All objects with Thunderbird chip

A powerfull and popular creation by AMD which was launched on June 5, 2000. It saw daylight in slot A and socket A packages and it's final version ran up to 1400MHz.

The 'Thunderbird' surpassed the predecessor by implementing on-die full speed L2-cache, which is a lot faster than off-die half speed (or even one-third) L2-cache. Intel did the same trick with the Pentium III, which also gained a speedbump.

Besides implementing full-speed cache, AMD also used an exclusive cache design. This combines L1 and L2-cache, of which L1-cache is the fastest. The Athlon has a big L1-cache which is good for performance.
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Vendor
Name
Trans.
vCore
ES?
Date
Socket
sSpec
AMD
37M
1,7V
No
0029
Slot A
A0650MPR24B
AMD
37M
1,75V
No
0037
S462
A0800AMT3B
AMD
37M
1,75V
No
0029
S462
A0800AMT3B
AMD
37M
1,75V
No
0050
S462
A0850AMT3B
AMD
37M
1,75V
No
0029
Slot A
A0850MPR24B
AMD
37M
1,75V
No
0050
S462
A0900AMT3B
AMD
37M
1,75V
No
0031
S462
A0950AMT3B
AMD
37M
1,75V
No
0119
S462
A1000AMT3C
AMD
37M
1,75V
No
0111
S462
A1000AMT3B
AMD
37M
1,75V
No
0130
S462
A1100AMS3B
AMD
37M
1,75V
No
0138
S462
A1133AMS3C
AMD
37M
1,75V
No
0111
S462
A1200AMS3B
AMD
37M
1,75V
No
0146
S462
A1300AMS3B
AMD
37M
1,75V
No
0126
S462
A1333AMS3C
AMD
37M
1,75V
No
0131
S462
A1400AMS3C
AMD
37M
1,75V
No
0128
S462
A1400AMS3C