The Sempron is a cost-reduced reduced version of the Sempron, with a smaller L2 cache.
AMD Athlon 64 2800+ - 3700+ (Clawhammer core)AMD Athlon 64 2800+ - 3400+ (Newcastle core)AMD Sempron 2600+ - 3300+ (Paris core)AMD Sempron 2500+ - 3400+ (Palermo core)
Depends - AMD make lots of different processors - What one are you looking at (Athlon, Phenom, Sempron)
A Athlon II is better than a Sempron. This though is based on the latest models released from both lines and not socket type.
AnswerThe primary difference between the Athlon series of processors, and the Turion series of processors (which are based on the Athlons) is that the Turion processors are designed for mobile platforms (like laptops) and consume less energy dissipating between 25 Watts (the MT series) and 35 Watts (the ML) and between 31 and 35 Watts for the TL series.The Athlon processors dissipate on average around twice that much power, although some of the specific Athlon Mobile processors have power dissipation levels similar to the Turions.Both processors come with L2 Caches of 512KB at the lower end up to 1024KB at the higher end, and processing speeds are comparable between the series.
If it's just between those two, Athlon is better by a long shot. Turion processors are low-power, lower-performance processors designed for laptops. However, since the original Athlon line of processors is no longer in production, the new Athlon II line of processors is very cheap, starting at about $50 for the Athlon II X2 dual-cores, which run on the AM3 socket.
As the Celeron D is a product line and not a specific processor, there is no specific comparable processor. Depending on the model. the Celeron D is comparable in performance to various Athlon 64, Athlon XP, and Sempron processors.
Yes, It is compatible.
The AMD Athlon is a line of 32-bit microprocessors manufactured by AMD between 199 and 2005. The "Athlon" brand name is continued in other 32-bit and 64-bit processors, such as the Athlon XP, Athlon 64, and Athlon 64 X2.
Semprons' are single-core processors except for the 4 "Brisbane" models which are the only dual-core Semprons'. And the fastest Semprons' are "Sargas" models (based off the Phenom II) and the "Sargas" have a top default frequency of 2.8 GHz. Semprons' are designed to be a low-budget processor. Athlons' have a long and large line; the original Athlon, Athlon 64, Athlon x2, Athlon XP, and Athlon II. Athlons' are now the mid to low-budget processor. the Athlon line offers a huge diversity of choices. Athlon II is based off the Phenom II processor. The main difference is the aimed target group which is budget level for either processor. They both share similar architecture and some of both are based off the Phenom II.
The AMD Sempron processor is a budget processor developed to be placed in computers that are designed for everyday use. They are a single core processor, but the newer ones have 64-bit support and are sometimes called Sempron64's. The Athlon processor is a little more efficient due to the dual cores.
No. However, processors labeled "AMD Athlon 64 X2" aredual-core processors.
You can use an amd sempron or an amd athlon II with an am3 socket, but when am3 was released it was meant to be used with the amd phenom line of CPUs. You can use all three: amd sempron, amd athlon II & amd phenom.
Turion 64 is based on Athlon 64's architecture, and the main difference between Turion 64 and Athlon 64 Mobile is the power consumption, which is lower on Turion 64: Athlon 64 Mobile dissipates 65 W while Turion 64 dissipates only 35 W (ML models) or 25 W (MT models). Another difference between them is the amount of L2 cache, which is always of 1 MB on Athlon 64 Mobile, while Turion 64 can have a L2 memory cache of 512 KB or 1 MB, depending on the model In addition - Athlon was developed mainly for desktop and turion for laptops Answer Overall Athlon range is economy version and has less performance compared to Turion which are relatively high end processors. Although initially Athlon name was used only for desktop processors, later both Turion and Athlon brands have been used for dual core processors designed for notebook computers. Turion 64 X2 Dual-Core processor family is AMD's most advanced family of dual-core processors made for mobility to date. Athlon 64 X2 Dual-Core processor family is a more affordable relatively lower performance range of processors for notebook PCs. Exact specification and performance numbers depends on the model number of the processor in respective families. - Neeraj Sharma Yes, You are right neeraj, i agree with your answer.
Those are two different types of processors, and each come in different speeds.
