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AMD is making the transition to DDR2 in one fell swoop today, announcing a total of eighteen new processors in a top-to-bottom launch. The new processors include eight dual-core Athlon 64 X2 processors, three single-core Athlon 64’s along with six Sempron processors aimed at the mainstream market. It is the first time since the days of Socket A that AMD’s full range of processors have all been on the same socket. This makes for great upgrading opportunities, allowing users to upgrade to faster CPUs without the need for a completely new platform after the initial investment.

All of the chips support the standard AMD features that we’ve come to expect. These include AMD Cool’n’Quiet technology, MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, Enhanced 3DNow!, NX Bit anti-virus protection and also x86-64 extensions. The new Athlon 64 chips — both dual core and single core — also support AMD’s Pacifica Virtualisation Technology, too. This feature is not included in the new Socket AM2 Semprons based on the Manila core, though.

Dual-Core Athlon 64 X2 Processors:

The majority of AMD’s lineup has made the transition to dual-core — this is something that AMD said it would do over time. The transition was almost complete when the company announced the final addition to its Socket 939 Athlon 64 FX-series — Athlon 64 FX-60. This was the first of AMD’s FX-series processors to make the move to dual-core. Not surprisingly, Athlon 64 FX-62 — AMD’s new flagship processor — is also a dual core chip.

AMD’s Athlon 64 FX-62 runs at 2.8GHz and has 1MB of L2 cache per core. The thermal power of FX-62 has increased by 15W up to 125W, and the number of transistors has increased from around 223M to just over 227M — an increase of just under 2%. The Windsor core is still manufactured on AMD’s 90-nanometre SOI (silicon on insulator) fabrication process. At the time of publication, it is unclear whether this chip will be transitioned to 65 nanometres with the rest of AMD’s lineup, as the company tends to drop FX-series processors after a faster version replaces it.

The second new addition to AMD’s dual-core lineup is the Athlon 64 X2 5000+. This comes clocked at the same speed as the Athlon 64 FX-60 that runs at 2.6GHz, but comes with only 512KB of L2 cache per core. As a result of the smaller cache, both the transistor count and maximum thermal power are reduced somewhat. The X2 5000+ core has a total of 153.8M transistors — a reduction of nearly 50% compared to the 2x1MB L2 cache processors — and has a peak thermal power rating of 89W.

Whilst mentioning the Athlon 64 FX-60, it is unclear whether AMD will launch Athlon 64 FX-60 on Socket AM2 — we’re suspecting that it will not, as roadmaps suggest that there is an X2 5200+ and an X2 5400+ scheduled to launch next quarter. Based on AMD’s current naming conventions, we expect the X2 5200+ to be an FX-60 with a locked multiplier and X2 5400+ will be an FX-62-based chip running at 2.8GHz with 2x512KB of L2 cache. In addition to the FX-62 and X2 5000+, AMD has transitioned all existing Athlon 64 X2 processors, and introduced a third new dual-core chip, too. The Athlon 64 X2 4000+ is clocked at 2.0GHz — the same speed as the X2 3800+ — but comes with 2x1MB of L2 cache.

All of the Athlon 64 X2 chips — with the exception of the X2 5000+ — will come with either an 89W or 65W peak thermal power rating, with the Athlon 64 X2 3800+ also coming in a 35W version, too. We expect that this one is designed for small form factor and media PCs where space comes at a premium.

Single Core Athlon 64s and Semprons:

The high end of AMD’s product stack is completely dominated by dual-core processors, meaning that it is finally making a definite move towards blanketing its lineup with dual core processors. However, AMD’s lineup isn’t going to transition fully to dual-core until the chip manufacturer decides that the time is right — it doesn’t feel that the time is now, as the lower half of AMD’s product stack is made up entirely of single core chips.

