 4 550JPentium 4 550Pentium 4 541Pentium 4 540JPentium 4 540Pentium 4 531Pentium 4 530JPentium 4 530Pentium 4 521Pentium 4 520JPentium 4 520Pentium 4 519KPentium 4 519JPentium 4 517Pentium 4 516Pentium 4 515JPentium 4 515Pentium 4 511Pentium 4 506Pentium 4 505JPentium 4 505Pentium 4 3.8FPentium 4 3.6FPentium 4 3.4FPentium 4 3.2FPentium 4 3.4EPentium 4 EE 3.4Pentium 4 3.4Pentium 4 3.2EPentium 4 EE 3.2Pentium 4 3.2 Pentium 4 3.06Pentium 4 3.0EPentium 4 3.0Pentium 4 2.8EPentium 4 2.8APentium 4 2.8CPentium 4 2.8Pentium 4 2.8Pentium 4 2.67Pentium 4 2.66Pentium 4 2.6CPentium 4 2.6Pentium 4 2.53Pentium 4 2.5Pentium 4 2.4EPentium 4 2.4APentium 4 2.4CPentium 4 2.4BPentium 4 2.4Pentium 4 2.26APentium 4 2. 26Pentium 4 2.2Pentium 4 2.0APentium 4 2.0Pentium 4 1.9Pentium 4 1.8 APentium 4 1.8 Pentium 4 1.7Pentium 4 1.6 APentium 4 1.6Pentium 4 1.5Pentium 4 1.4Pentium 4 2.0Pentium 4 1.9Pentium 4 1.8Pentium 4 1.7Pentium 4 1.6Pentium 4 1.5Pentium 4 1.4Pentium 4 1.3Pentium III-S 1400Pentium III 1400Pentium III 1333Pentium III-S 1266Pentium III 1200Pentium III-S 1133Pentium III 1133APentium III 1000BPentium III 1133Pentium III 1100Pentium III 1000EBPentium III 1000Pentium III 933Pentium III 900Pentium III 866Pentium III 850Pentium III 800EBPentium III 800Pentium III 750Pentium III 733Pentium III 700Pentium III 667Pentium III 650Pentium III 600EBPentium III 600EPentium III 550EPentium III 533EBPentium III 500EPentium III 1000BPentium III 1000Pentium III 933Pentium III 866Pentium III 850Pentium III 800EBPentium III 800Pentium III 750Pentium III 733Pentium III 700Pentium III 667Pentium III 650Pentium III 600BPentium III 600Pentium III 600EBPentium III 600EPentium III 550Pentium III 550EPentium III 533BPentium III 533EBPentium III 500Pentium III 450Pentium II Overdrive 333Pentium II Overdrive 300Pentium II 450Pentium II 400Pentium II 350Pentium II 333Pentium II 300APentium II 300Pentium II 266APentium II 266Pentium II 233Pentium Overdrive MMX 200Pentium Overdrive MMX 180Pentium Overdrive MMX 166Pentium Overdrive MMX 150Pentium Overdrive 166Pentium Overdrive 150Pentium Overdrive 125Pentium Overdrive 133Pentium Overdrive 120Pentium Pro 200MHz (1024 KB)Pentium Pro 200MHz (512 KB)Pentium Pro 200MHz (256 KB)Pentium Pro 180MHzPentium Pro 166MHzPentium Pro 150MHzPentium 233 MMXPentium 200 MMXPentium 166 MMXPentium 200Pentium 166Pentium 150Pentium 133Pentium 120Pentium 100Pentium 90Pentium 75Pentium 66Pentium 60Celeron G1101Celeron E3500Celeron E3400Celeron E3300Celeron E3200Celeron E1600Celeron E1500Celeron E1400Celeron E1200Celeron 450Celeron 445Celeron 440Celeron 430Celeron 420Celeron 220Celeron D 365Celeron D 360Celeron D 356Celeron D 352Celeron D 355Celeron D 351Celeron D 350Celeron D 346Celeron D 345JCeleron D 345Celeron D 341Celeron D 340JCeleron D 340Celeron D 336Celeron D 335JCeleron D 335Celeron D 331Celeron D 330JCeleron D 330Celeron D 326Celeron D 325JCeleron D 325Celeron D 320Celeron D 315Celeron D 310Celeron 2. 