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AMD Athlon XP 2000+ specifications

General information
TypeCPU / Microprocessor
Market segmentDesktop
FamilyAMD Athlon XP
Model number  ? 2000+
CPU part numberAX2000DMT3C is an OEM/tray microprocessor
Stepping codesAGOGA   AGOIA   AGTIA   AROIA
Frequency  ? 2000+ (rated)
1667 MHz (real)
Bus speed  ? 266 MHz
Clock multiplier  ? 12.5
Package453-pin organic PGA
1.95" x 1.95" (4.95 cm x 4.95 cm)
AMD Package number27111
SocketSocket A (Socket 462)
Introduction date7-Jan-02
Price at introduction$339
 
Architecture / Microarchitecture
MicroarchitectureK7
Processor core  ? Palomino (Model 6)
Manufacturing process0.18 micron copper process
Die size129.26mm2 (total)
105.72mm2 (without L2 cache)
Data width32 bit
The number of cores1
The number of threads1
Floating Point UnitIntegrated
Level 1 cache size  ? 64 KB code
64 KB data
Level 2 cache size  ? Full-speed on-die 256 KB
MultiprocessingUniprocessor
Features
  • MMX instructions
  • Extensions to MMX
  • 3DNow! technology
  • Extensions to 3DNow!
  • SSE / Streaming SIMD Extensions
Low power features
  • Halt state
  • Stop Grant states
  • Sleep state  ? 
  • Probe state
 
Integrated peripherals / components
Integrated graphicsNone
 
Electrical / Thermal parameters
V core  ? 1.75V
Minimum/Maximum operating temperature  ? 0°C - 90°C
Minimum/Typical/Maximum power dissipation2 Watt (Stop Grant mode) / 62.5 Watt / 70 Watt
 
Notes on AMD Athlon XP 2000+
  • Actual bus frequency is 133 MHz. Because the processor uses Double Data Rate bus the effective bus speed is 266 MHz.

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Q: I have an AMD Athlon XP 2000+ processor. Is it possible to upgrade it?
A: Probably yes. CPU compatibility is determined by your motherboard. Please check CPU-Upgrade.com website for CPU support list for your board.

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Manufacturer:AMD
CPU Family:Athlon MP / Athlon XP / Mobile Athlon 4 / Mobile Duron
Model Number:AX2000DMT3C
Frequency:1256 MHz
Part number:
AX2000DMT3C
Stepping Code:AGOIA0215SPLW
Comment:
Submitted by:
General information
Vendor:AuthenticAMD
Processor name (BIOS):AMD Athlon(tm)
Cores:1
Processor type:Original OEM Processor
Core stepping:A5
CPUID signature:662
Family: 6 (06h)
Model: 6 (06h)
Stepping: 2 (02h)

Cache: L1 data L1 instruction L2
Size: 64 KB 64 KB 256 KB
Associativity: 2-way set
associative
2-way set
associative
16-way set
associative
Line size: 64 bytes 64 bytes 64 bytes
Lines per tag: 1 1 1
 
Instruction set extensionsAdditional instructions
MMX CMOV
AMD extensions to MMX CMPXCHG8B
3DNow! FXSAVE/FXRSTORE
Extensions to 3DNow! SYSCALL/SYSRET
SSE SYSENTER/SYSEXIT
 
Major featuresOther features
On-chip Floating Point Unit 36-bit page-size extensions
  Debugging extensions
  Machine check architecture
  Machine check exception
  Memory-type range registers
  Model-specific registers
  Page attribute table
  Page global extension
  Page-size extensions (4MB pages)
  Physical address extensions
  Temperature sensor
  Time stamp counter
  Virtual 8086-mode enhancements

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Pictures (12)

AMD Athlon XP 2000+ - AX2000DMT3C

AMD Athlon XP 2000+ - AX2000DMT3C
 
2007-07-22 18:52:17
Posted by: sef.meep.cz

 
 
AMD Athlon XP 2000+ stepping AROIA
2009-03-13 09:34:17
Posted by: Xhoba

Greetings,

Here is another picture of a CPU bought in France.

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AMD Athlon XP 2000+ stepping AROIA
AMD Athlon XP 2000+ stepping AROGA
2009-07-16 18:40:45
Posted by: iVANmango

 
AMD Athlon XP 2000+ stepping AROGA
XP 2000+
2010-02-04 19:14:23
Posted by: Blechfan

 
XP 2000+
AMD Athlon XP 2000+ AX2000DMT3C
2013-06-14 12:21:47
Posted by: hOLLi

AGOGA 0150TPLW
AMD Athlon XP 2000+ AX2000DMT3C
 
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Comments (24)

You're welcome to post suggestions, corrections, your own personal AMD Athlon XP 2000+ review, or your experience with the microprocessor. Please do not ask upgrade and troubleshooting questions, and do not start discussions.

Blues

2006-08-19 11:46:04
Posted by: Grim

Well, I had this chip, and I had a very wierd.. and disheartening experience with it;...