Unlike Socket 939, there is very little cross over and confusion over whether the single core chip with the same rating is faster than the dual core equivalent. AMD has transitioned three single core Athlon 64 processors over to AM2, namely the 3800+, 3500+ and 3200+. These are all based on the Orleans core, which comes with a 512KB L2 cache. The chips are clocked at 2400MHz, 2200MHz and 2000MHz respectively. We have heard rumours of an AM2 version of the Athlon 64 3000+, but there is no confirmation of this part’s existance thus far.

Along with single core Athlon 64s, AMD is also moving its Sempron line to Socket AM2 as well. There will be a total of six processors with clock speeds ranging from 1600MHz to 2000MHz with differing amounts of cache. At each of the three core speeds, there will be a 128KB L2 cache version and also a 256KB L2 cache version.

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AMD’s Athlon 64 FX-53 | HotHardware



AMD’s Athlon
64 FX-53
The
FX Gets Its First Speed Bump. ..

By,
Marco Chiappetta
March 18, 2004

Almost
6 months have passed since the initial release of the

AMD Athlon 64. 
In September ’03, AMD released two new desktop processors,
the Athlon 64 3200+ clocked at 2.0GHz and a premium
product dubbed the Athlon 64 FX-51, clocked at 2.2GHz. 
The FX and standard Athlon 64 shared the same base
architecture, but with the FX-51 AMD kept the 128-bit
memory controller found in their Opteron line of server
CPUs intact.  The standard Athlon 64’s memory
controller is 64-bits wide and doesn’t require the use of
registered DIMMs.  The FX-51 was to be AMD’s premium
product, targeted at hardcore enthusiasts who crave the
highest performance available.  We took an in-depth
look at the new architecture, features and performance of
the Athlon 64 FX

in this launch article. 
If you haven’t already done so, please check it out, as it
contains a myriad of useful information pertaining to the
new processor we’ll be looking at today, the AMD Athlon
64-FX 53.

With the
Athlon 64 FX-53, AMD’s engineers spent some time tweaking
their relatively new .13 micron Silicon On Insulator (SOI)
manufacturing process and were able to ratchet its clock
speed up to 2.4GHz, an increase of about 9% over the
already speedy FX-51.  The excitement surrounding
AMD’s Athlon 64 FX has also prompted memory manufacturers
to produce low-latency registered memory modules.  As
things have matures for the Athlon FX,  AMD has been able
to wring out a bit of extra performance and chipset
vendors have added features to the platform as well. 
Read on and see what a little time and energy has done for
the Athlon 64 FX.

  
  


Specifications of the

AMD
Athlon 64 FX-53

It’s An FX-51, Only Faster!


AMD64:

When
utilizing the AMD64 Instruction Set Architecture,
64-bit mode is designed to offer:

  • Support for 64-bit
    operating systems to provide full, transparent, and
    simultaneous 32-bit and 64-bit platform application
    multitasking.
  • A physical address
    space that can support systems with up to one
    terabyte of installed RAM, shattering the 4 gigabyte
    RAM barrier present on all current x86
    implementations.
  • Sixteen 64-bit
    general-purpose integer registers that quadruple the
    general purpose register space available to
    applications and device drivers.
  • Sixteen 128-bit
    XMM registers for enhanced multimedia performance to
    double the register space of any current SSE/SSE2
    implementation.


Integrated DDR memory controller:

  • Allows for a
    reduction in memory latency, thereby increasing
    overall system performance.

An
advanced HyperTransport link:

  • This feature
    dramatically improves the I/O bandwidth, enabling
    much faster access to peripherals such as hard
    drives, USB 2.0, and Gigabit Ethernet cards.
  • HyperTransport
    technology enables higher performance due to a
    reduced I/O interface throttle.


Large level one (L1) and level 2 (L2) on-die cache:

  • With 128 Kbytes of
    L1 cache and 1 Mbyte of L2 cache, the AMD Athlon 64
    processor is able to excel at performing matrix
    calculations on arrays.
  • Programs that use
    intensive large matrix calculations will benefit
    from fitting the entire matrix in the L2 cache.


