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AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ 3GHz Dual-Core (ADX6000IAA6CZ) Processor

Product Information

  • You can enhance your computing power with the AMD Athlon 6000+ "Windsor" 3GHz processor (part number ADX6000IAA6CZ). With 1TB of physical memory and 256TB of virtual memory, this unit can deliver extensive speed and processing capabilities to an integrated system. The AMD Athlon 6000+ features two discreet processing cores, each running at a clock speed of 3GHz, with the ability to overclock it even further. The dual core design can enhance productivity and deliver multitasking and multithreading capabilities without sharing clock cycles. That can allow you to switch between multiple programs without experiencing lag or slowdown. Different tasks can be automatically delegated to separate cores. Gaming, video editing, 3D modeling, and business software can all function smoothly even with multiple programs running in the background.The AMD Athlon 6000+ 3GHz processor, based on AMD's Athlon 64 X2 family, was one of the first dual core desktop processors designed by AMD. It was fabricated with a 90nm manufacturing process, so it can fit more components on the chip at the same time. Featuring a 2000MHz HyperTransport system, the chip contains a high speed point to point link designed to increase transfer and communication speeds between the processor's different components. The AMD Athlon 6000+ 3GHz microprocessor also has an exclusive 16 way associative 2MB of Level 2 cache, with 1MB per core, to dramatically increase bandwidth. The cache is a small store of RAM on the processor that can quickly access the most critical data without first needing to consult the main system RAM. AMD's Athlon 3GHz microprocessor was designed to banish I/O bottlenecks, reduce annoying latency, and improve your hardware's performance.The AMD Athlon 6000+ 3GHz processor uses AMD energy efficiency technology - such as Cool, Quiet, and Stop Grant - to maintain low power consumption and system voltage, which can essentially give you performance on demand. AMD64 technology can make this dual core device an easily extensible unit that can function in 16 bit, 32 bit, and 64 bit application environments. 64 bit computing can boost performance when you're running multiple programs at once, and it's backward compatible with 32 bit applications. The virtualization technology and specifications can allow the system to work with current and legacy software by creating a second virtual system on a single machine.The AMD Athlon 6000+ 3GHz microprocessor also features extensive multimedia capabilities. AMD Live! can turn your computer into an entertainment powerhouse, letting you quickly share all your movies, music, and pictures between your connected devices. It includes Enhanced Virus Protection so you can surf the web without worrying about getting a malware infection in the processing core or its associated system. This can make your computer operations at home and at work safer and more reliable. The system can automatically isolate potentially contagious viruses and remove them from the system's RAM.The AMD Athlon 6000+ 3GHz processor has a thermal design power of 125W. That is the typical amount of heat generated by the CPU during its normal operations with every core active. Heatsink and fan cooling solutions are included in this package to keep the CPU functioning within normal thermal limits. The chip runs between 1.35 and 1.4 volts and produces less overall noise. The AMD 6000+ 3GHz microprocessor is compatible with an AM2 socket on your computer's motherboard, so you can easily upgrade your single core CPU with few hassles.

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  • UPC

    9858592745691, 0890552623341

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Product Key Features

  • Socket Type

    Socket AM2+, Socket AM2

  • Clock Speed

    3 GHz

Additional Product Features

  • Tdp


  • Product Type


  • Multi-CORE Technology


  • Processor Model

    Athlon 64x2 6000+

  • 64-Bit Computing


  • MAX. Operating Temperature


  • L3 Cache


  • Type

    L2 Caché

  • Platform Compatibility


  • Architecture Features

    64-Bit Instruction Set Support

  • L2 Cache


  • Processor Quantity


  • Level 1 Size


  • Manufacturing Process

    90 NM

  • Processor Type


  • Installed Size

    L2 2MB (2x1MB)

  • Compatible Slots

    1X Processor-Socket Socket AM2+

  • Package Type


  • Cooling Component(s) Included

    None/Processor only


Athlon 64 X2


The Athlon 64 X2 is the first native dual-coredesktopcentral processing unit (CPU) designed by Advanced Micro Devices (AMD). It was designed from scratch as native dual-core by using an already multi-CPU enabled Athlon 64, joining it with another functional core on one die, and connecting both via a shared dual-channel memory controller/north bridge and additional control logic. The initial versions are based on the E stepping model of the Athlon 64 and, depending on the model, have either 512 or 1024 KB of L2 cache per core. The Athlon 64 X2 can decode instructions for Streaming SIMD Extensions 3 (SSE3), except those few specific to Intel's architecture.

In June 2007, AMD released low-voltage variants of their low-end 65 nm Athlon 64 X2, named "Athlon X2".[1] The Athlon X2 processors feature reduced thermal design power (TDP) of 45 Watt (W).[2] The name was also used for K10 based budget CPUs with two cores deactivated.


