All objects with Spitfire chip

Released on 19 June, 2000 as budget CPU. It is based on the AMD Athlon 'Thunderbird' but has less L2-cache and a slower front-side-bus. Because the Duron had a big L1-cache (128KB, just like the Athlon) it still performed very good. AMD compared these features to Intel's Celeron on their product page to emphasize that the AMD Duron was the better product (and despite the propaganda, the Duron clearly was the better product of the two). The 'Spitfire' was only available in the then new ceramic S462 package.

Spitfire is the first generation and is succeeded by the Duron 'Morgan'.
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Vendor
Name
Trans.
vCore
ES?
Date
Socket
sSpec
AMD
25M
N/A
No
0000
S462
26822
AMD
25M
1,6V
No
0032
S462
D600AUT1B
AMD
25M
1,5V
No
0023
S462
D650AST1B
AMD
25M
1,6V
No
0048
S462
D700AUT1B
AMD
25M
1,65V
No
0043
S462
D750AUT1B
AMD
25M
1,65V
No
0103
S462
D800AUT1B
AMD
25.2M
1,2V
No
0122
S462
DHM0850ALS1B
AMD
25M
1,65V
No
0101
S462
D850AUT1B
AMD
25.2M
1.4V
No
0118
S462
DHM0850AVS1B
AMD
25M
1,65V
No
0136
S462
D900AUT1B
AMD
25M
1,65V
No
0120
S462
D950AUT1B
AMD
25.2M
1,2V
No
0148
S462
DHM0950ALS1B