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April 15, 2004 1:08:11 AM

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Is there a chart which shows approximately when the different
models of Duron and Athlon processors were released?

I can't find anything like this on the AMD site.

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April 15, 2004 1:08:12 AM

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Dave wrote:

> Is there a chart which shows approximately when the different
> models of Duron and Athlon processors were released?
>
> I can't find anything like this on the AMD site.

This includes others (Intel, Via, etc) but it should do:
http://www.tom.womack.net/x86FAQ/faq_time.html

--
eel Tech
http://someguy456.computed.net/
Anonymous
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April 15, 2004 1:18:11 AM

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Dave wrote:
> Is there a chart which shows approximately when the different
> models of Duron and Athlon processors were released?
>
> I can't find anything like this on the AMD site.

Umm yeah its on the site under the specific CPU.
under Product information, on the left there is "Processor Roadmap"

http://www.amd.com/us-en/Processors/ProductInformation/...
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April 15, 2004 1:18:12 AM

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"Yoyoma_2" <Yoyoma_2@[at-]Hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> Dave wrote:
> > Is there a chart which shows approximately when the different
> > models of Duron and Athlon processors were released?
> >
> > I can't find anything like this on the AMD site.
>
> Umm yeah its on the site under the specific CPU.
> under Product information, on the left there is "Processor Roadmap"
>
>
http://www.amd.com/us-en/Processors/ProductInformation/...


I have an amd 386-40

didn;t see it on that chart <g>
Anonymous
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April 15, 2004 3:12:52 AM

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"Robert Bindler" <someguy456@phreaker.net> wrote in message
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> Dave wrote:
>
> > Is there a chart which shows approximately when the different
> > models of Duron and Athlon processors were released?
> >
> > I can't find anything like this on the AMD site.
>
> This includes others (Intel, Via, etc) but it should do:
> http://www.tom.womack.net/x86FAQ/faq_time.html



Very interesting chart, when you look at bus speeds
computers are little faster today than they were 10 years
ago.
I always wondered by my Sinclair Z80 (colour) seems
as good as a modern computer.
I wonder how much a Z80 cpu is these days, last I
heard was a £1 but they may have a rareity value now.
>
> --
> eel Tech
> http://someguy456.computed.net/
Anonymous
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April 15, 2004 3:28:19 AM

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"Robert Bindler" <someguy456@phreaker.net> wrote in message
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> Dave wrote:
>
> > Is there a chart which shows approximately when the different
> > models of Duron and Athlon processors were released?
> >
> > I can't find anything like this on the AMD site.
>
> This includes others (Intel, Via, etc) but it should do:
> http://www.tom.womack.net/x86FAQ/faq_time.html
>

Very interesting chart, when you look at bus speeds
computers are little faster today than they were 10 years
ago.
I always wondered by my Sinclair Z80 (colour) seems
as good as a modern computer.
I wonder how much a Z80 cpu is these days, last I
heard was a £1 but they may have a rareity value now.

MEssage reposted due to absense.
>

> --
> eel Tech
> http://someguy456.computed.net/
April 15, 2004 4:38:05 AM

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Robert Bindler <someguy456@phreaker.net> wrote:

>> Is there a chart which shows approximately when the different
>> models of Duron and Athlon processors were released?
>>
>> I can't find anything like this on the AMD site.
>
> This includes others (Intel, Via, etc) but it should do:
> http://www.tom.womack.net/x86FAQ/faq_time.html

I dug around a bit and came across this useful web site
http://www.sandpile.org/impl/k7.htm
I copied the data listed there to an Excel spreadsheet so I can
sort by date or by processor speed or by processor family. I
reowrked it a l otto make it more readable. Here it is:

http://194.168.54.52/access.public/AMD_cpu.zip (7 KB)

Can anyone spot any inaccuracies or changes which they feel I
should make.

I am not trying to duplicate an AMD spec sheet.
http://tinyurl.com/7a2s (6 MB)

In fact, as a relative newbie to AMD processor families, all I am
trying to do is to understand all these Palominos and Thunderbirds
and all that, especially as the ranges overlapped in speed.

What I would really like to add to that chart is typical or max
power usage for each processor but I have worn myself out!

Any offers? :-)
April 15, 2004 6:14:48 AM

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"philo" <philo@privacy.net> wrote:

>
> I have an amd 386-40
>
> didn;t see it on that chart <g>
>


This isn't written by you is it?

http://makeashorterlink.com/?C17115708
April 15, 2004 6:51:11 AM

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"||| - -\/- |||||||" <wayto@go> wrote in message
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> "philo" <philo@privacy.net> wrote:
>
> >
> > I have an amd 386-40
> >
> > didn;t see it on that chart <g>
> >
>
>
> This isn't written by you is it?
>
> http://makeashorterlink.com/?C17115708


no...
i am rather a computer newbie...(started with a p1 in late 1999)

the 386-40 is a rather newer addition to my antique software collection.
it has 16 megs of ram and runs win95 quite well.
believe it or not...by pulling a few tricks...i put it on a 40meg harddrive!

btw: most of my machines are AMD based
not knocking Intel at all...simply use AMD because they work quite well
and cost less.

btw: one comment i always get about AMD is that they run hotter than
Intel...
that's true but of course it does not mean there's anything bad about it...

i;ve had a couple of cpu cooling fans go during the past few years...
and though the cpu got too hot too touch...did not fail!

philo
April 15, 2004 12:24:21 PM

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On Wed, 14 Apr 2004 23:32:17 +0100, "half_pint"
<esboella.nospam@yahoo.com> wrote:

>
>"Robert Bindler" <someguy456@phreaker.net> wrote in message
>news:c5kb97$2okh3$1@ID-160764.news.uni-berlin.de...
>> Dave wrote:
>>
>> > Is there a chart which shows approximately when the different
>> > models of Duron and Athlon processors were released?
>> >
>> > I can't find anything like this on the AMD site.
>>
>> This includes others (Intel, Via, etc) but it should do:
>> http://www.tom.womack.net/x86FAQ/faq_time.html
>>
>
>
>Very interesting chart, when you look at bus speeds
>computers are little faster today than they were 10 years
>ago.
>I always wondered by my Sinclair Z80 (colour) seems
>as good as a modern computer.

