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Athlon is the name of a family of CPUs designed by AMD, targeted mostly at the desktop market. It has been largely unused as just "Athlon" since 2001 when AMD started naming its processors Athlon XP, but in 2008 began referring to single core 64-bit processors from the AMD Athlon X2 and AMD Phenom product lines. Later the name began being used for some APUs.

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    1. Features Overview

    1.1. "Pure" CPUs

    CPU features table

    1.2. APUs

    APU features table

    2. Athlon (Model 1,K7 "Argon", 250 nm)

    • L2-Cache always runs with 50% of CPU speed
    • All models support: MMX, Enhanced 3DNow!
    Model Number Frequency L2-Cache FSB 1 Multiplier Voltage TDP Socket Release Date Order Part Number Release
    price (United States dollar )
    Athlon 500 500 MHz 512 KB 200 MT/s 5x 1.60 V 42 W Slot A June 23, 1999 AMD-K7500MTR51B C $324
    Athlon 550 550 MHz 5.5x 46 W AMD-K7550MTR51B C $479
    Athlon 600 600 MHz 6x 50 W AMD-K7600MTR51B C $699
    Athlon 650 650 MHz 6.5x 54 W August 9, 1999 AMD-K7650MTR51B C $849
    Athlon 700 700 MHz 7x 50 W October 4, 1999 AMD-K7700MTR51B C

    3. Athlon (Model 2, K75 "Pluto/Orion", 180 Nm)

    • L2-Cache runs with 50% (up to 700 MHz), 40% (up to 850 MHz) or 33% (up to 1000 MHz) of CPU speed.
    • 900 - 1000 MHz have Orion designation.
    • All models support: MMX, Enhanced 3DNow!
    Model Number Frequency L2-Cache FSB 1 Multiplier Voltage TDP Socket Release Date Order Part Number Release
    price (United States dollar )
    Athlon 550 550 MHz 512 KB 200 MT/s 5.5x 1.60 V 31 W Slot A November 29, 1999 AMD-K7550MTR51B A  
    Athlon 600 600 MHz 6x 34 W AMD-K7600MTR51B A  
    Athlon 650 650 MHz 6.5x 36 W AMD-K7650MTR51B A  
    Athlon 700 700 MHz 7x 39 W AMD-K7700MTR51B A  
    Athlon 750 750 MHz 7.5x 40 W AMD-K7750MTR52B A $799
    Athlon 800 800 MHz 8x 1.70 V 48 W January 6, 2000 AMD-K7800MPR52B A  
    Athlon 850 850 MHz 8.5x 50 W February 11, 2000 AMD-K7850MPR52B A $849
    Athlon 900 900 MHz 9x 1.80 V 60 W March 6, 2000 AMD-K7900MNR53B A $899
    Athlon 950 950 MHz 9.5x 62 W AMD-K7950MNR53B A $999
    Athlon 1000 1000 MHz 10x 65 W AMD-K7100MNR53B A $1,299

    4. Athlon (Model 4, "Thunderbird", 180 Nm)

    • L2-Cache always runs with full CPU speed
    • All models support: MMX, Enhanced 3DNow!
    Model Number Frequency L2-Cache FSB 1 Multiplier Voltage TDP Socket Release Date Order Part Number Release
    price (United States dollar )
    Athlon 600 600 MHz 256 KB 200 MT/s 6x 1.75 V 38 W[1] Socket A June 5, 2000 A0600AMT3B  
    Athlon 650 650 MHz 6.5x 38 W Socket A A0650AMT3B
    A0650APT3B
     
    1.70 V 36.1 W Slot A AMD-A0650MPR24B A OEM
    Athlon 700 700 MHz 7x 1.75 V 40 W Socket A A0700AMT3B
    A0700APT3B
     
    1.70 V 38.3 W Slot A AMD-A0700MPR24B A OEM
    Athlon 750 750 MHz 7.5x 1.75 V 43 W Socket A A0750AMT3B

    A0750APT3B

    $319
    1.70 V 40.4 W Slot A AMD-A0750MPR24B A OEM
    Athlon 800 800 MHz 8x 1.75 V 45 W Socket A A0800AMT3B
    A0800APT3B
    $359
    1.70 V 42.6 W Slot A AMD-A0800MPR24B A OEM
    Athlon 850 850 MHz 8.5x 1.75 V 47 W Socket A A0850AMT3B
    A0850APT3B
    $507
    1.70 V 44.8 W Slot A AMD-A0850MPR24B A OEM
    Athlon 900 900 MHz 9x 1.75 V 50 W Socket A A0900AMT3B
    A0900APT3B

