DTR Athlon 64-3200+ processors seen in retail
According to our colleagues from Japan, AMD´s DTR (Desktop replacement) Athlon 64-3200+ processors have been seen in retail recently. They differ from other 64-bit AMD products (on the photo below is DTR Athlon 64-3200+ compared to a usual Athlon 64-3200+) and are designed for powerful mobile workstations (like ECS DeskNote).
First, DTR Athlon 64-3200+ has smaller heatsink and the general appearance resembles Athlon XP but DTR Athlon 64-3200+ has 754 pins like ordinary Athlon 64 (DTR Athlon 64-3200+ is to the left on the photo).
Second, such processors have a slightly different model name, AMA3200BEX5AP. Similar to usual Athlon 64-3200+ CPUs, which names start with "ADA", I guess "AMA" exactly stands for the DTR class. The rest of description is "3200" — CPU rating (2GHz actual clock rate), "B" — 754 pins, "E" — 1.5V voltage, "X" — max. operating temperature of 95°C, "5" — 1MB L2 cache.
According to our Japanese source, these processors have lower energy per time unit value of 81.5W (vs. 89W of a usual Athlon 64-3200+ and 62W of Mobile Athlon 64).
Therefore, the price of DTR Athlon 64-3200+ in Japan is slightly higher than that of its desktop bro.
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