AMD Athlon Barton core
Identification of microprocessors with Barton core:
- By part number: part numbers start with one of the prefixes: "AMSN",
"AXDA", "AXLD", "AXM" or "SDA" and end with "4B", "4C", "4D" or "4E".
An example: AXMA2400FUT4C
- By CPU ID: First two digits of CPU identification number are "6A".
Please note that processors with Thorton core have the same CPUID
as the Barton core. The difference between these two cores is in the size
of L2 cache. Barton core has 512 KB L2 cache, while the Thorton core has 256 KB.
|Athlon Barton core features|
|Introduction||February 10, 2003|
|New features||Increased L2 cache size to 512 KB|
Increased bus speed to 400 MHz (200 MHz DDR)
|Other names||Model 10|