AMD Processors Tiers from Beginning to New

AMD processorWhen you want to buy a laptop, one of the important specifications to consider is the processor. As is well known, AMD processors are becoming one of the most popular today. For those who are interested in this processor brand, let’s look at the following AMD processor tiers.  As the ‘brain’ of the computer,  you must to choosing a good processor is crucial. Although basically this also needs to be adjusted to the budget you have. AMD is one of the processor developers who are intensively upgrading at this time. If you are interested in buying a laptop or PC with an AMD processor, you should know several AMD processors tiers from the lowest below.

AMD K5

These are early versions of AMD processors made or the first released by AMD. At first, AMD made the processor an alternative to Intel. But even so, this processor is the first process that can synchronize on the x86 type architecture. But because at that time Intel’s processors dominated, so many motherboards couldn’t support this AMD K5 device.

AMD K6

The second generation of AMD processors is AMD K6 which already supports all motherboards which initially only supported processors from Intel. since the emergence of AMD K6 is the competition between Intel and AMD began to be felt. Even in the second generation of AMD processors, several types were released, namely AMD K6, AMD K6-2, and AMD K6-III. The difference between the three is in terms of speed, the rest is not much different.

AMD Duron

AMD Duron was released in 2000 where it was originally named Spitfire Thunderbird. In its day, AMD Duron was one of the highest processors. Moreover, the price is very affordable and the performance is quite satisfactory. However, currently, the production of AMD Duron processors has been discontinued.

AMD Athlon

After AMD was released and had success with AMD Duron processors, then the next generation was AMD Athlon. this is a type of AMD microprocessor with fairly high quality, even entered the flagship product from AMD. At that time the AMD Athlon processor competed with the Intel Pentium 3 processor which was quite dominating the market. But it turns out that AMD Athlon can outperform the part of the system that can use a multiprocessor. This allows one computer to use two AMD Athlon processors simultaneously.

AMD Athlon 64 X2

Judging from the success of AMD Athlon, this company also made the Athlon 64 version. Of course, the two have very striking differences in the socket version. On the AMD Athlon 64 processor, there are 3 different sockets, namely 754, 939, and 940. The three sockets also have different functions. For the socket 754 section, there is a controller that supports the DDR memory section, the socket 939 section has a memory controller that supports multi-channel memory. Another advantage of this generation of AMD processors is that they can synchronize with computers running a 64-bit operating system.

AMD Athlon 64 FX

The sequel to AMD Athlon did not stop at Athlon 64. AMD also released a version of AMD Athlon 64 FX. This type of AMD processor works well on computers that use 32-bit or 64-bit operating systems. The most striking advantage of this AMD processor is that there is an antivirus in it, namely using Antivirus Enhanced Virus Protection. This AMD processor is highly recommended for use on computers that often use applications or software related to high graphics such as video, audio, and game software.

AMD Sempron

AMD Sempron was released as a competitor to Intel’s processor, the Intel Celeron. This AMD processor has two types of sockets used, namely socket and socket 754. AMD Sempron can only run on computers that use 32-bit operating systems.

AMD 64 V2 Dual Core

As a computer user, maybe you are familiar with the term dual-core, right? This processor from AMD is intended as a competitor to Intel, which released a core duo version. This AMD processor can run on computers with 64-bit operating systems. The target market of this processor is the use of more computers for multimedia work regularly.

AMD Opteron

The next generation, AMD Opteron, focuses more on server computers and workstations. AMD Opteron has two different caches namely level 1 and level 2. The difference between the two lies in the amount of data used where at level 1 the data is 128 KB while at level 2 it uses data of 1024 KB.

AMD Cadiz

This processor was made around 2008 with a core of 4 cores. This AMD processor is also designed to use Hypertransport 3, L2 cache, and DDR2/3.

AMD Orochi “Bulldozer”

AMD is the latest generation of AMD processors for the high-end desktop market. The construction still uses bulldozer architecture. You could say the processor from AMD is used to support