8Celeron 2.7Celeron 2.6Celeron 2.5Celeron 2.4Celeron 2.3Celeron 2.2Celeron 2.1Celeron 2.0Celeron 1.8Celeron 1.7Celeron 1400Celeron 1300Celeron 1200Celeron 1100ACeleron 1000ACeleron 1100Celeron 1000Celeron 960XRyzen 9 3950XRyzen 9 3900XTRyzen 9 3900XRyzen 7 3800XTRyzen 7 3800XRyzen 7 3700XRyzen 5 3600XTRyzen 5 3600XRyzen 5 3600Ryzen 5 3400GRyzen 3 3300XRyzen 3 3200GRyzen 3 3100Athlon 3000GRyzen 7 2700XRyzen 7 2700Ryzen 5 2600XRyzen 5 2600Ryzen 5 2500XRyzen 5 2400GRyzen 5 2400GERyzen 3 2300XRyzen 3 2200GRyzen 3 2200GEAthlon 240GEAthlon 220GEAthlon 200GERyzen 7 1800XRyzen 7 1700XRyzen 7 1700Ryzen 5 1600XRyzen 5 1600 AFRyzen 5 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2MB) Athlon 64 X2 3800+Athlon 64 X2 3600+ (Brisbane) Athlon 64 X2 4600+ (Toledo)Athlon 64 X2 4600+ (Manchester)Athlon 64 X2 4400+Athlon 64 X2 4200+ (Toledo)Athlon 64 X2 4200+ (Manchester) (Manchester)Athlon 64 LE-1660Athlon 64 LE-1640Athlon 64 LE-1620Athlon 64 LE-1600Athlon 64 4000+Athlon 64 3800+Athlon 64 3500+Athlon 64 3200+Athlon 64 3Athlon 64 FX-557 -55Athlon 64 FX-53Athlon 64 FX-51Athlon 64 4200+Athlon 64 4000+ (San Diego)Athlon 64 4000+ (Clawhammer)Athlon 64 3800+ (Venice)Athlon 64 3800+ (Newcastle)Athlon 64 3700 +Athlon 64 (Manchester)Athlon 64 3500+ (Venice)Athlon 64 3500+ (San Diego)At hlon 64 3500+ (Winchester)Athlon 64 3500+ (Newcastle)Athlon 64 3500+ (Clawhammer)Athlon 64 3200+ (Manchester)Athlon 64 3200+ (Venice)Athlon 64 3200+ (Winchester)Athlon 64 3000+ (Venice)Athlon 64 3000+ (Winchester)Athlon 64 3700+Athlon 64 3400+ (Newcastle)Athlon 64 3400+ (Clawhammer)Athlon 64 3200+ (Venice)Athlon 64 3200+ (Newcastle)Athlon 64 3200+ (Clawhammer)Athlon 64 3000+ ( Venice) Athlon 64 3000+ (Newcastle) Athlon 64 3000+ (Clawhammer) Athlon 64 2800+ (Newcastle) Athlon 64 2800+ (Clawhammer) +Sempron 3000+ (Palermo)Sempron 3400+Sempron 3300+Sempron 3100+ (Palermo)Sempron 3100+ (Paris)Sempron 3000+ (Palermo)Sempron 3000+ (Paris)Sempron 2800+Sempron 2600+ (Winchester)Sernpron 2600+ ( Palermo) Sempron 2500+Sempron 3000+Sempron 2800+ (Thorton) )Athlon XP 3200+ (FSB333)Athlon XP 3100+Athlon XP 3000+ (FSB400)Athlon XP 3000+ (FSB333)Athlon XP 2900+Athlon XP 2800+ (FSB333)Athlon XP 2800+ (FSB266)Athlon XP 2800+ (FSB333)Athlon XP 2700+Athlon XP 2600+ (FSB333)Athlon XP 2600+ (FSB333)Athlon XP 2600+ (FSB333)Athlon XP 2600+ (FSB266)Athlon XP 2600+ (FSB266)Athlon XP 2600+ (FSB266)Athlon XP 2500+ (FSB333)Athlon XP 2500+ (FSB266)Athlon XP 2400+ (Thorton)Athlon XP 2400+ (Thoroughbred)Athlon XP 2200 + (Thorton)Athlon XP 2200+ (Thorubbred)Athlon XP 2100+ (Thoroughbred)Athlon XP 2100+ (Palomino)Athlon XP 2000+ (Thorton)Athlon XP 2000+ (Thorubbred)Athlon XP 2000+ (Palomino)Athlon XP 1900+ 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(Thunderbird) Athlon 600 (Pluto) Athlon 600 (Argon) Athlon 550 (Pluto) -2 533 (CXT)K6-2 500 (CXT)K6-2 475 (CXT)K6-2 450 (CXT)K6-2 400 (CXT)K6-2 380 (CXT)K6-2 366 (CXT)K6- 2 350 (CXT)K6-2 350K6-2 333 (CXT)K6-2 333 (CXT)K6-2 333K6-2 300 (CXT)K6-2 300 (CXT)K6-2 300K6-2 266K6 300K6 266K6 233K6 200K6 166K5 PR166K5 PR150K5 PR133K5 PR120K5 PR100K5 PR90K5 PR75IntelCeleron G6900Core i9-11900KCore i9-11900KFCore i9-11900Core i9-11900FCore i9-11900TCore i7-11700KCore i7-11700KFCore i7-11700Core i7-11700FCore i7-11700TCore i5-11600KCore i5-11600KFCore i5-11600Core i5-11600TCore i5-11500Core i5- 11500TCore i5-11400Core i5-11400FCore i5-11400TCore i3-10325Core i3-10305Core i3-10305TCore i3-10105Core i3-10105FCore i3-10105TPentium Gold G6605Pentium Gold G6505Pentium Gold G6505TPentium Gold G6405Pentium Gold G6405TCore i9-10900KCore i9-10900KFCore i9-10900Core i9-10900FCore i7-10700KCore i7-10700KFCore i7-10700Core i7-10700FCore i5-10600KCore i5-10600KFCore i5-10600Core i5-10500Core i5-10400Core i5-10400FCore i3-10320Core i3-10300Core i3-10100Pentium Gold G6600Pentium Gold G6500Pentium Gold G6400Celeron G5925Celeron G5920Celeron G5905Celeron G5900Core i9-9900KCore i7-9700KCore i5-9600KCore i7-8700KCore i7-8700Core i5-8600KCore i5-8400Core i3-8350KCore i3-8100Pentium Gold G5400Core i7-7700KCore i7-7700Core i7-7700TCore i5-7600KCore i5-7600Core i5-7600TCore i5-7500Core i5-7500TCore i5-7400Core i5-7400TCore i3-7350KCore i3-7320Core i3-7300Core i3-7300TCore i3-7100Core i3-7100TCore i7-6950XCore i7-6700KCore i7-6700Core i7-6700TCore i5-6600KCore i5-6600Core i5-6600TCore i5-6500Core i5-6500TCore i5-6400Core i5-6400TCore i3-6300Core i3-6300TCore i3-6100Core i3-6100TCore i7-5960XCore i7-5775CCore i5 -5675CCore i7-4960XCore i7-4930KCore i7-4820KCore i7-4790KCore i5-4690KCore i7-4770KCore i7-4770Core i5-4670KCore i5-4670Core i5-4570Core i7-3970XCore i7-3960XCore i7-3930KCore i7-3820Core i7-2700KCore i7-2600KCore i7-2600Core i7-2600SCore i5-3330Core i5-2500KCore i5-2500Core i5-2500SCore i5-2500TCore i5-2405SCore i5-2400Core i5-2400SCore i5-2390TCore i5-2320Core i5-2310Core i5-2300Core i3-2130Core i3-2125Core i3-2120Core i3-2105Core i3-2100Core i3-2100TPentium G860Pentium G850Pentium G840Pentium G632Pentium G630Pentium G622Pentium G620Celeron G540Celeron G530Celeron G440Core i7-990XCore i7-980Core i7 980XCore i7-975 ExtremeCore i7 970Core i7 965 ExtremeCore i7 960Core i7 950Core i7 940Core i7 930Core i7 920Core i7-880Core i7-875KCore i7-870Core i7-860SCore i7-860Core i5-760Core i5-750SCore i5-750Core i5-680Core i5-670Core i5-661Core i5- 660Core