64-bit processing:

  • A 64-bit address
    and data set enables the processor to process in the
    terabyte space.
  • Many applications
    improve performance due to the removal of the 32-bit
    limitations.

Processor core clock-for-clock improvements:

  • Including larger
    TLB (Translation Look-Aside Buffers) with reduced
    latencies and improved branch prediction through
    four times the number of bimodal counters in the
    global history counter, as compared to
    seventh-generation processors.
  • These features
    drive improvements to the IPC, by delivering a more
    efficient pipeline for CPU-intensive applications.
  • CPU-intensive
    games benefit from these core improvements.
  • Introduction of
    the SSE2 instruction set, which along with support
    of 3DNow! Professional, (SSE and 3DNow! Enhanced)
    completes support for all industry standards.
  • 32-bit instruction
    set extensions.

Fab location:
AMD’s Fab 30 wafer fabrication facility in Dresden,
Germany


Process Technology:

0.13 micron SOI (silicon-on-insulator) technology

Die Size: 193mm2

Transistor count:
Approximately 105.9 million

Nominal Voltage:
1.50v


THE ATHLON 64-FX
 


KEY
ATHLON 64 FX-53 TECH SPECS:



L1
Cache Size:
64KB data +
64KB instruction = 128KB Total

L2
Cache Size:
1MB (exclusive)

CPU
Core Frequency:
2. 40GHz

CPU to
Memory Controller:
2.40GHz

Memory:

Integrated
128-bit wide memory controller

Types
of Memory:
PC1600 — PC3200
Registered DDR memory

HyperTransport Links:

1

Packaging:

940-pin ceramic
micro PGA

Fab
location:
AMD’s Fab 30
facility in Dresden, Germany

Process Technology:

130nm
(.13-micron) Silicon on Insulator (SOI)

Approximate Transistor count:

105.9 million

Approximate Die Size:

193mm squared

Nominal Voltage:

1.50 V

Max
Ambient Case Temp:
70 degrees
Celsius

Max
Thermal Power:
89 W

The technical
specifications above reveal that not much has changed
since the introduction of the FX-53, other than its
increased clock speed.   The Athlon 64 FX-53 is
clocked at a default speed of 2.4GHz, an increase of
200MHz from the FX-51’s 2.2GHz.  The new FX-53 is
built using the same .13 micron Silicon on Insulator (SOI)
manufacturing process, uses the same 940-pin socket, and
is equipped with the same amount of on-die cache. 
Essentially, what we have here today is simply a higher
clocked FX-51 — which of course, is a good thing.

On board
virus protection coming to an Athlon 64 near you? —

Although, there isn’t anything new to report on the
feature front, there is an existing feature that has
gotten some press as of late with the impending release of
Windows XP Service Pack 2.  All Athlon 64 and Opteron
CPUs are enabled with AMD?s Enhanced Virus Protection
feature, that will work in conjunction with the upcoming
Service Pack 2.  What this feature does is render
some virus types, specifically buffer overrun exploits,
inoperable which in-turn prevents them from replicating
and infecting other systems.   With the increasing
number of viruses and worms as of late, any feature
designed to help prevent them from spreading and to
provide a more secure environment is welcome in our book. 
For more information on AMD?s Enhanced Virus Protection,

check out this link.


A Closer Look at the
FX-53


Processor AMD Athlon 64 FX-62 BOX

Description

Specifications

General characteristics

Ruler

Athlon 64

Socket

AM2

Processor Code

FX-62

Core

Windsor

Number of Cores

2 cores

Process technology

90 nm

Frequency

CPU frequency

2. 8 GHz

Bus frequency

HT

Core voltage

1.35V

multiplication factor

14

L1 cache size

128 Kb

L2 cache size

2 MB

L3 cache size

0 Kb

Instructions

Hyper-threading support

yes

3DN support

yes

AMD64/EM64T support

yes

SSE2 support

yes

SSE3 support

yes

SSE4 support

no

NX bit support

yes

Virtualization Technology support

no

Additionally

Heat dissipation

125W

Maximum operating temperature

63 °C

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Basic Information

Brand

Amd

Processor Family

Athlon

Processor Line

A thlon 64

Processor model

62

Price

$28

Processor type

Desktop

Purpose

Desktop

Release date

n. a.