Further information: Multi-core processor

The primary benefit of dual-core processors (like the Athlon 64 X2) over single-core processors is their ability to process more softwarethreads at the same time. The ability of processors to execute multiple threads simultaneously is called thread-level parallelism (TLP). By placing two cores on the same die, the X2 effectively doubles the TLP over a single-core Athlon 64 of the same speed. The need for TLP processing ability depends on the situation to a great degree, and some situations benefit from it far more than others. Some programs are currently written for only one thread, and thus cannot use the processing power of a second core.

Programs often written with multiple threads and able to use dual-cores include many music and video encoding applications, and especially professional rendering programs. High TLP applications currently correspond to server and workstation situations more than the typical desktop. These applications can reach almost twice the performance of a single-core Athlon 64 of the same specifications. Multitasking also runs a sizable number of threads. Intense multitasking processes have sped up by considerably more than twice.[3] This is mostly due to the high overhead caused by constantly switching threads, and could potentially be improved by adjustments to operating systemscheduling code.

In the consumer segment of the market, the X2 improves on the performance of the original Athlon 64, especially for multi-threaded software.

Manufacturing costs[edit]

Having two cores, the Athlon 64 X2 has an increased number of transistors. The 1 MB L2 cache 90 nm Athlon 64 X2 processor is 219 mm² in size with 243 million transistors[4] whereas its 1 MB L2 cache 90 nm Athlon 64 counterpart is 103.1 mm² and has 164 million transistors.[5] The 65 nm Athlon 64 X2 with only 512 KB L2 per Core reduced this to 118 mm² with 221 million transistors compared to the 65 nm Athlon 64 with 77.2 mm² and 122 million transistors. As a result, a larger area of silicon must be defect free. These size requirements necessitate a more complex fabrication process, which further adds to the production of fewer functional processors per single silicon wafer. This lower yield makes the X2 more expensive to produce than the single-core processor.

In the middle of June 2006 AMD stated that they would no longer make any non-FX Athlon 64 or Athlon 64 X2 models with 1 MB L2 caches.[6][failed verification] This led to only a small production number of the Socket-AM2 Athlon 64 X2 with 1 MB L2 cache per core, known as 4000+, 4400+, 4800+, and 5200+. The Athlon 64 X2 with 512 KB per core, known as 3800+, 4200+, 4600+, and 5000+, were produced in far greater numbers. The introduction of the F3 stepping then saw several models with 1 MB L2 cache per core as production refinements resulted in an increased yield.


CPU features table

CPU cores[edit]

Athlon 64 X2[edit]

AMD Athlon X2 processor family
AMD K9Desktop
Code-named Core Date released
AMD Athlon X2 logo as of 2007Manchester
dual (90 nm)
dual (90 nm)
dual (90 nm)
May 2005
May 2005
May 2006
dual (90 nm)
dual (90 nm)
Jan 2006
May 2006
AMD Athlon X2 logo as of 2008Brisbane
dual (65 nm) Dec 2006
List of AMD Athlon 64 X2 microprocessors

Manchester (90 nm SOI)[edit]

  • Silicon on insulator (SOI)
  • CPU stepping: E4
  • L1 cache: 64 + 64 KB (data + instructions), per core
  • L2 cache: 256, 512 KB full speed, per core
  • MMX, Extended 3DNow!, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, AMD64, Cool'n'Quiet, NX Bit
  • Socket 939, HyperTransport (1000 MHz, HT1000)
  • VCore: 1.35–1.4 V
  • Power use (TDP): 89 Watt
  • First release: 1 August 2005
  • Clock rate: 2000–2400 MHz
    • 256 KB L2 cache:
    • 512 KB L2 cache:
      • 3800+: 2000 MHz
      • 4200+: 2200 MHz
      • 4600+: 2400 MHz (110 Watt TDP)

Toledo (90 nm SOI)[edit]

  • Silicon on insulator (SOI)
  • CPU stepping: E6
  • L1 cache: 64 + 64 KB (data + instructions), per core
  • L2 cache: 512 or 1024 KB full speed, per core
  • MMX, Extended 3DNow!, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, AMD64, Cool'n'Quiet, NX Bit
  • Socket 939, HyperTransport (1000 MHz, HT1000)
  • VCore: 1.35–1.4 V
  • Power use (TDP):
    • 89 Watt: 3800+, 4200+ and 4400+
    • 110 Watt: 4400+, 4600+ and 4800+
  • First release: 21 April 2005
  • Clock rate: 2000–2400 MHz
    • 512 KB L2 cache:
      • 3800+: 2000 MHz
      • 4200+: 2200 MHz
      • 4600+: 2400 MHz
    • 1024 KB L2 cache:
      • 4400+: 2200 MHz
      • 4800+: 2400 MHz

Windsor (90 nm SOI)[edit]

AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ (ADA6000IAA6CZ, Windsor), having its heat spreaderremoved; CPU core is solderedto the heat spreader, causing the CPU to be destroyed during removal.
  • Silicon on insulator (SOI)
  • CPU stepping: F2, F3
  • L1 cache: 64 + 64 KB (data + instructions), per core
  • L2 cache: 256, 512 or 1024 KB full speed, per core
  • MMX, Extended 3DNow!, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, AMD64, Cool'n'Quiet, NX Bit, AMD-V
  • Socket AM2, HyperTransport (1000 MHz, HT1000)
  • VCore: 1.25–1.35 V
  • Power use (TDP):
    • 35 Watt (3800+ EE SFF)
    • 65 Watt (3600+ to 5200+ EE)
    • 89 Watt (3800+ to 6000+)
    • 125 Watt (6000+ to 6400+)
  • First release: May 23, 2006
  • Clock rate: 2000 MHz–3200 MHz
    • 256 KB L2 cache:
    • 512 KB L2 cache: (often mislabeled as Brisbane core)
      • 3800+: 2000 MHz
      • 4200+: 2200 MHz
      • 4600+: 2400 MHz (F2&F3)
      • 5000+: 2600 MHz (F2&F3)
      • 5400+: 2800 MHz (F3)
    • 1024 KB L2 cache:
      • 4000+: 2000 MHz
      • 4400+: 2200 MHz
      • 4800+: 2400 MHz
      • 5200+: 2600 MHz (F2&F3)
      • 5600+: 2800 MHz (F3)
      • 6000+: 3000 MHz (F3)
      • 6400+: 3200 MHz (F3)

Brisbane (65 nm SOI)[edit]

AMD Athlon 64 X2 4400+, Brisbane.
  • Silicon on insulator (SOI)
  • CPU stepping: G1, G2
  • L1 cache: 64 + 64 KB (data + instructions), per core
  • L2 cache: 512 KB full speed, per core
  • MMX, Extended 3DNow!, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, AMD64, Cool'n'Quiet, NX Bit, AMD-V
  • Socket AM2, HyperTransport (1000 MHz, HT1000)
  • VCore: 1.25–1.35 V
  • Die size: 126 mm²
  • Power use (TDP): 65 or 89 Watt
  • First release: Dec 5, 2006
  • Clock rate: 1900 MHz–3100 MHz
    • 3600+: 1900 MHz (G1)
    • 3800+: 2000 MHz
    • 4000+: 2100 MHz
    • 4200+: 2200 MHz (G1&G2)
    • 4400+: 2300 MHz (G1&G2)
    • 4600+: 2400 MHz (G2)
    • 4800+: 2500 MHz (G1&G2)
    • 5000+: 2600 MHz (G1&G2)
    • 5200+: 2700 MHz (G1&G2)
    • 5400+: 2800 MHz (G2)
    • 5600+: 2900 MHz (G2)
    • 5800+: 3000 MHz (G2)
    • 6000+: 3100 MHz (G2)

Athlon X2[edit]

'64' was omitted from the name of the Brisbane 'BE' series; the 64-bit marketing campaign initiated by AMD became insignificant once essentially all consumer CPUs became 64-bit processors.

Brisbane (65 nm SOI)[edit]

  • Silicon on insulator (SOI)
  • CPU stepping: G2
  • L1 cache: 64 + 64 KB (data + instructions), per core
  • L2 cache: 512 KB full speed, per core
  • MMX, Extended 3DNow!, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, AMD64, Cool'n'Quiet, NX Bit, AMD-V
  • Socket AM2, HyperTransport (1000 MHz, HT1000)
  • VCore: 1.15–1.20 V
  • Die size: 118 mm²
  • Power use (TDP): 45 Watt
  • First release: October, 2007
  • Clock rate: 1900 MHz–2600 MHz
    • BE-2300: 1900 MHz (G2)
    • BE-2350: 2100 MHz (G2)
    • BE-2400: 2300 MHz (G2)
    • BE-2450: 2500 MHz (G2)
    • 4050e: 2100 MHz (G2)
    • 4450e: 2300 MHz (G2)
    • 4850e: 2500 MHz (G2)
    • 5050e: 2600 MHz (G2)

Kuma (65 nm SOI)[edit]

  • Chip harvests from Agena with two cores disabled[7]
  • Silicon on insulator (SOI)
  • AMD K10microarchitecture
  • CPU stepping: B3
  • L1 cache: 64 + 64 KB (data + instructions), per core
  • L2 cache: 512 KB full speed, per core
  • L3 cache: 2 MB (shared)
  • MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSE4a, Enhanced 3DNow!, NX bit, AMD64, Cool'n'Quiet, AMD-V
  • Socket AM2+, HyperTransport (1800 MHz, HT3.0)
  • VCore: 1.05–1.25 V
  • Die size: 288 mm²
  • Power use: (TDP): 95 Watt
  • First release: December 15, 2008
  • Clock rate: 2300–2800 MHz
    • 6500BE: 2300 MHz
    • 7450: 2400 MHz
    • 7550: 2500 MHz
    • 7750BE: 2700 MHz
    • 7850BE: 2800 MHz

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