Compared to an AMD Athlon? no.. Compared to an Intel Celeron? meh.. An AMD Sempron is basically an Athlon that didn't perform as fast as it should, so they hack away at the performance some more to release a semi-standardized, cheaper, CPU. Intel did the same thing with their Pentiums and turned them into Celerons.
It is designed for the earliest versions of the AMD Athlon.
x86 refers to any processor that is instruction-compatible with the Intel 8086 and higher. This includes the Pentium, Pentium II, Celeron, Pentium III, Pentium 4, Pentium D, Core Duo, Core 2 Duo, Core i7, Atom, AMD Athlon, Sempron, Athlon 64, Phenom, and Geode. x64 is often used to refer to any x86 processor that has 64-bit extensions (x86-64). These include the AMD Athlon 64, late models of the Pentium 4, Pentium D, Core 2 Duo, Phenom, and certain Geode processors. x32 is a retcon of the x64 term to apply to either 32-bit only processors or programs.
Compaq Presario SR1320NX is a very old computer launched in 2004. It has got an Asus K8S-LA motherboard. The motherboard has got SiS 760/964 chipset and socket is 754. Socket 754 supports athlon 64 and sempron 64 series processors. The Athlon II X2 family requires Socket AM2+ or Socket AM3. Recommended processors for your motherboard are AMD Athlon 64 3700+ processor (Clawhammer, 2.4 GHz), AMD Athlon 64 3400+ processor (Newcastle, 2.4 GHz) or AMD Sempron. The motherboard also comes with 1 AGPand 3 PCI expansion slots. GeForce 8400 GS requires a PCI Express x16 which is not present on the board. For upgrades it would be better to buy a new motherboard, processor and DDR3 RAM. rather than spending money on processor and graphics card for the old motherboard.
Some Cpu's that use Socket A are Athlon Xp, Athlon Mp, Athlon Model 4 AMD's Athlons and Duron use Socket A, also known as Socket 462. The AMD Athlon and the AMD Duron use a 426-pin socket called Socket A. The Athlon Thunderbird
Intel offers Pentium Pro, Pentium II, Celeron, Pentium II Xeon, Pentium III, Pentium II and III Xeon, Celeron with Pentium III Based, Pentium 4, Pentium M, Intel Core, Dual Core Xeon LV, Intel Pentium Dual Core, Intel Core 2. Pentium Duo, Pentium Dual Core, Core 2 Quad, Intel Pentuim 2 Dual Core PrAMD processors include AMD Athlon, AMD Athlon 64, AMD Athlon X2, AMD Athlon Xp, AMD Duron, AMD Sempron, AMD Turion, MD Opteron and AMD Phenom 1.
Socket A is the CPU socket used for AMD processors that range from Athlon Thunderbird to the Athlon XP/MP 3200+. It also includes AMD's budget processors such as the Sempron and the Duron. It also suports AMD Geode NX embedded processors too. It is important to note that Socket A only supports 32-bit CPUs. Socket A is also known as Socket 462. It is a zero insertion force pin grid array type with 453 pins. Nine of the pins are blocked in the socket in order to prevent any accidental insertion of socket 370 CPUs. Socket A was replaced by Socket 754 in 2003 and Socket 939 in 2004. However, it is still used in conjunction with Geode NX processors.
AMD Athlon and Turion are both AMD dual core mobile processors that are used in laptops now. They are both equally good however the Athlon gets better reviews.
AMD Athlon microprocessors are the awesome. They're 6 core meaning that it's processing power is equivalent to 6 amd separate processors.
Basically there are two types of processors which are manufactured by two companies and they are Intel and AMD. Now there are a number of varieties available in both Intel and AMD. Intel offers Pentium Pro, Pentium II, Celeron, Pentium II Xeon, Pentium III, Pentium II and III Xeon, Celeron with Pentium III Based, Pentium 4, Pentium M, Intel Core, Dual Core Xeon LV, Intel Pentium Dual Core, Intel Core 2. Pentium Duo, Pentium Dual Core, Core 2 Quad, Intel Pentuim 2 Dual Core Processor. AMD processors include AMD Athlon, AMD Athlon 64, AMD Athlon X2, AMD Athlon Xp, AMD Duron, AMD Sempron, AMD Turion, MD Opteron and AMD Phenom 1. Moreover, there are various processors offered by various companies like Macintosh processor. In other words different processors are used for different types of technology.