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Duron 750
General Info
DesignerAMD
ManufacturerAMD
Model NumberDuron 750
Part NumberD750AUT1B,
D0750AUT1B
MarketDesktop
IntroductionSeptember 5, 2000 (announced)
September 5, 2000 (launched)
General Specs
FamilyDuron
SeriesDuron Desktop
LockedYes
Frequency750 MHz
Bus typeFSB
Bus speed100 MHz
Bus rate200 MT/s
Clock multiplier7.5
CPUID630
Microarchitecture
MicroarchitectureK7
Core NameSpitfire
Core Family6
Core Model3
Core Stepping0
Process180 nm
Transistors25,000,000
TechnologyCMOS
Die100 mm²
Word Size32 bit
Cores1
Threads1
Max CPUs1 (Uniprocessor)
Max Memory4 GiB
Electrical
Vcore1.6 V ± 0.1 V
TDP33.4 W
Tcase0 °C – 90 °C
Tstorage-40 °C – 100 °C

Duron 750 based on the Spitfire core was a 32-bit x86 microprocessor developed by AMD and introduced in 2000. This model was part of the first series of the Duron family. Designed based on AMD's K7 (a Thunderbird-derivative) on a 180 nm process, this MPU operated at 750 MHz with a bus capable of 200 MT/s with a typical TDP of 33.4 W.

Cache[edit]

Main article: K7 § Cache
Cache Info [Edit Values]
L1I$ 64 KiB
0.0625 MiB
65,536 B
6.103516e-5 GiB
1x64 KiB 2-way set associative
L1D$ 64 KiB
0.0625 MiB
65,536 B
6.103516e-5 GiB
1x64 KiB 2-way set associative
L2$ 64 KiB
0.0625 MiB
65,536 B
6.103516e-5 GiB
1x64 KiB 16-way set associative

Graphics[edit]

This SoC has no integrated graphics processing unit.

Features[edit]

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Supported x86 Extensions & Processor Features
MMXMMX Extension
EMMXExtended MMX Extension
3DNow!3DNow! Extension
E3DNow!Extended 3DNow! Extension
  • Halt State
  • Sleep State

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base frequency750 MHz (0.75 GHz, 750,000 kHz) +
bus rate200 MT/s (0.2 GT/s, 200,000 kT/s) +
bus speed100 MHz (0.1 GHz, 100,000 kHz) +
bus typeFSB +
clock multiplier7.5 +
core count1 +
core family6 +
core model3 +
core nameSpitfire +
core stepping0 +
core voltage1.6 V (16 dV, 160 cV, 1,600 mV) +
core voltage tolerance0.1 V +
cpuid630 +
designerAMD +
die area100 mm² (0.155 in², 1 cm², 100,000,000 µm²) +
familyDuron +
first announcedSeptember 5, 2000 +
first launchedSeptember 5, 2000 +
full page nameamd/duron/d750aut1b +
has featureHalt State + and Sleep State +
has locked clock multipliertrue +
instance ofmicroprocessor +
l1d$ description2-way set associative +
l1d$ size0.0625 MiB (64 KiB, 65,536 B, 6.103516e-5 GiB) +
l1i$ description2-way set associative +
l1i$ size0.0625 MiB (64 KiB, 65,536 B, 6.103516e-5 GiB) +
l2$ description16-way set associative +
l2$ size0.0625 MiB (64 KiB, 65,536 B, 6.103516e-5 GiB) +
ldateSeptember 5, 2000 +
manufacturerAMD +
market segmentDesktop +
max case temperature363.15 K (90 °C, 194 °F, 653.67 °R) +
max cpu count1 +
max memory4,096 MiB (4,194,304 KiB, 4,294,967,296 B, 4 GiB, 0.00391 TiB) +
max storage temperature373.15 K (100 °C, 212 °F, 671.67 °R) +
microarchitectureK7 +
min case temperature273.15 K (0 °C, 32 °F, 491.67 °R) +
min storage temperature233.15 K (-40 °C, -40 °F, 419.67 °R) +
model numberDuron 750 +
nameDuron 750 +
part numberD750AUT1B + and D0750AUT1B +
process180 nm (0.18 μm, 1.8e-4 mm) +
seriesDuron Desktop +
tdp33.4 W (33,400 mW, 0.0448 hp, 0.0334 kW) +
technologyCMOS +
thread count1 +
transistor count25,000,000 +
word size32 bit (4 octets, 8 nibbles) +