i5-655KCore i5-650Core i3-560Core i3-550Core i3-540Core i3-530Pentium G6960Pentium G6951Pentium G6950Atom D525Atom D510Atom D425Atom D410Atom 330Atom 230Core 2 Extreme QX9775Core 2 Extreme QX9770Core 2 Extreme QX9650Core 2 Quad Q9650Core 2 Quad Q9550sCore 2 Quad Q9550Core 2 Quad Q9505Core 2 Quad Q9450Core 2 Quad Q9400sCore 2 Quad Q9400Core 2 Quad Q9300Core 2 Quad Q8400sCore 2 Quad Q8400Core 2 Quad Q8300Core 2 Quad Q8200sCore 2 Quad Q8200Core 2 Duo E8600Core 2 Duo E8500Core 2 Duo E8400Core 2 Duo E8300Core 2 Duo E8200Core 2 Duo E8190Core 2 Duo E7600Core 2 Duo E7500Core 2 Duo E7400Core 2 Duo E7300Core 2 Duo E7200Core 2 Extreme QX6850Core 2 Extreme OX6800Core 2 Extreme QX6700Core 2 Quad Q6700Core 2 Quad Q6600Core 2 Extreme X6900Core 2 Extreme X6800Core 2 Duo E6850Core 2 Duo E6800Core 2 Duo E6750Core 2 Duo E6700Core 2 Duo E6600Core 2 Duo E6550Core 2 Duo E6540Core 2 Duo E6420Core 2 Duo E6400 (Allendale)Core 2 Duo E6400 (Conroe 2M)Core 2 Duo E6320Core 2 Duo E6300 ( Allendale)Core 2 Duo E6300 (Conroe 2M)Core 2 Duo E4700Core 2 Duo E4600Core 2 Duo E4500Core 2 Duo E4400Core 2 Duo E4300Pentium Dual-Core E6800Pentium Dual-Core E6700Pentium Dual-Core E6600Pentium Dual-Core E6500Pentium Dual-Core E6300Pentium Dual-Core E5800Pentium Dual-Core E5700Pentium Dual-Core E5500Pentium Dual-Core E5400Pentium Dual-Core E5300Pentium Dual-Core E5200Pentium Dual-Core E2220Pentium Dual-Core E2210Pentium Dual-Core E2200Pentium Dual-Core E2180Pentium Dual-Core E2160Pentium Dual-Core E21 4065 XEPentium D 960Pentium D 955 XEPentium D 950Pentium D 945Pentium D 940Pentium D 935Pentium D 930Pentium D 925Pentium D 920Pentium D 915Pentium D 840 XEPentium D 840Pentium D 830Pentium D 820Pentium D 805Pentium 4 EE 3. 73Pentium 4 EE 3.46Pentium 4 EE 3.4Pentium 4 EE 3.2Pentium 4 672Pentium 4 671Pentium 4 670Pentium 4 662Pentium 4 661Pentium 4 660Pentium 4 651Pentium 4 650Pentium 4 641Pentium 4 640Pentium 4 631Pentium 4 630Pentium 4 620Pentium 4 571Pentium 4 570JPentium 4 561Pentium 4 560JPentium 4 560Pentium 4 551Pentium 4 550JPentium 4 550Pentium 4 541Pentium 4 540JPentium 4 540Pentium 4 531Pentium 4 530JPentium 4 530Pentium 4 521Pentium 4 520JPentium 4 520Pentium 4 519KPentium 4 519JPentium 4 517Pentium 4 516Pentium 4 515JPentium 4 515Pentium 4 511Pentium 4 506Pentium 4 505JPentium 4 505Pentium 4 3.8FPentium 4 3.6FPentium 4 3.4FPentium 4 3.2FPentium 4 3.4EPentium 4 EE 3.4Pentium 4 3.4Pentium 4 3.2EPentium 4 EE 3.2Pentium 4 3.2 Pentium 4 3.06Pentium 4 3.0EPentium 4 3.0Pentium 4 2.8EPentium 4 2.8APentium 4 2.8CPentium 4 2.8Pentium 4 2.8Pentium 4 2.67Pentium 4 2.66Pentium 4 2.6CPentium 4 2.6Pentium 4 2.53Pentium 4 2.5Pentium 4 2.4EPentium 4 2.4APentium 4 2.4CPentium 4 2.4BPentium 4 2.4Pentium 4 2.26APentium 4 2. 