    A0900DMT3B

    $589
    Slot A AMD-A0900MMR24B A OEM
    Athlon 950 950 MHz 9.5x 52 W Socket A A0950AMT3B

    A0950APT3B

    A0950DMT3B

    $759
    Slot A AMD-A0950MMR24B A OEM
    Athlon 1000B 1000 MHz 10x 54 W Socket A A1000AMS3B
    A1000AMT3B

    A1000DMT3B

    $990
    Slot A AMD-A1000MMR24B A OEM
    Athlon 1000C 266 MT/s 7.5x 1.75 V Socket A October 31, 2000 A1000AMS3C
    A1000AMT3C

    A1000DMT3C

    $385
    Athlon 1100 1100 MHz 200 MT/s 11x 55.1/60 W August 14, 2000 A1100AMS3B

    A1100AMT3B

    $853
    Athlon 1133 1133 MHz 266 MT/s 8.5x 63 W October 31, 2000 A1133AMS3C $506
    Athlon 1200B 1200 MHz 200 MT/s 12x 66 W October 17, 2000 A1200AMS3B $612
    Athlon 1200C 266 MT/s 9x October 31, 2000 A1200AMS3C $673
    Athlon 1266 1266 MHz 9.5x March 21, 2001[2] A1266AMS3C  
    Athlon 1300 1300 MHz 200 MT/s 13x 68 W March 21, 2001 A1300AMS3B

    A1300APS3B

    $318
    Athlon 1333 1333 MHz 266 MT/s 10x 70 W A1333AMS3C $350
    Athlon 1400B 1400 MHz 200 MT/s 14x 72 W June 6, 2001 A1400AMS3B $253
    Athlon 1400C 266 MT/s 10.5x A1400AMS3C $253

    5. Athlon XP

    6. Athlon 64

    7. Athlon X2

    8. Athlon II

    9. Athlon (Piledriver)

    9.1. "Trinity" (2012)

    • Platform "Virgo"
    • Fabrication 32 nm on GlobalFoundries SOI process
    • Socket FM2
    • CPU: Piledriver
      • L1 Cache: 16 KB Data per core and 64 KB Instructions per module
    • Die Size: 246 mm2, 1.303 Billion transistors[3]
    • Support for up to four DIMMs of up to DDR3-1866 memory
    • 5 GT/s UMI
    • Integrated PCIe 2.0 controller, and Turbo Core technology for faster CPU/GPU operation when the thermal specification permits
    • MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4a, SSE4.1, SSE4.2, AMD64, AMD-V, AES, CLMUL, AVX, XOP, FMA3, FMA4, F16C,[4] ABM, BMI1, TBM
    Model number Released Fab Step. [Modules/FPUs]

    Cores/threads

    Clock

    (GHz)

    Turbo

    (GHz)

    Cache[5] DDR3

    Mem.

    TDP

    (W)

    Box Number Part number[6]
    L1 L2

    (MB)

    Athlon X2 340[7] 2012/10 32nm TN-A1 [1]2 3.2 3.6 64KB inst.
    per module

    16KB data
    per core
    1 1600 65   AD340XOKA23HJ
    Athlon X4 730 2012

    10/1

    [2]4 2.8 3.2 2× 2MB 1866 65   AD730XOKA44HJ
    Athlon X4 740 2012/10 3.2 3.7 AD740XOKHJBOX AD740XOKA44HJ
    Athlon X4 750K 3.4 4.0 100 AD750KWOHJBOX AD750KWOA44HJ
    1. AMD in its technical documentation uses KB, which it defines as Kilobyte and as equal to 1024 bytes, and MB, which it defines as Megabyte and as equal to 1024 KB.[8]

    9.2. "Richland" (2013)

    • Fabrication 32 nm on GlobalFoundries SOI process
    • Socket FM2
    • Two or four CPU cores based on the Piledriver microarchitecture
      • Die Size: 246 mm2, 1.303 Billion transistors[9]
      • L1 Cache: 16 KB Data per core and 64 KB Instructions per module
      • MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4a, SSE4.1, SSE4.2, AMD64, AMD-V, AES, AVX, AVX1.1, XOP, FMA3, FMA4, F16C, ABM, BMI1, TBM, Turbo Core 3.0, NX bit, PowerNow!
    Model Released Fab Step. [Modules/FPUs]

    Cores/threads

    Freq. (GHz) Cache[10] DDR3

    Mem.

