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17.5.2  AMD Opteron DP 200 series Dual-Core processor (Italy, Rev. E)

Identification


Model name: Opteron DP 200 series Dual-Core.
Code name: Italy, Rev. E.
Supplier: AMD.
Component class: CPU.

Generation


Generation: K8D.

Compatibility


64 bit technology: AMD64.

Multimedia instruction sets: MMX, Enhanced 3DNow!, SSE, SSE2, SSE3.

Cache


L1 cache: (2x) 64 kbyte instruction cache, 64 kbyte data cache (Harvard architecture).
L2 cache: (2x) 1 Mbyte.

AMD Opteron 64 Dual-Core processor (front). [AMD]

AMD Opteron 64 Dual-Core processor

Architecture


128 bit (dual-channel), 200 MHz, DDR memory controller: max. 16 x 512 Mbyte = 8 Gbyte (8 x 1 Gbyte double-sided Registered PC3200R memory module).

1000 MHz HyperTransport bus.

Memory protection: NX bit (Enhanced Virus Protection, EVP).

Multi-processing


Dual-core technology: two cores connected through HyperTransport bus.

Multi-processor support: dual processor.

Multiplier


Power management


Power management: PowerNow!.

Clock speed


Clock speed Model Multiplier Introduction Order part numbers
200/1800 MHz AMD Opteron 265 Dual-Core CPU 9 May 2005 OEM: OSA265FAA6CB,
PIB: OSA265CBBOX
200/2000 MHz AMD Opteron 270 Dual-Core CPU 10 May 2005 OEM: OSA270FAA6CB,
PIB: OSA270CBBOX
200/2200 MHz AMD Opteron 275 Dual-Core CPU 11 May 2005 OEM: OSA275FAA6CB,
PIB: OSA275CBBOX
200/2400 MHz AMD Opteron 280 Dual-Core CPU 12 September 2005 OEM: OSA280FAA6CB,
PIB: OSA280CBBOX
200/2600 MHz AMD Opteron 285 Dual-Core CPU 13 March 2006 OEM: OSA285FAA6CB,
PIB: OSA285CBBOX
200/2800 MHz AMD Opteron 290 Dual-Core CPU 14   OEM: OSA290FAA6CB,
PIB: OSA290CBBOX

Physics


Voltage: 1.30-1.35 V.
Power dissipation: 95 W TDP.

Manufacturing process: 90 nm.

Number of transistors: 233 million.

Die size: 199 mm2.

Packaging: Socket 940.

Step level


Text:

Step levels: E6.

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