26Pentium 4 2.2Pentium 4 2.0APentium 4 2.0Pentium 4 1.9Pentium 4 1.8 APentium 4 1.8 Pentium 4 1.7Pentium 4 1.6 APentium 4 1.6Pentium 4 1.5Pentium 4 1.4Pentium 4 2.0Pentium 4 1.9Pentium 4 1.8Pentium 4 1.7Pentium 4 1.6Pentium 4 1.5Pentium 4 1.4Pentium 4 1.3Pentium III-S 1400Pentium III 1400Pentium III 1333Pentium III-S 1266Pentium III 1200Pentium III-S 1133Pentium III 1133APentium III 1000BPentium III 1133Pentium III 1100Pentium III 1000EBPentium III 1000Pentium III 933Pentium III 900Pentium III 866Pentium III 850Pentium III 800EBPentium III 800Pentium III 750Pentium III 733Pentium III 700Pentium III 667Pentium III 650Pentium III 600EBPentium III 600EPentium III 550EPentium III 533EBPentium III 500EPentium III 1000BPentium III 1000Pentium III 933Pentium III 866Pentium III 850Pentium III 800EBPentium III 800Pentium III 750Pentium III 733Pentium III 700Pentium III 667Pentium III 650Pentium III 600BPentium III 600Pentium III 600EBPentium III 600EPentium III 550Pentium III 550EPentium III 533BPentium III 533EBPentium III 500Pentium III 450Pentium II Overdrive 333Pentium II Overdrive 300Pentium II 450Pentium II 400Pentium II 350Pentium II 333Pentium II 300APentium II 300Pentium II 266APentium II 266Pentium II 233Pentium Overdrive MMX 200Pentium Overdrive MMX 180Pentium Overdrive MMX 166Pentium Overdrive MMX 150Pentium Overdrive 166Pentium Overdrive 150Pentium Overdrive 125Pentium Overdrive 133Pentium Overdrive 120Pentium Pro 200MHz (1024 KB)Pentium Pro 200MHz (512 KB)Pentium Pro 200MHz (256 KB)Pentium Pro 180MHzPentium Pro 166MHzPentium Pro 150MHzPentium 233 MMXPentium 200 MMXPentium 166 MMXPentium 200Pentium 166Pentium 150Pentium 133Pentium 120Pentium 100Pentium 90Pentium 75Pentium 66Pentium 60Celeron G1101Celeron E3500Celeron E3400Celeron E3300Celeron E3200Celeron E1600Celeron E1500Celeron E1400Celeron E1200Celeron 450Celeron 445Celeron 440Celeron 430Celeron 420Celeron 220Celeron D 365Celeron D 360Celeron D 356Celeron D 352Celeron D 355Celeron D 351Celeron D 350Celeron D 346Celeron D 345JCeleron D 345Celeron D 341Celeron D 340JCeleron D 340Celeron D 336Celeron D 335JCeleron D 335Celeron D 331Celeron D 330JCeleron D 330Celeron D 326Celeron D 325JCeleron D 325Celeron D 320Celeron D 315Celeron D 310Celeron 2. 8Celeron 2.7Celeron 2.6Celeron 2.5Celeron 2.4Celeron 2.3Celeron 2.2Celeron 2.1Celeron 2.0Celeron 1.8Celeron 1.7Celeron 1400Celeron 1300Celeron 1200Celeron 1100ACeleron 1000ACeleron 1100Celeron 1000Celeron 950Celeron 900Celeron 850Celeron 800Celeron 766Celeron 733Celeron 700Celeron 667Celeron 633Celeron 600Celeron 566Celeron 533ACeleron 533Celeron 500Celeron 466Celeron 433 (S370)Celeron 433 (Slot 1)Celeron 400 (S370)Celeron 400 (Slot 1)Celeron 366 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Benchmark (performance metric) : 538/22309

