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Tuesday, September 21, 2004
AMD Athlon 64 3800+

2. Features

AMD Athlon 64 3800+ - Page 2

Let's take a quick look at some of the features the 3800+ has to offer:


CPU Core Frequency 2.40GHz (12x200 with locked multiplier)
Simultaneous 32- & 64-bit computing Yes
L1 Cache (Instruction + Data) 128KB (64KB + 64KB)
L2 Cache 512KB
HyperTransport Yes, one 16x16 link @ 2000 MHz
HyperTransport I/O Bandwidth Up to 8 GB/s
Integrated DDR Memory Controller Yes
Memory Controller Width 128-bit
Memory Supported PC3200, PC2700, PC2100 and PC1600 DDR unbuffered memory
Memory Bandwidth Up to 6.4 GB/s
Total Processor-to-system Bandwidth (HTT plus memory bandwidth) Up to 14.4 GB/s
Process Technology 130 nanometer, Silicon-on-insulator technology
Packaging 939-pin organic micro PGA
Thermal Design Power 89W
Die Size 144 mm2
Number of Transistors Approximately 68.5 million

Our NewCastle processor, as recognized by CPU-Z.

Some details about our motherboard and BIOS settings

 

Check out these wonderful timings!

The Athlon 64 3800+ runs by default, at a speed of 2.4GHz, the same clock speed as the FX-53. With an L2 cache size of 1024KB, the FX processor overshadows the 3800+ performance-wise, with the latter having no extra features to make up for it. Instead, it's built with a locked multiplier that would probably disappoint most overclockers.

However, the 3800+ ships at a price of only $660, a lot less than the cost of the FX-53 (around $850), making it the best buy between the two.




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