AMD AXDA3000DKV4D Athlon XP 3000+ 2.16GHz Socket A 462 Barton CPU Processor + TP
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AMD AXDA3000DKV4D Athlon XP 3000+ 2.16GHz Socket A 462 Barton CPU Processor + Thermal Paste
|Type||CPU / Microprocessor|
|Family||AMD Athlon XP|
|CPU part number||AXDA3000DKV4D|
2167 MHz (real)
|Bus speed||333 MHz|
|Package||453-pin organic PGA
1. 95″ x 1.95″ (4.95 cm x 4.95 cm)
|AMD Package numbers||27488, 27493, 28103|
|Socket||Socket A (Socket 462)|
|Price at introduction||$588|
|Architecture / Microarchitecture|
|Processor core||Barton (Model 10)|
|Manufacturing process||0.13 micron copper process|
|Data width||32 bit|
|The number of cores||1|
|The number of threads||1|
|Floating Point Unit||Integrated|
|Level 1 cache size||64 KB code
64 KB data
|Level 2 cache size||Full-speed exclusive on-die 512 KB|
|Low power features||
|Integrated peripherals / components|
|Electrical / Thermal parameters|
|V core||1. 65V|
|Minimum/Maximum operating temperature||0°C – 85°C|
|Typical/Maximum power dissipation||58.4 Watt / 74.3 Watt|
Amd Athlon Xp 3000+ 333FSB Processor Cpu
Athlon XP 3000+ [in 1 benchmark]
Athlon XP 3000+
- Core frequency
- Video memory size
- Memory type
- Memory frequency
- Maximum resolution
AMD started AMD Athlon XP 3000+ sales in January 2001 at a suggested price of $78. This is a desktop processor based on the Barton architecture, primarily designed for home systems. It has 1 core and 1 thread and is manufactured using 130nm process technology, the maximum frequency is 2167MHz, the multiplier is locked. nine0005
In terms of compatibility, this is an AMD Socket A processor with a TDP of 68W.
We don’t have test results for the Athlon XP 3000+.
Information about the type (for desktops or laptops) and architecture of the Athlon XP 3000+, as well as when sales started and cost at that time.
|Place in the performance rating||does not participate||$77 (1x)||of 25332 (Xeon Platinum 8276L)|
Athlon XP 3000+ quantitative parameters such as number of cores and threads, clock speeds, manufacturing process, cache size and multiplier lock state. They indirectly speak about the performance of the processor, but for an accurate assessment, you need to consider the results of the tests.
|Support 64 bits||—|
|Compatibility with Windows 11||—|
|NVIDIA NFORCE2 ULTRA 400||SIS748 90||SISA748 VIA|| SISE0471 But let’s move from words to deeds. We overclocked on the ABIT NF7 rev.2.0 motherboard. As a cooling system, we used an ordinary Ajigo MF035-032 cooler recommended by AMD for use with Athlon XP 3200+ processors. Acceleration was carried out as follows. Since systems based on Athlon XP can be unstable at bus frequencies above 400 MHz, we first tried to set the maximum possible multiplier (the Athlon XP 3200+, like other AMD processors, has it unlocked). And only after that, attempts were made to further increase the frequency of the bus. nine0471 The maximum multiplier at which our system agreed to start was 12x. This is a good result considering that the stock multiplier of the Athlon XP 3200+ is 11x. That is, given that the FSB frequency for the tested processor is 200 MHz, at the first stage we managed to increase the frequency by 200 MHz. However, as it turned out, the system lost its stability, and in order to return it, we had to raise the processor power supply from the standard 1.65V to 1.75V. |
Then we started increasing the FSB frequency. Here we were not able to achieve great results, and already at the FSB frequency of 204 MHz the system hung. However, at the FSB frequency of 203 MHz, the platform loaded and worked quite tolerably, however, falling out of a number of applications that actively use the CPU. Fortunately, we still managed to achieve stable operation of the processor under these conditions: for this, it was enough to slightly increase the supply voltage to 1.8V. nine0471 And here’s the result: we managed to overclock an Athlon XP 3200+ running at 2.2 GHz to 2432 MHz:
It’s hard to call the result impressive. However, it gives us the opportunity to hope that, under some circumstances, AMD will be able to release one more Athlon XP model, operating, for example, at 2.3 GHz.