Processor performance indicator. Used for relative comparison of models. The higher this indicator, the more productive the processor. It should be noted that the benchmark is not present on all processor models (if the benchmark is zero, it means that it does not exist).

Benchmark for video cards is indicated for a reference video card, that is, developed by the video chip manufacturer (GeForce or AMD).

In the characteristics of the model, the benchmark of the most high-performance processor model at the moment is indicated through a fraction.

General characteristics

Processor manufacturer

The company that developed this processor model.

AMD Socket

Socket (Socket) — type of connector for connecting the processor to the motherboard. For compatibility, the sockets on the motherboard and processor must match (although there are exceptions, such as AM3 and AM3+).

S939 Number of cores

The processor core is an independent unit that is capable of executing certain commands. Each additional core allows parallel execution of an additional flow of computational and other operations. Therefore, the number of cores is one of the main characteristics that determine the performance of the processor. The higher the number of cores, the higher the performance of the processor.

1 Processor frequency, MHz

Clock frequency is the number of cycles created by the clock generator in 1 second. The higher this value, the faster the processor runs.

Additional features

Kernel name

Kernel name is a code name indicating the type of kernel. Processors from the same line can have different core types, and, accordingly, differ in performance.

Venice FSB frequency (system frequency)

FSB (Front side bus) — bus (data interface) between the processor and the motherboard. The higher this indicator, the higher the processor performance.

It is worth noting that in order to be compatible with the processor, the motherboard must support its FSB frequency. Many modern processors and motherboards do not specify the frequency (or type) of the FSB bus. Since almost all modern motherboards support the FSB frequency of any processors. The only criterion for compatibility in this case is the socket.

On older models, this indicator was indicated in MHz, on modern models, the technology is indicated, not the frequency.

DMI (Direct Media Interface) is the serial bus used to connect most Intel processors.

HT (HyperTransport) is a modern high bandwidth bidirectional bus used in AMD processors.

QPI (QuickPath Interconnect) is a serial bus designed to connect the processor and motherboard chipset, developed by Intel. QPI was the answer to AMD’s HyperTransport bus. It is mainly used in high-performance multiprocessor systems.

HT Multiplier

Multiplier tells you how much to multiply the FSB frequency to get the actual processor clock speed. For example, for a processor with a FSB frequency of 400 MHz and a multiplier of 6, the clock frequency will be 6×400=2400 MHz.

11 Level 1 cache, KB

Processor cache is a memory area where the processor writes frequently used data. The speed of access to cache memory is much higher than to operational memory — the difference in access speed can be more than a thousand times. Before reading data from RAM, the processor tries to find it in its cache. Modern processors are able to predict with high accuracy what data they will soon need and load them in advance, thereby providing an extremely high chance of hitting the cache.

It’s worth noting that increasing the cache size does not always lead to a performance increase. It all depends on the specifics of the particular application. In most cases, the impact of the cache on performance is insignificant (no more than 10% if it is increased several times).

Level 1 cache (L1) – local cache of the processor core. The fastest, but at the same time the smallest in volume. Stores instructions and data separately.

128 Level 2 cache, KB

Processor cache is a memory area where the processor writes frequently used data. The speed of access to cache memory is much higher than to operational memory — the difference in access speed can be more than a thousand times. Before reading data from RAM, the processor tries to find it in its cache. Modern processors are able to predict with high accuracy what data they will soon need and load them in advance, thereby providing an extremely high chance of hitting the cache.

It’s worth noting that increasing the cache size does not always lead to a performance increase. It all depends on the specifics of the particular application. In most cases, the impact of the cache on performance is insignificant (no more than 10% if it is increased several times).

Level 2 cache (L2) — local cache of the processor core. Faster than level 3 cache, but slower than level 1. Significantly larger L1 cache. Stores instructions and data together.

512 Level 3 cache, KB

Processor cache is a memory area where the processor writes frequently used data. The speed of access to cache memory is much higher than to operational memory — the difference in access speed can be more than a thousand times. Before reading data from RAM, the processor tries to find it in its cache. Modern processors are able to predict with high accuracy what data they will soon need and load them in advance, thereby providing an extremely high chance of hitting the cache.

It’s worth noting that increasing the cache size does not always lead to a performance increase. It all depends on the specifics of the particular application. In most cases, the impact of the cache on performance is insignificant (no more than 10% if it is increased several times).

Level 3 cache (L3) – common cache for all processor cores. The difference in volume with the 2nd level cache is insignificant. The slowest of all caches, but it is shared, which allows it to store the data necessary for all processor cores.