AT first.. I made a mistake, I used an multiplier of 7.5 x 133 thinking that I would effectively be acheiving 7.5 x 266 = 2000MHZ.
I was wrong, its actually 133x12.5. I'm wondering if thats what damaged it.. but the ABR kicked in ..so I dont know.
Then I used the correct settings, the ABR still kicked in, VERY wierd, I disabled the ABR.. and I smelt like the chip burned.
This is very strange and dissapointing for me. I never got to use this chip.

 

2006-08-23 19:12:03
Posted by: Zork

I've had a atholon 2000 xp since launch. it has proven itself as a reliable workhorse for years and with only minor upgrades in ram, and a mother board with a serial ata, and a ati 9700pro I can still run the latest and greatest. A solid and reliable Processor if you know what you doing.

awesome.

2006-09-25 01:43:04
Posted by: Ben-j

i've had this processor since it was out and preinstalled in a desktop. i've never been let down by this chip unless i'm playing The Sims, but it seems all computers have a problem running The Sims. Anyway, this is one heck of a processor. the only problem is, i've never tried to OC it so i don't know how well it will work once i OC it. probably very well, if the new fan cools it correctly.

I lowe it.

2006-12-10 19:34:48
Posted by: Usins

I still have Athlon 2000XP
It is wery powerfool CPU... i still can ply latest games, like a NFS Carbon, NFS MW and more.

help running at 1250MHZ

2006-12-11 02:17:19
Posted by: Trickster

hiya guys:) you seem to have good experience with the amd athlon xp 2000+ processor. well i got one to and it runs ok only problem i got i cant get it to run at 1667MHZ i got a new msi moo that supports athlon duron sempron etc. 512m ddr fs set at 133 cpu ratio at 12,5
ut it still won,t run at 1667MHZ. anybody got an idea what im doin wrong? plz help me! :desperate athlon 2000 lover haha:)

Response: It seems that you're ruinning your processor at 100 MHz FSB. Try to set FSB manually in BIOS to 133, or update your BIOS.

Setting to 2000mz

2006-12-15 09:53:18
Posted by: BigBrit

On the motherboard there will be a jumper that sets the "FSB" to 200/266/333.
This CPU should be set at "266"
It will show as 2000mz at bootup.

installing

2006-12-29 08:23:36
Posted by: Loui D

I tried to intall this chiop ito a KinetiZ 7E (apollo KT133A) motherboard. I first set the core voltage and multiplier to auto and it did not want to know about it it didnt even do any beeps. I set the Multiplier to 12.5x core V to 1.75 manually(jumpers) and the overclocker to 133 and it seems to work OK!

heat troubles

2007-01-22 17:59:57
Posted by: adam

my 2000+ seems to be running at 66 degrees C whilst idle and 72 degrees under full load is this ok?

Response: It seems very high. Many systems crash at 72 degrees. Please post the question in the forum.

AMD Athlon XP 2000+ - AX2000DMT3C (Fried?)

2007-01-25 17:06:56
Posted by: Brandon K.

I have a AMD Athlon XP 2000+. I recently broke my fan. i have not turned it it since. yesterday i got a new fan and now it wont load windows. the processor looks darker around the microprocessor. Does this mean my CPU is done?

AMD Athlon XP 2000+ - AX2000DMT3C (Fried?)

Response: From the picture it looks like your CPU is dead.

soyo sy-k7vta pro

2007-02-17 22:26:09
Posted by: Fedes./*

I have a motherboard soyo sy-k7vta with a bus of 133 and a multiplier that it arrives up to 12.5, he/she wanted to know if I can put him an Athlon xp 2000?

Response: Yes, you can do that. The fastest supported CPU for your board is Athlon XP 2100+

Stepping for this CPU

2007-03-02 18:15:59
Posted by: Monk

I have one of these.

Stepping I have:

AROIA

AROIA0229TPMW is the full line.

AthXP 2000+

2007-03-25 14:34:23
Posted by: Jimmy

I'm goin' to get one tommorow, can't wait to overclock:-))))

Thinking...

2007-03-28 10:21:18
Posted by: JP

Hi! I have a MS-6378 and I'm thinking of buying this processor. Is this a good idea? I mean this board supports it?

Response: If PCB version of your board is 2 or 3 then this CPU is supported: http://www.cpu-upgrade.com/mb-MSI/MS-6378.html

Highest Athlon XP for ECS?

2007-05-25 09:15:32
Posted by: Sandi

Hi, I recently fried this exact CPU (AX2000DMT3C, stepping AGOIA) in my ECS K7S5A. I believe the fan was failing and I didn't catch it, so the CPU burned up. Before I replace it, I was wondering how high I can go in the ECS K7S5A. Is Athlon XP 2000 the best I can do?

Response: It depends on the PCB version of your board: http://www.cpu-upgrade.com/cgi-bin/SearchSite.pl?SEARCH=K7S5A&PROCESS=Search

HI I HAVE HTE SAME PROCESSOR

2008-03-09 11:52:10
Posted by: JOHN

I HAVE THE SAME PROCESSOR BUT WHERE THE 27111 IS ON THE OTHER SIDE IT SAY'S G3
IF ANY WOULD LIKE TO BUT IT U CAN GET A HOLD OF ME AT TECHSUPPORT@SKULLZPC.COM

Response: Can you post a picture of it?