    TDP

    (W)

    Box Number Part number
    Base Turbo
    L1 L2

    (MB)

    Athlon X2 350[11]   32nm RL-A1 [1]2 3.5 3.9 64KB inst.
    per module

    16KB data
    per core
    1 1866 65   AD350XOKA23HL
    Athlon X2 370K Jun 2013 4.0 4.2 AD370KOKHLBOX AD370KOKA23HL
    Athlon X4 750 Oct 2013 [2]4 3.4 4.0 2× 2MB 65   AD750XOKA44HL
    Athlon X4 760K Jun 2013 3.8 4.1 100 AD760KWOHLBOX AD760KWOA44HL
    1. AMD in its technical documentation uses KB, which it defines as Kilobyte and as equal to 1024 bytes, and MB, which it defines as Megabyte and as equal to 1024 KB.[8]

    10. Athlon (Jaguar)

    10.1. "Kabini" (2013, SoC)

    • Fabrication 28 nm by GlobalFoundries
    • Socket AM1, aka Socket FS1b (AM1 platform)
    • 2 to 4 CPU Cores (Jaguar (microarchitecture))
    • L1 Cache: 32 KB Data per core and 32 KB Instructions per core
    • MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4a, SSE4.1, SSE4.2, AMD64, AVX, F16C, CLMUL, AES, MOVBE (Move Big-Endian instruction), XSAVE/XSAVEOPT, ABM, BMI1, AMD-V support
    • SoC with integrated memory, PCIe, 2× USB 3.0, 6× USB 2.0, Gigabit Ethernet, and 2× SATA III (6 Gb/s) controllers
    • GPU based on Graphics Core Next (GCN)
    Model Released Fab Step. CPU GPU DDR3

    Memory
    support

    TDP

    (W)

    Box Number Part number
    Cores
    (threads)
    Clock

    (GHz)

    Cache[12] Model Config Clock

    (MHz)

    Processing
    power
    (GFLOPS)[13]
    L1 L2

    (MB)

    L3
    Athlon X4 530 ? 28nm A1 4 (4) 2 32 KB inst.
    32 KB data

    per core
    2 N/A N/A ? 25   AD530XJAH44HM
    Athlon X4 550 2.2   AD550XJAH44HM
    Athlon 5150 April 9, 2014 4 (4) 1.60 2 R3 (HD 8400) 128:8:4
    2 CU
    600 153.6 1600 (Single channel only) AD5150JAHMBOX AD5150JAH44HM
    Athlon 5350 2.05 AD5350JAHMBOX AD5350JAH44HM
    Athlon 5370 Feb, 2016 2.20   AD5370JAH44HM
    1. AMD in its technical documentation uses KB, which it defines as Kilobyte and as equal to 1024 bytes, and MB, which it defines as Megabyte and as equal to 1024 KB.[8]
    2. Single-precision performance is calculated from the base (or boost) core clock speed based on a FMA operation.

    11. Athlon (Steamroller, Excavator)

    11.1. "Kaveri" (2014) & "Godavari" (2015)

    • Fabrication 28 nm by GlobalFoundries.
    • Socket FM2+,[14] support for PCIe 3.0.
    • Two or four CPU cores based on the Steamroller microarchitecture.
      • Kaveri refresh models have codename Godavari.[15]
    • Die Size: 245 mm2, 2.41 Billion transistors.[16]
    • L1 Cache: 16 KB Data per core and 96 KB Instructions per module.
    • MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4.1, SSE4.2, SSE4a, AMD64, AMD-V, AES, CLMUL, AVX, AVX 1.1, XOP, FMA3, FMA4, F16C, ABM, BMI1, TBM, Turbo Core
    • Dual-channel (2× 64 Bit) DDR3 memory controller.
    Model Release
    date
    Fab Step. CPU GPU DDR3

    Memory support

    TDP

    (W)

    Box Number Part number
    [Modules/FPUs]

    Cores/threads

    Clock

    (GHz)

    Turbo

    (GHz)

    Cache[17] Model Config Clock

    (MHz)

    GFLOPS[18]
    L1 L2

    (MB)

    Athlon X2 450[11] Jul 31, 2014 28nm KV-A1 [1]2 3.5 3.9 96 KB inst.
    per module

