AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+

Just like the X2 3600+ but with 512KB L2-cache per core rather than 256KB per core.

The first versions of the X2 3800+ (with Manchester core) were aggressively competed by Intel with the Pentium D 830. Both CPU's were priced in the same ballpark and evenly matched in performance. Especially when the Pentium D 930 (with Presler core) came to marked the choice was even more difficult. Back in the day a lot of people eventually waited for Core 2 Duo to pop up in summer 2006.

Specifications

Core / Codename
Clockfrequency
2000MHz
Front Side Bus
HT2000
Multiplier
10x
vCore
1,25V
L1 cache
2x 64KB + 64KB
L2 cache
2x 512KB On-die fullspeed
sSpec
ADO3800IAA5CU
Chip date
0640
Stepping
F2
Socket
Transistor count
164M
Condition
CPU only
Engineering sample?
No

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