AMD Athlon 4450e Dual Core

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AMD Athlon 4450e Dual Core
Performance Specification
CPU Speed
2.3 GHz
Physical Cores
2 cores
CPU Codename
Brisbane
TDP (Power)
45W
Lithography
65nm
Mobo Socket
Socket AM2
Main Link
CPU Features
Notebook CPU
Unlocked Multiplier
L1 Cache
256KB
L2 Cache
1024KB
L3 Cache
Approved
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Athlon 4450e Dual Core Game Requirement Analysis
On April 21, 2005, less than a week after the release of Venice and San Diego, AMD announced its next addition to the Athlon 64 line, the Athlon 64 X2. Released on May 31, 2005, it also initially had two different core revisions available to the public, Manchester and Toledo, the only appreciable difference between them being the amount of L2 cache. Both were released only for Socket 939. The Athlon 64 X2 was received very well by reviewers and the general public, with a general consensus emerging that AMD's implementation of multi-core was superior to that of the competing Pentium D. Some felt initially that the X2 would cause market confusion with regard to price points since the new processor was targeted at the same enthusiast, US$350 and above market already occupied by AMD's existing socket 939 Athlon 64s. AMD's official breakdown of the chips placed the Athlon X2 aimed at a segment they called the prosumer, along with digital media fans. The Athlon 64 was targeted at the mainstream consumer, and the Athlon FX at gamers.
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Release period
22-Apr-2008