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All Sempron Models
Author: Rafael Otto Coelho and Gabriel Torres and Cássio Lima 103,883 views
Type: Tutorials Last Updated: August 28, 2009
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Socket 462 Sempron

Sempron processors based on socket 462 are, in fact, Athlon XP processors with a 333 MHz external bus (166 MHz transferring two data per clock cycle) and 256 KB of L2 memory cache (or 512 KB on 3000+ model). Click here for a full comparison between socket-462 Sempron and Athlon XP.

This Sempron line has the same features of Athlon XP processors, like:

  • 64 KB instruction L1 memory cache and 64 KB data L1 memory cache.
  • 256 KB or 512 KB L2 memory cache.
  • Support for MMX, 3DNow!, SSE and SSE2 instructions (no SSE3).
  • 130 nm manufacturing process.

In the table below we list all Sempron socket 462 models released to date. TDP stands for Thermal Design Power and indicates the CPU maximum thermal dissipation, i.e. the CPU cooler must be able to dissipate at least this amount of heat.

OPN (Tray)

OPN (Box)

Model

Clock

TDP

L2 Cache

Max. Temp. (º C)

Voltage

SDA3000DUT4D

SDA3000BOX

3000+

2 GHz

62 W

512 KB

90

1.6 V

SDC2800DUT3D

SDC2800BOX

2800+

2 GHz

62 W

256 KB

90

1.6 V

SDA2800DUT3D

SDA2800BOX

2800+

2 GHz

62 W

256 KB

90

1.6 V

SDA2600DUT3D

SDA2600BOX

2600+

1.833 GHz

62 W

256 KB

90

1.6 V

SDA2500DUT3D

SDA2500BOX

2500+

1.75 GHz

62 W

256 KB

90

1.6 V

SDC2400DUT3D

SDC2400BOX

2400+

1.667 GHz

62 W

256 KB

90

1.6 V

SDA2400DUT3D

SDA2400BOX

2400+

1.667 GHz

62 W

256 KB

90

1.6 V

SDA2300DUT3D

SDA2300BOX

2300+

1.583 GHz

62 W

256 KB

90

1.6 V

SDC2200DUT3D

SDC2200BOX

2200+

1.5 GHz

62 W

256 KB

90

1.6 V

SDA2200DUT3D

SDA2200BOX

2200+

1.5 GHz

62 W

256 KB

90

1.6 V

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