AMD Champlain core
Champlain is a core name of all mobile microprocessors from Danube platform. The core and the platform were introduced in May 2010, when AMD launched several new mobile families, from single-core V Series, and up to quad-core Phenom II Quad-Core mobile. The Champlain is based on K10 microarchitecture, and, depending on the CPU family, is implemented as two different dies. V Series, Athlon II, Turion II and dual-core Phenom II have smaller die with two CPU cores and 1 MB L2 cache per core. Certain die features, like one CPU core and/or 512 KB L2 cache, are disabled for V Series and Athlon II families. Triple- and quad-core Phenom IIs have about 50% larger die with 4 CPU cores and 512 KB L2 cache per core.
New core features:
Processors with Champlain core can be identified by:
A list of all AMD families with Champlain-based CPUs is provided in the table below.
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