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Athlon XP-M
AMD Athlon XP-M logo.svg
Athlon XP-M logo
Developer AMD
Manufacturer AMD
Type Microprocessors
Introduction June 17, 2003 (announced)
June 17, 2003 (launch)
Architecture Performance mobile x86 chips
ISA x86
µarch K7, K8
Word size 32 bit
4 octets
8 nibbles
Process 130 nm
0.13 μm
1.3e-4 mm
Technology CMOS
Clock 1,000 MHz-2,200 MHz
Package CPGA-453
Socket Socket A
Succession
Athlon 4 Mobile Athlon 64

Athlon XP-M (sometimes Mobile Athlon XP) was a family of single-core 32-bit x86 mobile microprocessors designed by AMD for the performance mobile segment (i.e. a notch above Duron) as a successor to the Athlon 4 family. Mobile Athlon 4 processors were manufactured using AMD's 0.13-micron copper process technology in Fab 30 in Dresden, Germany. This family includes the last series of mobile processors based on AMD's K7 microarchitecture. Later a number of K8 processors were also added.

Overview[edit]

Introduced in June of 2003, AMD launched the Athlon XP-M mobile processors as a high-performance low-power chips for mainstream notebooks and desktop replacements. For the most part, models were designed for the standard Socket A. Ultra thin/light notebooks used a smaller PGA-563 package. Manufactured on a 130 nm process based on the K7 microarchitecture, all models have support for MMX, 3DNow!, and SSE advance x86 extensions as well as PowerNow!. With the introduction of the Dublin core and K8, AMD added additional support for SSE2 and No-eXecute bit.

Models[edit]

Thoroughbred Core[edit]

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Barton Core[edit]

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Dublin[edit]

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Facts about "Athlon XP-M - AMD"
designerAMD +
first announcedJune 17, 2003 +
first launchedJune 17, 2003 +
full page nameamd/athlon xp-m +
instance ofmicroprocessor family +
instruction set architecturex86 +
manufacturerAMD +
microarchitectureK7 + and K8 +
packageCPGA-453 +
process130 nm (0.13 μm, 1.3e-4 mm) +
socketSocket A +
technologyCMOS +
word size32 bit (4 octets, 8 nibbles) +