Presence of an integrated graphics core

The integrated graphics core is a graphics card built into the processor. It allows you to display a picture on the output device information in the absence of a discrete graphics card. Part of the resources (processor time, RAM) is spent on rendering the picture. It should be noted that the motherboard must support this feature.

no Integrated graphics core model

Integrated graphics core is a graphics card integrated into the processor. It allows you to display a picture on the output device information in the absence of a discrete graphics card. Part of the resources (processor time, RAM) is spent on rendering the picture. It should be noted that the motherboard must support this feature.

not specified Built-in memory controller support

The memory controller allows the processor to communicate directly with the main memory, which reduces the latency to receive data. On almost all modern models, the memory controller is built into the processor. In older models, on which the memory controller was built into the motherboard chipset, the transfer of data from the processor to the RAM was a little slower (due to the presence of an intermediary — the chipset).

yes Memory bandwidth, Gb/s

The maximum speed of data exchange between the processor and RAM.

Supported Instructions

A set of instructions supported by the processor. The more instructions a processor supports, the higher its speed.

MMX, SSE, SSE2 — the most primitive instructions, supported by all processors.

SSE3 contains 13 additional instructions that optimize the processor for streaming operations.

SSE4 — 54 additional instructions supported by the processor, which are primarily aimed at increasing performance. They are designed to increase performance when working with 3D graphics and media.

3DNow! — just like SSE4, this is a set of instructions for working with graphics. Supported only by AMD processors.

MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, 3DNow! Processor code

Processor code name

— Maximum allowable temperature, deg. С

The higher this indicator, the higher temperatures the processor can withstand while maintaining its working condition. When the maximum temperature is reached, the processor turns off. To prevent this from happening, it is recommended to use heatsinks with a power dissipation not lower than the maximum heat generated by the processor.

65 Core voltage, V

Indicates what voltage the processor needs for correct operation.

1.4 Support for AMD64 and EM64T

Allows you to run 64-bit applications on processors supporting this technology and get a performance boost compared to similar 32-bit applications.

AMD64 is a technology implemented in AMD processors.

EM64T is a technology implemented in Intel processors.

no Hyper-Threading Support

Intel’s Hyper-Threading technology allows a processor to execute two instruction streams in parallel on a single physical core. This, in most cases, significantly improves performance.

But it should be noted that 2 threads of commands on one core are much slower than 2 threads of commands on 2 cores.

no Support for IntelvPro

Intel vPro technology allows you to remotely manage your computer: enter its BIOS (EFI), install drivers, diagnose its status, etc. This technology works at a very low level, which allows you to use it without installing drivers or even operating systems. systems.

Another important feature of it is that it allows you to block access to your computer, for example, in case it is stolen.

no Support for NX Bit

NX Bit is a technology that blocks the execution of low-level malicious code. Significantly improves work safety.

no Support for Virtualization Technology

Virtualization Technology is a technology that allows you to run several operating systems (virtual machines) on one physical computer at the same time. This allows you to place several virtual machines on one physical machine, and each of them will function as an absolutely separate computer.

no Process, nm

Process — the size of the transistors with which this architecture is created. The smaller it is, the more elements can be placed on a processor chip and form a more complex architecture.

90 Heat generated, W

The amount of heat generated by the processor at peak times. The lower this figure, the easier it is to cool this processor model.

With this material, we begin a small series of publications about not the newest and most promising processors, and maybe other components. The main goal of these materials is to get acquainted with the work of not the most advanced hardware under Windows Vista, as well as to obtain results suitable for comparison with processors and other components of new generations, the same Celeron 4xx, for example. Let’s start with the single-core AMD Athlon 64 3500+ processor.

Clock frequency, MHz

Bus frequency, MHz

L1 cache size, KB

L2 cache size, KB

MMX, 3DNow!, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, x86-64

Supply voltage, V

Power dissipation, W

Critical temperature, °C

Cool’n’Quiet, Enhanced Virus Protection

The processor that came for testing was taken from an OEM supply, so it did not have any additional equipment, even warranty obligations.

The tested Athlon 64 3500+ is labeled ADA3500IAA4CW, which stands for the following: ADA — a regular Athlon 64 processor for workstations with a thermal package up to 65 W, 3500 — processor rating, I — package type 940 pin OµPGA (aka Socket AM2), A — the core supply voltage can vary within 1.25-1.40 V, A — the maximum allowable case temperature can be in the range of 55-69 ° C, 4 — the size of the second-level cache memory is 512 KB, CW — the Orleans core revision DH-F2.