Of course the average gif banner on a web page is considerably larger
than the memory a Z80 can address (without paging hardware).

>I wonder how much a Z80 cpu is these days, last I
>heard was a £1 but they may have a rareity value now.

Z80s are comming back in afor microcontroller use. You can get
practically a whole system for a couple of quid. its a Z80 based CPU
with DACs memory, the whole works on a single chip.

One thing about the Z80 was that is was a doddle to write good code
for it.
Anonymous
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April 15, 2004 8:56:51 PM

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Bagpuss wrote:
> Z80s are comming back in afor microcontroller use. You can get
> practically a whole system for a couple of quid. its a Z80 based CPU
> with DACs memory, the whole works on a single chip.
>
> One thing about the Z80 was that is was a doddle to write good code
> for it.

YEah but when it comes to microcontrollers, no one can beat the adoption
of the M68HC11 controller boards. Their everywhere and full of
features. The new ones have built-in ethernet.

Honeywell makes good ones too, from what I hear.
April 16, 2004 4:44:23 PM

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On Thu, 15 Apr 2004 00:38:05 +0100, Dave <not@btopenworld.com> wrote:

>Robert Bindler <someguy456@phreaker.net> wrote:
>
>>> Is there a chart which shows approximately when the different
>>> models of Duron and Athlon processors were released?
>>>
>>> I can't find anything like this on the AMD site.
>>
>> This includes others (Intel, Via, etc) but it should do:
>> http://www.tom.womack.net/x86FAQ/faq_time.html
>
>I dug around a bit and came across this useful web site
> http://www.sandpile.org/impl/k7.htm
>I copied the data listed there to an Excel spreadsheet so I can
>sort by date or by processor speed or by processor family. I
>reowrked it a l otto make it more readable. Here it is:
>
>http://194.168.54.52/access.public/AMD_cpu.zip (7 KB)
>
>Can anyone spot any inaccuracies or changes which they feel I
>should make.
>
>I am not trying to duplicate an AMD spec sheet.
>http://tinyurl.com/7a2s (6 MB)
>
>In fact, as a relative newbie to AMD processor families, all I am
>trying to do is to understand all these Palominos and Thunderbirds
>and all that, especially as the ranges overlapped in speed.
>
>What I would really like to add to that chart is typical or max
>power usage for each processor but I have worn myself out!
>
>Any offers? :-)

nice list here too...
http://users.erols.com/chare/elec.htm

Cheers,
Ed
--

Duron - Spitfire (@1.60V)
MHz Max Typical
600 27.4 24.5
650 29.4 26.4
700 31.4 28.2
750 33.4 30.0
800 35.4 31.8
850 37.4 33.6
900 39.5 35.4
950 41.5 37.2

Athlon - Thunderbird (@1.75V)
MHz Max Typical
650 38 34
700 40 36
750 43 38
800 45 40
850 47 42
900 50 44
950 52 47
1000 54 49
1100 60 54
1133 63 56
1200 66 59
1300 68 61
1333 70 63
1400 72 65

Athlon XP - Palomino (@1.75V)
Model MHz Max - Typical
1500+ 1333MHz 60.0W - 53.8W
1600+ 1400MHz 62.8W - 56.3W
1700+ 1467MHz 64.0W - 57.4W
1800+ 1533MHz 66.0W - 59.2W
1900+ 1600MHz 68.0W - 60.7W
2000+ 1667MHz 70.0W - 62.5W
2100+ 1733MHz 72.0W - 64.3W
Anonymous
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April 18, 2004 10:46:53 PM

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> btw: one comment i always get about AMD is that they run hotter than
> Intel...
> that's true but of course it does not mean there's anything bad about it...


....where did you hear that?

~wm
Anonymous
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April 19, 2004 5:04:25 AM

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On Thu, 15 Apr 2004 02:51:11 -0500, "philo" <philo@privacy.net> wrote:


>no...
>i am rather a computer newbie...(started with a p1 in late 1999)
>
>the 386-40 is a rather newer addition to my antique software collection.
>it has 16 megs of ram and runs win95 quite well.
>believe it or not...by pulling a few tricks...i put it on a 40meg harddrive!
>
>btw: most of my machines are AMD based
>not knocking Intel at all...simply use AMD because they work quite well
>and cost less.
>
>btw: one comment i always get about AMD is that they run hotter than
>Intel...
>that's true but of course it does not mean there's anything bad about it...
>
>i;ve had a couple of cpu cooling fans go during the past few years...
>and though the cpu got too hot too touch...did not fail!
>
>philo


It's not necessarily true that AMD CPUs run hotter.

The Athlon XP will idle hotter if the motherboard's BIOS disables the
bus-disconnect (or doesn't enable it, whichever way you like to look at
it) but if that is enabled the idle temp is quite lower, within reasonable
distance of a P4, though perhaps still a little hotter.

However, at full load the high-end P4 chips run hotter than Athlon XP,
including Northwood and even moreso Prescott.

Then if we consider Athlon 64, the P4 is MUCH hotter at full load and
closer, but perhaps a bit hotter at idle.

Keep in mind these are "moving targets" since each 'sink could be retail
or other and that top speed per core could be compared or equivalent
performance overall or any combination of factors. I only meant to
provide a rough estimate.
!