CeBIT 2003: AMD announces 12 new mobile processors along with Athlon XP-M brand
Today AMD officially announced 12 new mobile processors along with AMD Athlon XP-M brand.
The company presented low-voltage (1.05-1.25V core voltage) Mobile AMD Athlon XP-M 1800+, 1700+, 1600+, 1500+ and 1400+, based on Thoroughbred core, featuring ~25W TDP, and Barton-based 1800+ in microPGA package mainly for ultra light notebooks.
For performance notebook market AMD announced Barton-based Athlon XP-M 2400+ and 2500+ with 512Kb L2 cache along with AMD Athlon XP-M 2600+, 2500+, 2400+, 2200+ and 2000+ in OPGA package with 256Kb L2 cache. AMD Athlon XP-M 2400+ and 2200+ are now available in both traditional mobile (~35W TDP), and desktop (<70W TDP) series.
All processors support 266MHz FSB, are made using 0.13-micron process technology at the fab in Dresden. These LV solutions feature the same Socket A structure, but combined with µPGA package. In over 1,000-unit quantities new low-voltage Mobile AMD Athlon XP-M cost from $71 to $147. Athlon XP-M for performance notebooks will cost within $87-246 range. A number of Japanese, European, and North American makers have already announced shipments of newly-powered notebooks.
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