    16 KB data
    per core
    1 N/A 1866 65   AD450XYBI23JA
    Athlon X4 830 Q1 2018 [2]4 3.0 3.4
    2MB
    2133   AD830XYBI44JA
    Athlon X4 840[11] Aug 2014 3.1 3.8 AD840XYBJABOX AD840XYBI44JA
    Athlon X4 850 Q2 2015 GV-A1 3.2     AD835XACI43KA
    Athlon X4 860K Aug 2014 KV-A1 3.7 4.0 95 AD860KXBJABOX
    AD860KWOHLBOX
    AD860KXBJASBX
    AD860KXBI44JA
    Athlon X4 870K Dec 2015 GV-A1 3.9 4.1 AD870KXBJCSBX AD870KXBI44JC
    Athlon X4 880K Mar 1, 2016 4.0 4.2 AD880KXBJCSBX  
    1. AMD in its technical documentation uses KB, which it defines as Kilobyte and as equal to 1024 bytes, and MB, which it defines as Megabyte and as equal to 1024 KB.[8]
    2. Single-precision performance is calculated from the base (or boost) core clock speed based on a FMA operation.

    11.2. "Carrizo" (2016)

    • Fabrication 28 nm by GlobalFoundries
    • Socket FM2+, AM4, support for PCIe 3.0
    • Two or four CPU cores based on the Excavator microarchitecture
    • Die Size: 250.04 mm2, 3.1 Billion transistors[19]
    • L1 Cache: 32 KB Data per core and 96 KB Instructions per module
    • MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4.1, SSE4.2, SSE4a, AMD64, AMD-V, AES, CLMUL, AVX, AVX 1.1, AVX2, XOP, FMA3, FMA4, F16C, ABM, BMI1, BMI2, TBM, RDRAND, Turbo Core
    • Dual-channel DDR3 or DDR4 memory controller
    Model Released Fab Step. Socket CPU GPU DDR3

    Memory
    support

    TDP

    (W)

    Box Number[20] Part number
    [Modules/FPUs]

    Cores/threads

    Freq.(GHz) Cache[21] Model Config Clock

    (MHz)

    GFLOPS[22]
    Base Turbo
    L1 L2

    (MB)

    Athlon X4 835 ? 28nm CZ-A1 FM2+ [2]4 3.1   96 KB inst.
    per module

    32 KB data
    per core

    1MB

    N/A 2133 65   AD835XACI43KA
    Athlon X4 845 Feb 2, 2016 3.5 3.8 AD845XYBJCSBX
    AD845XACKASBX
    AD845XACI43KA
    1. With cooler if available.
    2. AMD in its technical documentation uses KB, which it defines as Kilobyte and as equal to 1024 bytes, and MB, which it defines as Megabyte and as equal to 1024 KB.[8]
    3. Single-precision performance is calculated from the base (or boost) core clock speed based on a FMA operation.

    11.3. "Bristol Ridge" (2016)

    • Fabrication 28 nm by GlobalFoundries
    • Socket AM4, support for PCIe 3.0
    • Two or four "Excavator+" CPU cores
    • L1 Cache: 32 KB Data per core and 96 KB Instructions per module
    • MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4.1, SSE4.2, SSE4a, AMD64, AMD-V, AES, CLMUL, AVX, AVX 1.1, AVX2, XOP, FMA3, FMA4, F16C, ABM, BMI1, BMI2, TBM, RDRAND, Turbo Core
    • Dual-channel DDR4 memory controller
    • PCI Express 3.0 x8 (No Bifurcation support, requires a PCI-e switch for any configuration other than x8)
    • PCI Express 3.0 x4 as link to optional external chipset
    • 4x USB 3.1 Gen 1
    • Storage: 2x SATA and 2x NVMe or 2x PCI Express
    Model Released Fab Stepping CPU GPU DDR4

    Memory
    support

    TDP

    (W)

    Stock Cooler (box)[23] Box Number[24] Part number
    [Modules/FPUs]

    Cores/threads

    Clock

    (GHz)

    Turbo

    (GHz)

    Cache[25] Model Config Clock

    (MHz)

    Processing
    power
    (GFLOPS)[26]
    L1 L2 L3
    Athlon X4 940 July 27, 2017 28nm BR-A1 [2]4 3.2 3.6 96 KB inst.
    per module

    32 KB data
    per core
    2× 1 MB N/A N/A 2400 65 Near-Silent 65 W AD940XAGABBOX AD940XAGM44AB
    Athlon X4 950 3.5 3.8 AD950XAGABBOX AD950XAGM44AB
    Athlon X4 970 3.8 4.0 AD970XAUABBOX AD970XAUM44AB
    1. A box without cooler might also be available (WOF).
    2. With cooler if available.
    3. AMD in its technical documentation uses KB, which it defines as Kilobyte and as equal to 1024 bytes, and MB, which it defines as Megabyte and as equal to 1024 KB.[8]
    4. Single-precision performance is calculated from the base (or boost) core clock speed based on a FMA operation.

