AMD Athlon XP-M microprocessor family

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Mobile Athlon 4
  • » K7 microarchitecture
  • » 0.18 micron
  • » Mobile CPU
  • » Up to 1.4 GHz
  • » 200 MHz FSB
  • » 256 KB L2 cache
  • » 32-bit
  • » SSE instructions
Socket A (462)
Athlon XP-M
  • » K7 microarchitecture
  • » 0.13 micron
  • » Mobile CPU
  • » Up to 2.2 GHz
  • » Up to 266 MHz FSB
  • » Up to 512 KB L2 cache
  • » 32-bit
  • » SSE instructions
Socket A (462)
Socket 563
Mobile Duron
  • » Budget mobile CPU
  • » Up to 1.3 GHz
  • » 200 MHz FSB
  • » 64 KB L2 cache
Geode NX
  • » Embedded CPU
  • » Up to 1.8 GHz
  • » 256 KB L2 cache
Athlon XP
  • » Desktop CPU
  • » Up to 400 MHz FSB
Mobile K8 Athlon XP-M
  • » K8 microarchitecture
  • » Mobile CPU
  • » Single core
  • » 1.6 GHz
  • » Up to 256 KB L2 cache
  • » 32-bit
  • » SSE, SSE2
Socket 754
AMD Athlon XP-M processor family is the last generation of mobile microprocessors based on K7 microarchitecture. All microprocessors from this family have the following features:
  • 0.13 micron manufacturing technology
  • 128 KB level 1 cache and 256 KB or larger level 2 cache.
  • Data prefetch mechanism.
  • Double-data rate Front-Side Bus, which allows the CPU to transfer twice as much data while running at the same 100 MHz or 133 MHz frequency as older generations of AMD K6 or Intel Pentium III/Celeron microprocessors.
  • Support for MMX, 3DNow! and SSE instructions.

All Athlon XP-M CPUs are based on two different cores - Thoroughbred and Barton. The difference between them is in the size of level 2 cache - Thoroughbred processors have 256 KB L2 cache, and Barton processors have 512 KB L2 cache.

With the exception of desktop replacement microprocessors, which can be easily identified by AXMA* prefix in the part number, all Athlon XP-M processors have lower power consumption than desktop XP CPUs due to lower core voltage and PowerNow! feature. Many Athlon XP-Ms were manufactured in the same 453-pin PGA package as desktop processors, and could physically fit (but necessarily work in) desktop motherboards. Athlon XP-M CPUs for thin and light notebooks were produced in smaller 563-pin package.

Like desktop Athlon XP microprocessors, all Athlon XP-M parts are marked with rated speed. Please see AMD Athlon XP identification page for relationship between rated speed and actual speed of AMD Athlon XP-M CPUs.

Use the filter below to display microprocessors that have specific feature(s) incorporated:

Production microprocessors

AMD Mobile Athlon XP-M 1500+ - AXMD1500FQQ3B
1500 MHz (rated), 1300 MHz (real)
256 KB L2 cache
200 MHz bus speed
Staggered organic PGA (Socket A/Socket 462)
AMD Mobile Athlon XP-M 1500+ - AXMS1500FWS3B
1500 MHz (rated), 1300 MHz (real)
256 KB L2 cache
200 MHz bus speed
Staggered organic PGA (Socket A/Socket 462)
AMD Mobile Athlon XP-M 1600+ - AXMS1600FWS3B
1600 MHz (rated), 1400 MHz (real)
256 KB L2 cache
200 MHz bus speed
Staggered organic PGA (Socket A/Socket 462)
AMD Mobile Athlon XP-M 1600+ - AXMS1600GXS3C
1600 MHz (rated), 1600 MHz (real)
256 KB L2 cache
266 MHz bus speed
563-pin microPGA
AMD Mobile Athlon XP-M 1700+ - AXMD1700FQQ3C
1700 MHz (rated), 1467 MHz (real)
256 KB L2 cache
266 MHz bus speed
Staggered organic PGA (Socket A/Socket 462)
AMD Mobile Athlon XP-M 1800+ - AXMH1800FHQ3C
1800 MHz (rated), 1533 MHz (real)
256 KB L2 cache
266 MHz bus speed
Staggered organic PGA (Socket A/Socket 462)
AMD Mobile Athlon XP-M 2000+ - AXMH2000FQQ3C
2000 MHz (rated), 1667 MHz (real)
256 KB L2 cache
266 MHz bus speed
Staggered organic PGA (Socket A/Socket 462)
AMD Mobile Athlon XP-M 2000+ - AXMS2000GXS4C
2000 MHz (rated), 1533 MHz (real)
512 KB L2 cache
266 MHz bus speed
563-pin microPGA
AMD Mobile Athlon XP-M 2200+ - AXMT2200GWS4C
2200 MHz (rated), 1667 MHz (real)
512 KB L2 cache
266 MHz bus speed
563-pin microPGA
AMD Mobile Athlon XP-M 2400+ - AXMH2400FQQ4C
2400 MHz (rated), 1800 MHz (real)
512 KB L2 cache
266 MHz bus speed
Staggered organic PGA (Socket A/Socket 462)

Engineering / Qualification / Other samples

AXML0950GTS3B is the slowest known Athlon XP-M microprocessor. Although all production Athlon XP-Ms included processor rating in the part number, this engineering sample includes actual processor frequency, "0950", that is 950 MHz. BIOS identifies this processor as "Athlon XP-M 1100+".
AXML1000GTS3B is an Athlon XP-M 1 GHz CPU with 256 KB level 2 cache and 266 MHz FSB. Like all first Athlon XP-Ms, the AXML1000GTS3B is based on Palomino core. In many aspects this processor is identical to AXML1200GTS3B. The main difference between them is that the AXML1000GTS3B uses actual CPU frequency in the part number, while the AXML1200GTS3B uses the rating (1200+). We believe that only engineering samples have been marked with this part number.
Comments

Are there any MP's with 333 FSB?

2008-03-14 22:21:36
Posted by: Richard

In the side bar under 'At a glance' two bus speeds are listed for the MP CPUs: 266 and 333. I don't see any listed with a 333 MHz FSB and if I'm not mistaken, the model number would end in a 'D' if it was. Are there any MPs with a 333 FSB, or is the info in the side bar incorrect?

Response: "At a glance" information was incorrect. This is fixed now. Thank you!

"Rated is not frequency"

2008-03-26 01:43:03
Posted by: Michał Pomorski

Please dont use the PR-rating as the operating frequency (in 'at a glance' and in the main description of the processors).
The PR-rating is nothing more then a model name reflecting performance compared to other models of the same kind. AMD never 'rated' frequencies of their processors other than the actual frequency they work on. They rate PERFORMANCE, not FREQUENCY.

Response: I'll change the page and put actual frequencies there.
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Type:
32-bit microprocessor
Technology (micron):
0.13
Frequency (GHz):
1 - 2.2
L2 cache size (KB):
256, 512
TDP (Watt):
27
Sockets:
Socket 462
Socket 563