Pricing and Availability
There have never been any problems with the availability of older Athlon XP models based on the Barton core. These processors began to be sold immediately after their announcement. So it will be this time as well – sales of Athlon XP 3200+ start today. nine0038
|Intel Pentium 4 3.06||$401|
|AMD Athlon XP 3000+||$325|
|Intel Pentium 4 2.8C*||$278|
|Intel Pentium 4 2.8||$262|
|AMD Athlon XP 2800+||$225|
|Intel Pentium 4 2.6*||$218|
|Intel Pentium 4 2.66||$193|
|AMD Athlon XP 2700+||$180|
|Intel Pentium 4 2.4C*||$178|
|Intel Pentium 4 2.4||$163|
|AMD Athlon XP 2600+||$151|
|AMD Athlon XP 2500+||$124|
If at the release of Athlon XP 3000+ AMD identified this processor with the Pentium 4 3. 06 GHz, now the company’s ambitions have diminished. The Athlon XP 3000+ fell in price more than the Pentium 4 3.06 GHz, and the top model Athlon XP 3200+ only slightly surpasses the Pentium 4 3.0 in price, losing almost $200 in price to the Pentium 4 3.2 GHz, which will be released later. nine0471
How we tested
We tested the new AMD Athlon XP 3200+ processor using, in fact, the only widespread platform for CPUs with a 400 MHz bus speed based on the NVIDIA nForce2 Ultra 400 chipset. The motherboard we chose is ABIT NF7 rev.2.0. Memory — a pair of high-speed DDR400 Corsair CMX256A-3200LL modules, which allow you to set the minimum timings of 2-2-2-5 when operating at a frequency of 400 MHz.
Competed with this system was a platform with a Pentium 4 3.0 GHz processor with an 800 MHz system bus. This system was based on the recently released i875P chipset. The board used in the tests is ASUS P4C800 Deluxe. Memory — the same dual-channel DDR400 SDRAM. nine0471 Besides, for comparison we have included the performance indicators of Pentium 4 3.06 with 533 MHz system bus and Athlon XP 3000+ in the test results.
In addition, we decided to present the results obtained by measuring the speed of a system with an Athlon XP processor based on the Barton core, overclocked to 2.4 GHz (12×200 MHz).
As a result, we used the following test systems:0005
Timings when using memory in DDR333 SDRAM mode (in systems based on Athlon XP 3000+ with a bus frequency of 333 MHz and Pentium 4 3.06) – 2-2-2-5;
Timings when using memory in DDR400 SDRAM mode in Athlon XP system — 2-2-2-5, in Pentium 4 system 2-2-2-6. Less aggressive timings when using the i875P chipset are due to the peculiarities of its memory controller.
Testing was carried out in the operating system MS Windows XP SP1.
We evaluated processor performance in typical office applications (MS Word, Excel, etc. ) using the Business Winstone 2002 test suite. Athlon XP processors traditionally lead here. Switching the older Athlon XP model to a 400 MHz bus additionally improves performance, as a result of which the older Athlon XP models are out of reach even for Pentium 4 with an 800 MHz bus.
In the Multimedia Content Creation Winstone 2003 comprehensive test, which measures the performance of test platforms in digital content applications, the picture is somewhat different. Not only the Athlon XP 3200+ based on the Barton core with a 400 MHz bus cannot overtake the Pentium 4, but also the CPU of this family, overclocked to 2.4 GHz. Intel’s NetBurst architecture shows itself in this case from the best side. nine0005
When encoding mp3 files, a faster bus for the Athlon XP does not matter. This is a purely computational task, and the increased throughput of the processor-memory line is not needed here. The leadership of Pentium 4 is due to three factors: support for the SSE2 instruction set, ALU frequency doubled relative to the processor frequency, and support for Hyper-Threading technology, which the LAME codec can use.
