Athlon II

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AMD Athlon II
Athlon II logo.png
Produced From 2009 to Present
Marketed by AMD
Designed by AMD
Common manufacturer(s)
Max. CPU clock rate 1.6 GHz to 3.5 GHz
HyperTransport speeds 1.8 GHz to 2 GHz
Min. feature size 45 nm to 32 nm
Instruction set x86-64
Microarchitecture AMD K10
Cores 2 - 4
Socket(s)
Core name(s)
  • Sargas [1]
  • Regor
  • Propus
  • Rana
  • Llano

Athlon II is a family of AMD multi-core 45 nm central processing units, which is aimed at the budget to mid-range market and is a complementary product lineup to the Phenom II.

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The Athlon II series is based on the AMD K10 architecture and derived from the Phenom II series. However, unlike its Phenom siblings, it does not contain any L3 Cache. There are two principal Athlon II dies: the dual-core Regor die with 1 MB L2 Cache per core and the four-core Propus with 512 KB per core. Regor is a native dual-core design with lower TDP and additional L2 to offset the removal of L3 cache.[2] The Athlon II x2 200e-220 chips have less L2 cache than the rest of the Regor line. The triple-core Rana is derived from the Propus quad-core design, with one core disabled. In some cases, the Phenom II Deneb die is used with disabled L3 cache and cores in the case.[3][4] Includes: AMD Direct Connect Architecture AMD Wide Floating Point Accelerator AMD Digital Media XPress 2.0 Technology AMD PowerNow! Technology (Cool’n’Quiet Technology) HyperTransport Technology (not the same as Intel Hyper-Threading Technology)

Processors with an "e" following the model number (e.g., 245e) are low-power models, typically 45W for Athlons, 65W for Phenoms.

AMD Athlon II-based processor family
AMD K10 Desktop Sempron
Quad-core Quad-core Triple-core Dual-core Single-core
Code-named Llano Propus Rana Regor Sargas
Core 32 nm 45 nm 45 nm 45 nm 45 nm
Date released Aug 2011 Sep 2009 Nov 2009 Jun 2009 Aug 2009
List of AMD Athlon X2 microprocessors

Cores[edit]

Regor (45 nm SOI with immersion lithography)[edit]

Rana (45 nm SOI with immersion lithography)[edit]

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Propus (45 nm SOI with immersion lithography)[edit]

Athlon II X4 630

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