Main specifications

Number of cores

2 cores

Number of threads

2 threads

Socket (socket)

Socket F

Processor architecture

Windsor

Base New frequency

2800 MHz

Auto overclock

No

Free processor multiplier

No

Processor

Process

90nm

Transistors (M)

243M

TDP

125 W

Maximum temperature

63 °C

64 bit support

Bus

1000 MHz 16-bit HyperTransport (2.0 GT/s)

90 216 Level 1 cache L1

2×64 + 2×64 KB

L2 L2 Cache

2048 Kb

L3 L3 Cache

N/A Kb

RAM

RAM Controller

Present 9000 3

Types of RAM

DDR2-533, DDR2-667, DDR2-800

Memory channels

2

Athlon 64 FX-62 performance rating

Attention! The general rating calculation method is chosen, which means that the rating percentage is calculated relative to the most powerful processor participating on our site.

Rating calculation method:
Overall ratingBy Windsor architectureBy Socket FAmong Intel processorsAmong AMD processorsAmong desktop processorsAmong Athlon family processorsAmong Athlon 64 processorsAmong 2-core processorsAmong 2006 processors

Overall performance rating

1164.62

(1.1%)

PassMark CPU Mark

943

(1.07%)

9000 6 Cinebench 11.5 (64-bit) Multi-threaded test

1.52

( 1.44%)

Cinebench 11.5 (64-bit) Single-threaded test

0.64

(7.4%)

Cinebench 15 (64-bit) Multi-threaded test

122.44 90 003

(1.16%)

Cinebench 15 (64-bit) Single threaded test

62.32

(18.59%)

Geekbench 4.0 (64-bit) ) Single thread test

1508.04

(9 .59%)

X264 HD 4.0 Pass 1

35.49

(1.37%)

X264 HD 4.0 Pass 2

7.94

(1.2 9%)

3DMark06 CPU

2149

( 1. 5%)

WinRAR 4.0

865.77

(1.45%)

Positions in the rating

Attention! The general rating calculation method is chosen, which means that the rating percentage is calculated relative to the most powerful processor participating on our site.

Rating calculation method:
Overall ratingBy Windsor architectureBy Socket FAmong Intel processorsAmong AMD processorsAmong desktop processorsAmong Athlon family processorsAmong Athlon 64 processorsAmong 2-core processorsAmong 2006 processors

Overall performance rating
3291 processors

909 place

(out of 3291)

PassMark CPU Mark
3279 processors

participate in the rating

927 place

(out of 3279)

Cinebench 11.5 (64- bit) Multi-threaded test
3221 processors participate in the rating

1062 place

(out of 3221)

Cinebench 11.5 (64-bit) Single-threaded test
3215 processors participate in the rating

1285th place

(out of 3215)

Cinebench 15 (64-bit) Multi-threaded test )

Cinebench 15 (64-bit) Single thread test
V 3217 processors participate in the rating

1330th place

(out of 3217)

Geekbench 4. 0 (64-bit) Multi-threaded test
03

(out of 3209)

Geekbench 4.0 (64-bit) Single Thread Test
3209 processors participate in the rating

1027 place

(out of 3209)

X264 HD 4.0 Pass 1
3211 processors participate in the rating

985 place 900 03

(from 3211)

X264 HD 4.0 Pass 2
3211 processors

986th place

(out of 3211)

3DMark06 CPU

WinRAR 4.0
3212 processors participate in the rating

923 place

(out of 3212)

