AM2+ platform, Phenom OPN data

Standard platform for AMD64 CPUs.

AM2+ platform

AM2+ processors 65nm SOI

Phenom 65nm
Phenom of the Quad core processor was released first as AM2 + processor series. The triple core processor is scheduled to appear in the future. The Phenom has the third cache memory of 2MB shared in each core unlike a past AMD processor. As a result, AMD is assumed to be shortening the access time to data and an improvement of the performance.


Key Architectural Features - 65nm AMD Phenom processors

  • AMD Balanced Smart Cache
    • Shared L3 cache. In addition to the 512K L2 cache per core, up to 2MB of L3 cache shared by up to 4 cores.
  • HyperTransport technology
    • One 16-bit link at up to 4000MT/s
    • Up to 8.0GB/s HyperTransport I/O bandwidth; Up to 16GB/s in HyperTransport Generation 3.0 mode
    • Up to 33.1GB/s total delivered processor-to-system bandwidth (HyperTransport bus + memory bus)
  • Integrated DRAM Controller
    • Supports PC2-8500 (DDR2-1066); PC2-6400 (DDR2-800), PC2-5300 (DDR2-667), PC2-4200 (DDR2-533) or PC2-3200 (DDR2-400) SDRAM unbuffered DIMMs
    • Up to 17.1GB/s memory bandwidth for DDR2

OPN AM2+ processors

AM2+ 45nm PhenomII Processors

PhenomII 900 Series [ 45nm SOI ]
ModelOPN(tray)OPN(Box)Clock
(MHz)
V_CORET_CL2 L3rev.Schedule
AM2+, AMD PhenomII X4 Quad-Core 125W
PhenomII X4 940 BEHDZ940XCJ4DGIHDZ940XCGIBOX30000.875-1.5V62512KB x46MBC22009/01
PhenomII X4 920HDX920XCJ4DGIHDX920XCGIBOX28000.875-1.5V62512KB x46MBC22009/01

AM2+ 65nm Processors

Phenom 9000 Series [ 65nm SOI ]
ModelOPN(tray)OPN(Box)Clock
(MHz)
V_CORET_CL2 L3rev.Schedule
AM2+, AMD Phenom X4 Quad-Core (Agena) 140W
Phenom X4 9950 BEHD995ZFAJ4BGHHD995ZFAGHBOX26001.05-1.30V64512KB x42MBB32008/07
AM2+, AMD Phenom X4 Quad-Core (Agena) 125W
Phenom X4 9950 BEHD995ZXAJ4BGHHD995ZXAGHBOX26001.05-1.30V61512KB x42MBB32008/09
Phenom X4 9850 BEHD985ZXAJ4BGHHD985ZXAGHBOX25001.20/1.25V61512KB x42MBB32008/03
Phenom X4 9850HD9850XAJ4BGHHD9850XAGHBOX25001.20/1.25V61512KB x42MBB32008/-
Phenom X4 9750HD9750XAJ4BGHHD9750XAGHBOX24001.20/1.25V61512KB x42MBB32008/03
AM2+, AMD Phenom X4 Quad-Core (Agena) 95W
Phenom X4 9750HD9750WCJ4BGHHD9750WCGHBOX24001.10/1.15/1.20/1.25V71512KB x42MBB32008/06
Phenom X4 9650HD9650WCJ4BGHHD9650WCGHBOX23001.10/1.15/1.20/1.25V71512KB x42MBB32008/03
Phenom X4 9550HD9550WCJ4BGHHD9550WCGHBOX22001.10/1.15/1.20/1.25V71512KB x42MBB32008/03
AM2+, AMD Phenom X4 Quad-Core (Agena) 65W
Phenom X4 9450eHD9450ODJ4BGHHD9450ODJ4BGH21001.0-1.125V70512KB x42MBB32008/-
Phenom X4 9350eHD9350ODJ4BGHHD9350ODGHBOX20001.0-1.125V70512KB x42MBB32008/07
Phenom X4 9150eHD9150ODJ4BGHHD9150ODGHBOX18001.0-1.125V70512KB x42MBB32008/07