XP1800+ to XP2000+

2008-05-25 13:44:27
Posted by: So6

I just change my XP1800+ "AX1800DMT3C" for this 2000+ "AX2000DMT3C" in my ECS K7S5A.
Not a big performances gain but it heats up more, a changement of an XP1800+ to an XP2000+ should be efficient only for a gaming use and anyway what's represent an XP2000+ for a gamer today !!?
In conclusion, a very good CPU at his time.

 

2008-06-27 19:05:49
Posted by: Don Diddy

This chip is still compareable to some of todays single core. I have a AX2000DMT3C running from 1.800-1.820ghz over clocked with soltek onboard red storm, more relieable than a celeron/P4 equivelant

 

2009-04-02 11:00:28
Posted by: sanz

According to other prossers it is bad one i cant play gta san andreas in it i have 2gb ram and a 256 graphics card

over clock (tested)

2010-01-18 17:06:07
Posted by: Serveur

I have ruining it On Paris (France) all of the night [converting large video with super(c)]
at there speeds without any problem with this parameters :

167*11.5 1,850v [1921Mhz]
- max CPU temp was 36C
-max chipset temp was 18C
-Hard drive temp was 4C (_)
-Computer "in"box temp -2C (^-^)

but he was ruining outdoor with -8C temp :D
if you have any problem/question you can send me mail at :

serveur--halo@hotmail.fr

Ps: I am a noob in English and sory for all fault (-_-).

Got one off eBay for $11 to replace my Pavilion 7935's 1.30 GHz TBird CPU

2010-04-03 10:32:26
Posted by: Paul Doyle

I've got an ancient 2002-vintage HP Pavilion 7935 (P5267A-ABA) PC with an Athlon Thunderbird 1.30 GHz, 200 MHz FSB. Running 1 GB PC133 RAM at 100 MHz (yuck!). VIA KM133a chipset.

I bought one of these off eBay for $11 USD, can't wait to install it & check it out. The clock on my system board goes to 1.667, and it maxes at 12.5x multiplier. There's a 100/133MHz FSB jumper on the motherboard. HP website says this system will work with the 2000+ Palomino. Best of all, no BIOS flash/update required. Will post results.

Success! Replaced 1.3 GHz Athlon TBird with XP 2000+ in HP Pavilion 7935

2010-04-17 10:27:32
Posted by: Paul Doyle

(Update from my previous post on 2010-04-03)

100% success. I replaced the 1.3 GHz Athlon TBird in my HP Pavilion 7935 PC with the AMD Athlon XP 2000+.

Original 512MB memory is PC133, but it was hobbled by the 100 MHz FSB bus speed for the 1.3 GHz Athlon. I set the board FSB jumper from 100 MHz to 133, installed the XP 2000+, and everything flies. It's like a much newer, far more capable PC, 7 speed grades above the previous CPU.

Jan. 2002-vintage BIOS correctly identifies the CPU, and it's running at 1.67 GHz. (12.5x multiplier). Everything runs between 50% to 190% faster. Runs no hotter than the TBird, between 44 - 49C.

Geekbench scores, before and after:

Athlon Thunderbird 1.3 GHz: 732

Athlon XP Palomino 2000+: 1205

Upgrade Success! Pavilion 7935 Now Running Athlon XP 2000+ at Full Speed

2010-04-17 16:56:34
Posted by: Paul Doyle

Removed the dog-slow Athlon Thunderbird 1.30 GHz, and installed the XP 2000+. BIOS correctly recognized it, running at 1.67 GHz, FSB is 133 MHz, 512 MB PC133 memory is running at 133 MHz (was running at 100 MHz, cuz the TBird has a 100 MHz FSB speed).

Everything is around 50% - 180% faster.

Geekbench score with the Athlon TBird: 732

With the XP 2000+ - 1205

Runs around 44C idle, 49C under full load.

Unqualified upgrade success.

AMD Athlon XP 2000+

2010-06-01 12:26:25
Posted by: HM

I have this chip in my HP pavilion 522C. It's a wonderful chip, I've upgraded the RAM to 1Gig, (that's all I can go up to). I have 2 HDs, one is a 60Gb, the other a 40Gb. A friend gave me the FX5200 Nvidia Video card. Popped it in and the system really purrs now, through games and the internet. Got the system in 2002 and now in 2010 still running like a charm.

UpGraded with this chip: Wow!

2010-10-11 19:29:07
Posted by: Cliff "Spokane PC Nut" Van Ness

I found this CPU just laying around in my parts pile and decided to pop it in a very old PC my kids were using... I also added 512Mb PC-133 of RAM for a total of 1Gb and holy cow! That little system of theirs is wonderful. It's as fast as my HTPC in the living room running a 1.66Ghz Atom with 2Gb RAM and SATA drives. It loads XP Pro in 29 seconds vs. 37 seconds for the HTPC. All they do is email and Facebook and a little light gaming. Granted the HTPC loads a little more in the way of drivers, but all in all- Wow! It's quick, cool and stable. I would not part with this baby for all the tea in India!

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