All of the above is compactly presented by the CPU-Z utility.

Please note that due to the use of integer divisors to obtain the operating clock frequency of the RAM, the latter at nominal frequencies only works with some models of AMD processors. The Athlon 64 3500+ model uses a divider of 6, so the DDR2-800 RAM worked a little slower than necessary, at a frequency of 368 MHz, instead of the required 400 MHz.

Overclocking Athlon 64 3500+

The processor was overclocked according to the standard scheme described in detail in the Athlon 64 X2 3600+ review. As a result, we were able to get it to work stably at 3.1 GHz, which is 41% higher than the nominal frequency.

Processor Bench #1

was used for testing Motherboards (AMD) ASUS M3A32-MVP DELUXE (AMD 790FX, sAM2+, DDR2, ATX)GIGABYTE GA-MA790XT-UD4P (AMD 790X, sAM3, DDR3, ATX) Motherboards (AMD) ASUS F1A75-V PRO (AMD A75, sFM1, DDR3, ATX)ASUS SABERTOOTH 990FX (AMD 990FX, sAM3+, DDR3, ATX) Motherboards (Intel) GIGABYTE GA-EP45-UD3P (Intel P45, LGA 775, DDR2, ATX)GIGABYTE GA-EX58-DS4 (Intel X58, LGA 1366, DDR3, ATX) Motherboards (Intel) ASUS Maximus III Formula (Intel P55, LGA 1156, DDR3, ATX)MSI H57M-ED65 (Intel H57, LGA 1156, DDR3, mATX) Motherboards (Intel) ASUS P8Z68-V PRO (Intel Z68, sLGA1155, DDR3, ATX)ASUS P9X79 PRO (Intel X79, sLGA2011, DDR3, ATX) Coolers Noctua NH-U12P + LGA1366 KitScythe Kama Angle rev. B (LGA 1156/1366) ZALMAN CNPS12X (LGA 2011) RAM 2x DDR2-1200 1024MB Kingston HyperX KHX9600D2K2/2G2/3x DDR3-2000 1024MB Kingston HyperX KHX16000D3T1K3/3GX Video cards EVGA e-GeForce 8600 GTS 256MB GDDR3 PCI-EASUS EN9800GX2/G/2DI/1G GeForce 9800 GX2 1GB GDDR3 PCI-E 2.0 Hard disk Seagate Barracuda 7200.12 ST3500418AS, 500 GB, SATA-300, NCQ Power supply Seasonic SS-650JT, 650 W, Active PFC, 80 PLUS, 120 mm fan

Choose what you want to compare AMD Athlon 64 3500+

The tested AMD Athlon 64 3500+ processor, once quite expensive and even elite in some ways, today looks like a very attractive budget single-core model. Such a CPU will be enough for work and leisure, but it will not provide such a comfortable experience on a Windows Vista PC as a dual-core (multi-core) processor and cannot become the basis of a modern gaming computer.

We express our gratitude to the company PF Service LLC (Dnepropetrovsk) for the equipment provided for testing.

Athlon 64 3500+ [in 1 benchmark]

AMD
Athlon 64 3500+

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Description

AMD started selling AMD Athlon 64 3500+ in January 2001 at a suggested price of $59. This is a desktop processor based on the San Diego architecture, primarily designed for home systems. It has 1 core and 1 thread and is manufactured in 130 nm process technology, the maximum frequency is 2200 MHz, the multiplier is locked.

In terms of compatibility, this is an AMD Socket 939 processor with a TDP of 89W.

We don’t have any test results for the Athlon 64 3500+.

General information

Information about the type (for desktops or laptops) and architecture of the Athlon 64 3500+, as well as when sales started and cost at that time.


  • Passmark
Passmark

Passmark CPU Mark is a widely used benchmark consisting of 8 different tests, including integer and floating point calculations, extended instruction tests, compression, encryption and game physics calculations. Also includes a separate single-threaded test.

Benchmark coverage: 68%

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Recommended video cards

According to our statistics, these video cards are most often used with Athlon 64 3500+:


GeForce
9600 GT

6.9%


GeForce GT
630

6%


GeForce
6150 SE + nForce 430

4.