Phenom 8000 Series [ 65nm SOI ]
ModelOPN(tray)OPN(Box)Clock
(MHz)
V_CORET_CL2 L3rev.Schedule
AM2+, AMD Phenom X3 Triple-Core (Toliman) 95W
Phenom X3 8850--2500--512KB x32MBB3-
Phenom X3 8750HD875ZWCJ3BGHHD875ZWCGHBOX24001.05-1.25V71512KB x32MBB32008/-
Phenom X3 8750HD8750WCJ3BGHHD8750WCGHBOX24001.10/1.15 /1.20/1.25V70512KB x32MBB32008/04
Phenom X3 8650HD8650WCJ3BGHHD8650WCGHBOX23001.10/1.15 /1.20/1.25V70512KB x32MBB32008/04
Phenom X3 8450HD8450WCJ3BGHHD8450WCGHBOX21001.10/1.15 /1.20/1.25V70512KB x32MBB32008/04
AM2+, AMD Phenom X3 Triple-Core (Toliman) 65W
Phenom X3 8450eHD8450ODJ3BGHHD8450ODGHBOX2100--512KB x32MBB32008/12
Phenom X3 8250eHD8250ODJ3BGHHD8250ODGHBOX1900--512KB x32MBB3 -

Athlon X2 7000 Series [ 65nm SOI ]
ModelOPN(tray)OPN(Box)Clock
(MHz)
V_CORET_CL2 L3rev.Schedule
AM2+, AMD Athlon X2 Dual-Core (Kuma) 95W
Athlon X2 7850 - -2800-73512KB x22MB--Q2 2009
Athlon X2 7750 BEAD775ZWCJ2BGHAD775ZWCGHBOX2700-73512KB x22MBB32008/12
Athlon X2 7550 AD7550WCJ2BGH-2500-73512KB x22MBB3-

V CORE, T_Case : It cannot know the value of V_CORE and T_Case from OPN.


AM2+ Rev.B2 Phenom 65nm SOI

Phenom 65nm
Attention!
Because the following processors have a serious bug, it should not buy it.


Phenom 9000 Series Rev.B2 [ 65nm SOI ]
ModelOPN(tray)OPN(Box)Clock
(MHz)
V_CORET_CL2 L3rev.Schedule
AM2+, AMD Phenom X4 Quad-Core (Agena) 95W
Phenom 9600 BEHD960ZWCJ4BGDHD960ZWCGDBOX23001.10-1.25V70512KB x42MBB22007/11
Phenom 9600HD9600WCJ4BGDHD9600GDBOX23001.10-1.25V70512KB x42MBB22007/11
Phenom 9500HD9500WCJ4BGDHD9500GDBOX22001.10-1.25V70512KB x42MBB22007/11
AM2+, AMD Phenom X4 Quad-Core (Agena) 65W
Phenom 9100eHD9100OBJ4BGDHD9100OBGDBOX18001.10/1.125/1.15V61512KB x42MBB22008/03

Phenom 8000 Series Rev.B2 [ 65nm SOI ]
ModelOPN(tray)OPN(Box)Clock
(MHz)
V_CORET_CL2 L3rev.Schedule
AM2+, AMD Phenom X3 Triple-Core (Toliman) 95W
Phenom 8600HD8600WCJ3BGDn/a, OEM 23001.10/1.15 /1.20/1.25V70512KB x32MBB22008/03
Phenom 8400HD8400WCJ3BGDn/a, OEM 21001.10/1.15 /1.20/1.25V70512KB x32MBB22008/03

V CORE, T_Case : It cannot know the value of V_CORE and T_Case from OPN.

Reduces processor energy consumption - AMD Phenom processors

  • Cool'n'Quiet 2.0 technology
    • Enhanced power management features which automatically and instantaneously adjusts performance states and features based on processor performance requirements
    • For quieter operation and reduced power requirements
  • AMD CoolCore Technology
    • Reduces processor energy consumption by turning off unused parts of the processor. For example, the memory controller can turn off the write logic when reading from memory, helping reduce system power.
    • Works automatically without the need for drivers or BIOS enablement.
    • Power can be switched on or off within a single clock cycle, saving energy without comprimised performance.
  • Dual Dynamic Power Management
    • Enables more granular power management capabilities to reduce processor energy consumption.
    • Separate power planes for cores and memory controller, for optimum power consumption and performance, creating more opportunities for power savings within the cores and memory controller.

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