Energy saving technologies
Technology or instruction name Meaning Short description
Halt mode Stop mode.
Stop Grant mode Energy saving status.
Cool’n’Quiet Coolness and silence.
Standard extension set
Technology or instruction name Meaning Short description
MMX (Multimedia Extensions) Multimedia extensions.
SSE (Streaming SIMD Extensions) Processor streaming SIMD extension.
SSE2 (Streaming SIMD Extensions 2) Streaming SIMD Processor Extension 2.
SSE3 (Streaming SIMD Extensions 3) Streaming SIMD Processor Extension 3.
AMD64 64-bit microprocessor architecture developed by AMD.
3DNow! Optional MMX extension for AMD processors.
Safety technology
Technology or instruction name Meaning Short description
EVP (Enhanced Virus Protection) Improved virus protection.
Virtualization technologies
Technology or instruction name Meaning Short description
AMD-V AMD-V Virtualization Technology.

AMD Athlon 64 FX-62 processor overview

The AMD Athlon 64 FX-62 processor based on the Windsor architecture is intended for building home computers. The release of the processor took place no data of the year.

Processor compatible with Socket F motherboards. Processor core temperature limit under load can be 63°C. AMD says the system bus data rate will be 1000 MHz 16-bit HyperTransport (2.0 GT/s). This processor will require an advanced cooling system because its power reaches 125 watts. With technological process 90 nanometers — the total number of transistors reaches 243 million.

Pretty high-performance processor at the time of release in 2006, which can guarantee good PC gaming.

Competitors and analogues

In 2006, Athlon 64 FX-62 had few rivals among processors of its type, only the Core 2 Duo E6600 based on the Conroe microarchitecture, model 6400+ on socket AM2 from the Athlon 64 processor family, are worthy of interest, model 965 from the Pentium processor family, model E6400 on an LGA775 socket from the Core 2 Duo family, Windsor, Athlon 64 FX-74 on the Windsor microarchitecture, model 72 from the Athlon 64 processor series, model 60 Socket 939 from the Athlon 64 processor family, Pentium D 965 XE based on the Presler microarchitecture, Model 5200+ from the Athlon 64 family, E6700 on the LGA775 socket among the Core 2 Duo processor line, E6300 on the LGA775 socket from the Core 2 Duo processor family, Brisbane, Windsor, Socket AM2 model 5000+ from the Athlon 64 line, Athlon 64 X2 3800+ (AM2) based on the Windsor architecture, Socket F model 70 from the Athlon 64 processor series, X6800 model from the Core 2 Extreme family, Athlon 64 X2 4600 + (AM2) based on the Windsor architecture, Athlon 64 X2 3400+ based on the Windsor architecture, Brisbane, Brisbane, Brisbane, model 3600+ Socket AM2 from the Athlon 64 processor line. Core 2 Duo E8300 based on Wolfdale microarchitecture, model E6800 from Core 2 Duo series, Core 2 Duo E8190 from 2008, Core 2 Duo E6850 based on Conroe microarchitecture, and X6800 model from the Core 2 Extreme processor family. On the Socket F socket, among the competitors, we will highlight solutions from AMD: Opteron 2354 on the Barcelona microarchitecture, Opteron 2373 EE of 2009, model 2380 Socket F from the Opteron line, SE Socket F model from the Opteron processor family, Opteron 2376 on the Shanghai architecture, which appeared 1 year later Opteron 8354.

Athlon 64 FX-70, Athlon 64 FX-74, Athlon 64 FX-72 are the most similar processors under the AMD brand. They run on the same Socket F socket and the same Windsor architecture. If we compare the entire Core line, then it confidently holds the 5th place in the list.

Technologies and instructions

The AMD Athlon 64 FX-62 supports many of the latest instructions and technologies.

Extended instructions MMX, 3DNow!, AMD64, SSE2, SSE, SSE3 are used.