To speed up the algorithms used in the popular WinRAR archiver, the increase in processor bus bandwidth is most welcome. As a result, the performance difference between Athlon XP 3000+ and Athlon XP 3200+ is as much as 12%. As for the speed of the Athlon XP overclocked to 2.4 GHz, it is not so far ahead of the Athlon XP 3200+ with a frequency of 2.2 GHz. But in the end, even in the overclocked version, Barton loses to Pentium 4 with a fast 800 MHz bus. nine0005
When encoding video in MPEG-4 format, processors of the Pentium 4 family traditionally win. The situation does not change when the Athlon XP uses a 400 MHz bus, which has practically no effect in this case. The overclocking of the Athlon XP to 2.4 GHz does not save the situation either. SSE2 support, Hyper-Threading technology, and stream-oriented NetBurst architecture help the Pentium 4 perform at its best in this test.
A similar situation occurs when encoding video using Windows Media Encoder 9, although in this case the effect of switching the Athlon XP to a 400 MHz bus still exists. However, once again the upper part of the diagram was occupied by processors from Intel.
Let’s see how the new Athlon XP 3200+ behaves in 3D games.
With the release of Pentium 4 with 800 MHz bus, Athlon XP processors lost their leading positions in this test. The appearance on the market of Athlon XP 3200+ with a 400 MHz bus returns everything to its place. The older model Pentium 4 is defeated.
In 3DMark03 it’s the opposite — Pentium 4 3.0 is in the lead. Even overclocking the Athlon XP to 2.4 GHz cannot correct the situation. nine0005
CPU score, issued by the same benchmark, demonstrates a slightly different alignment. Although the Pentium 4 3.0 with an 800 MHz bus still outperforms the Athlon XP 3200+, it can’t beat the Barton overclocked to 2.4 GHz.
The game Return to Castle Wolfenstein is even more intellectual. The 800 MHz bus of the new Pentium 4 3. 0 was such a powerful accelerator in this game that now this processor is out of reach even for Athlon XP operating at 2.4 GHz.
But in Unreal Tournament 2003 processors from AMD are in the lead. Increasing the bus speed to 400 MHz reinforces the already confident leadership of the Athlon XP family.
Unreal Tournament 2003 is far from the only game where AMD processors provide higher performance.
Let’s see how the new Athlon XP 3200+ will perform in rendering.
The results are not surprising. Of paramount importance in rendering is the processing power of the processor. Therefore, higher clocked CPUs outperform lower clocked processors of the same family, regardless of the bus they use. As for the results of the Pentium 4, which are exorbitantly high here, this is due to the support of Hyper-Threading technology, which sometimes makes it possible to significantly increase processor performance in multi-threaded applications due to more efficient use of CPU resources. nine0005
Absolutely the same can be said about rendering speed in Lightwave 7.5. However, Athlon XP overclocked to 2.4 GHz still outperforms modern Pentium 4 when rendering a Sunset scene. Unfortunately, AMD has no plans to implement technologies like Hyper-Threading.
What results will Barton show with a 400 MHz bus in professional OpenGL applications? The SPECviewperf 7.1 test will give us the answer. nine0005
The Athlon XP performs well in all tests included in this package. The explanation is simple: in tasks where FPU speed is of paramount importance, Athlon XP has no equal.
In conclusion, the results of the PCMark2002 synthetic test:
Once again, AMD has managed to increase the performance of its processors without resorting to a significant increase in the clock frequency. This time the company used an old and proven technique — the processor bus frequency increased from 333 to 400 MHz.