    12. Athlon (Zen-based)

    12.1. Desktop

    "Raven Ridge", 14 nm

    • Zen CPU cores

    "Picasso", 12 nm

    • Zen+ CPU cores

    12.2. Mobile

    "Raven Ridge", 14 nm

    • Zen CPU cores

    "Dalí", 14 nm

    • Zen CPU cores

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    2. "AMD A1266AMS3C Information | cpu-galerie.de". http://cpu-galerie.com/html/amdk7athlonsockel-a1266ams3c.html. 
    3. "Trinity Improvements Include Updated Piledriver Cores and VLIW4 GPUs". http://www.pcper.com/news/Processors/Trinity-Improvements-Include-Updated-Piledriver-Cores-and-VLIW4-GPUs-0. 
    4. "AMD detonates Trinity: Behold Bulldozer's second coming - ExtremeTech". https://www.extremetech.com/computing/129363-amd-detonates-trinity-behold-bulldozers-second-coming. 
    5. AMD in its technical documentation uses KB, which it defines as Kilobyte and as equal to 1024 bytes, and MB, which it defines as Megabyte and as equal to 1024 KB.[5]
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    9. "AMD A10-6800K and A10-6700 "Richland" APU Review". https://wccftech.com/review/amd-a10-6800k-a10-6700-richland-apu-review/. 
    10. AMD in its technical documentation uses KB, which it defines as Kilobyte and as equal to 1024 bytes, and MB, which it defines as Megabyte and as equal to 1024 KB.[5]
    11. "AMD Athlon Processors". https://www.amd.com/en-us/products/processors/desktop/athlon-cpu. 
    12. AMD in its technical documentation uses KB, which it defines as Kilobyte and as equal to 1024 bytes, and MB, which it defines as Megabyte and as equal to 1024 KB.[5]
    13. Single-precision performance is calculated from the base (or boost) core clock speed based on a FMA operation.
    14. Anton Shilov (2013-05-30). "AMD's Next-Gen "Kaveri" APUs Will Require New Mainboards". http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/cpu/display/20130530232155_AMD_s_Next_Gen_Kaveri_APUs_Will_Require_New_Mainboards.html. 
    15. "AMD Godavari core". http://www.cpu-world.com/Cores/Godavari.html. 
    16. "AMD Kaveri A10-7850K and A8-7600 review: Was it worth the wait for the first true heterogeneous chip?". https://www.extremetech.com/computing/174632-amd-kaveri-a10-7850k-and-a8-7600-review-was-it-worth-the-wait-for-the-first-true-heterogeneous-chip. 
    17. AMD in its technical documentation uses KB, which it defines as Kilobyte and as equal to 1024 bytes, and MB, which it defines as Megabyte and as equal to 1024 KB.[5]
    18. Single-precision performance is calculated from the base (or boost) core clock speed based on a FMA operation.
    19. "AMD Details Carrizo APUs Energy Efficient Design at Hot Chips 2015 – 28nm Bulk High Density Design With 3.1 Billion Transistors, 250mm2 Die". 26 August 2015. https://wccftech.com/amd-carrizo-apu-architecture-hot-chips/. 
    20. With cooler if available.
    21. AMD in its technical documentation uses KB, which it defines as Kilobyte and as equal to 1024 bytes, and MB, which it defines as Megabyte and as equal to 1024 KB.[5]
    22. Single-precision performance is calculated from the base (or boost) core clock speed based on a FMA operation.
    23. A box without cooler might also be available (WOF).
    24. With cooler if available.
    25. AMD in its technical documentation uses KB, which it defines as Kilobyte and as equal to 1024 bytes, and MB, which it defines as Megabyte and as equal to 1024 KB.[5]
    26. Single-precision performance is calculated from the base (or boost) core clock speed based on a FMA operation.
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