AMD Athlon 64 FX 51

Once this was the fastest CPU AMD had on the market. AMD released it on 23 September along with the first generation Athlon 64 CPU's. It was a bit faster than the Athlon 64 3200+ because it had 200MHz more and a dual-channel memory controller.

Technically this Athlon 64 FX is the same as an Opteron. They even share the same socket so I used my dual Opteron S940 motherboard to test this CPU.

Unfortunatly I have only one DDR266 CL2.5 DDR-SDRAM ECC Registered memory module so the benchmarks of the FX 51 are not optimal.

Specifications

Core / Codename
Clockfrequency
2200MHz
Front Side Bus
HT800
Multiplier
11x
vCore
1,5V
L1 cache
64KB + 64KB
L2 cache
1MB On-die fullspeed
sSpec
ADAFX51CEP5AK
Chip date
0344
Stepping
C0
Socket
Transistor count
105.9
Condition
CPU only
Engineering sample?
No

Benchmarks

CPU (chipset) Cinebench 2003 (Multi CPU rendering) score
CPU (chipset) CPU Free Bench score
CPU (chipset) CPUMark '99 score
CPU (chipset) Crystalmark ALU score
CPU (chipset) Crystalmark FPU score
CPU (chipset) dhry2ont (Dhrystone) score
CPU (chipset) Hexus PiFast! score
CPU (chipset) Lame 3.98.2 MP3 encoding (6:15 WAV) score
CPU (chipset) whetcont (Whetstone) score
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