AMD Thuban core
AMD Thuban core was launched in April 2010 in Phenom II X6 1055T
and 1090T microprocessors. The core is built on K10
microarchitecture, and it packs 6 CPU cores on a single die.
Since its introduction Thuban core was used in all other members of
Phenom II X6 family. It was also utilized as a base of Zosma core,
that has two out six CPU cores locked.
New core features:
- Six CPU cores on a single die.
- Turbo Core technology. This feature can boost frequency of
active CPU cores, when three or more cores are idle.
Thuban-based Phenom II microprocessors can be identified by:
- Part number: OEM part numbers start with "HD" and end with
"6DGR". Box part numbers start with "HD" and end with "GRBOX".
Examples: HDT55TWFK6DGR, HDT90ZFBGRBOX
- CPU ID: CPU identification number of Thuban processors is 100FA0.
Please note that the same CPUID is returned by CPUs with Zosma core.
Below is a list of all Phenom II families, that utilize Thuban
| ||Phenom II X6|
|Manufacturing technology||0.045 micron|
|Core stepping(s)||E0, PH-E0|
|Frequency (MHz)||2600 - 3300|
|Fastest processor||Phenom II X6 1100T|
|Bus frequency||2000 MHz HT|
|L2 cache size||3072 KB|
|L3 cache size||6 MB|
|Thermal Design Power (Watt)||95 - 125|