All objects with Palomino chip

Palomino is the third-generation Athlon. It was launched on October 9, 2001 as AMD Athlon XP. With the launch, AMD introduced a PR system (Performance Rating) like Cyrix used for their Pentium-equivelant named 6x86. An Athlon XP 1500+ running at 1333GHz should be as fast as an old Athlon 'Thunderbird' running at 1500MHz. The 'Palomino' is roughly 10% faster than the 'Thunderbird' and uses about 20% less power. The 10% extra performance did not show in every test, however.

Palomino is also the first socketed Athlon to officially support dual processing (SMP) and SMP-capable CPU's were launched as Athlon MP. It didn't took much time for people to find out how to run the Athlon XP in dual processor setups.

Because Palomino used less power, AMD also used it for their Mobile Athlon (codename Corvette) with usually ran at lower clock frequencies and voltages. The mobile versions also came with AMD PowerNow! to reduce the clock frequency in idle situations.
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Vendor
Name
Trans.
vCore
ES?
Date
Socket
sSpec
AMD
37,5M
1,4V
No
0108
S462
AHM0950AVS3B
AMD
37,5M
1,4V
No
0108
S462
AHM0950AVS3B
AMD
37,5M
1,4V
No
0126
S462
AHM1000AVS3B
AMD
37,5M
1,55V
No
0225
S462
AHM1200AHQ3B
AMD
37,5M
1,55V
No
0151
S462
AHX1200DHS3C
AMD
25.2M
1,5V
No
0210
S462
AHM1500ALQ3B
AMD
37,5M
1,75V
No
0146
S462
AX1500DMT3C
AMD
37,5M
1,75V
No
0208
S462
AX1600DMT3C
AMD
25.2M
1,5V
No
0212
S462
AHM1600AQQ3B
AMD
37,5M
1,75V
No
0220
S462
AX1700DMT3C
AMD
37,5M
1,75V
No
0205
S462
AX1700DMT3C
AMD
37,5M
1,75V
No
0223
S462
AX1800DMT3C
AMD
37,5M
1,75V
No
0203
S462
AX1900DMT3C
AMD
37,5M
1,75V
No
0219
S462
AX2000DMT3C
AMD
37,5M
1,75V
No
0217
S462
AX2000DMT3C
AMD
37,5M
1,75V
No
0231
S462
AX2100DMT3C