List of AMD microprocessors

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This article gives a list of Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) microprocessors, sorted by generation and release year. If applicable and openly known, the designation(s) of each processor's core (versions) is (are) listed in parentheses.

AMD-originated architectures[edit]

Am2900 series (1975)[edit]

29000 (29K) (1987–95)[edit]

Non-x86 architecture processors[edit]

2nd source (1974)[edit]

Am9080 (second source for Intel 8080)

2nd source (1982)[edit]

Am29X305 (second source for Signetics 8X305)

ARM based Opteron Processors (2016)[edit]

AMD Opteron A1100 Series

x86 architecture processors[edit]

2nd source (1979–91)[edit]

(second-sourced x86 processors produced under contract with Intel)

  • 8086
  • 8088
  • Am286 (2nd-sourced 80286, so not a proper Amx86 member)

Amx86 series (1991–95)[edit]

K5 architecture (1995)[edit]

K6 architecture (1997–2001)[edit]

K7 architecture (1999–2005)[edit]

x86-64 architecture processors[edit]

K8 core architecture[edit]

K8 series (2003–)

K10 core architecture[edit]

K10 series CPUs (2007–)

K10 series APUs (2011–)

Bulldozer Architecture (Bulldozer, Piledriver, Steamroller, Excavator)[edit]

Used for both CPUs and APUs.
Bulldozer Series CPUs (2011–2017)

Bobcat core architecture (APU)[edit]

Low-power APUs.
Bobcat series APUs (2011–)

  • Ontario (Bobcat cores + Cedar-class GPU) (launch Q1 2011)
  • Zacate (Bobcat cores + Cedar-class GPU) (launch Q1 2011)

Jaguar Family (Jaguar, Puma) (APU)[edit]

Low-power APUs.
Jaguar series APUs (2013–)

  • Kabini (notebooks)
  • Temash (tablets)
  • Kyoto (micro-servers)
  • G-Series (embedded)

Puma series APUs (2014-)

  • Beema (notebooks)
  • Mullins (tablets)

Zen Core Architecture[edit]

Used for CPUs and APUs.
Zen Series CPUs (2017–)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "AMD's Phenom Unveiled: A Somber Farewell to K8". AnandTech. Retrieved 2008-08-29.
  2. ^ "Thrice the fun? A review of the triple-core AMD Phenom X3". Ars Technica. Retrieved 2008-08-29.
  3. ^ "Does AMD's Athlon 64 X2 6000+ Have Any Kick Left? : AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ Kicks Off To Challenge Core 2". Tom's Hardware. Retrieved 2008-08-29.