|Introduction||January 2014 (announced)|
January 2016 (launched)
|Word Size||64 bit|
|Max Memory||128 GiB|
|Tjunction||0 °C – 80 °C|
|Dimension||27 mm × 27 mm × 2.46 mm|
Opteron A1120 is a 64-bit quad-core ARMv8 server microprocessor introduced by AMD in early 2016. This SoC is based on the Cortex-A57 microarchitecture and was fabricated on a GlobalFoundries 28 nm process. The A1120 has a TDP of 25 W with a core frequency of 1.7 GHz. It supports up to 128 GiB of dual channel DDR4-1866 memory.
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is a hardware component containing a relatively small and extremely fast memory designed to speed up the performance of a CPU
by preparing ahead of time the data it needs to read from a relatively slower medium such as main memory.
The organization and amount of cache can have a large impact on the performance, power consumption, die size, and consequently cost of the IC.
Cache is specified by its size, number of sets, associativity, block size, sub-block size, and fetch and write-back policies.
Note: All units are in kibibytes
|4 × 48 KiB||3-way set associative|| |
|4 × 32 KiB||2-way set associative|| |
| || ||2 × 1 MiB||16-way set associative|| |
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Integrated Memory Controller
|Max Type||DDR3-1600, DDR4-1866|
|Max Mem||128 GiB|
|Max Bandwidth||29.9 GB/s|
Single 14.9 GB/s
Double 29.9 GB/s
- "Product Brief: AMD Opteron™ A1100 SOC Series", PID 158465-B, 2016
- "Hot Chips 26: The AMD Opteron™ A1100 Processor Codenamed "Seattle"", August 11, 2014
- "Introducing the AMD Opteron™ A1100 for the Datacenter", January 2016