AMD Athlon 800

A proper 800MHz part; made in Q3 of the year 2000 and made for socket A. Athlons from early 2000 often use the much bigger slot A connector.

In it's day this 800MHz piece was a normal 'good performer'. Not the fastest part available, but by far not a budget part. Especially compared to the more expensive Pentium III; the socket A motherboards matured, got cheaper and along with an Athlon 'Thunderbird' the Athlon was clearly the better choice.

Specifications

Core / Codename
Clockfrequency
800MHz
Front Side Bus
100MHz (DDR200)
Multiplier
8x
vCore
1,75V
L1 cache
64KB + 64KB
L2 cache
256KB On-die fullspeed
sSpec
A0800AMT3C
Chip date
0037
Stepping
?
Socket
Transistor count
37M
Condition
CPU only
Engineering sample?
No

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