Legacy mode runs bit and bit programs natively, and long mode runs bit programs natively, but also allows for bit programs running inside a bit operating system. Athlon 64 also features CPU speed throttling technology branded Cool’n’Quiet , a feature similar to Intel’s SpeedStep that can throttle the processor’s clock speed back to facilitate lower power consumption and heat production. The Athlon 64 features an on-die memory controller,  a feature previously seen on only the Transmeta Crusoe. Archived from the original on 6 July The clock of the processors is significantly lower than desktop and other mobile counterparts to reach a low TDP, at 15W maximum for a single core x CPU at 1. The first letter is M for single core processors and T for dual core Turion 64 X2 processors. The line was succeeded by the dual-core Athlon 64 X2 and Athlon X2 lines.
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Archived from the original on 4 July Both processors feature an unlocked multiplier, which allows for a large range of overclocked settings. Legacy mode runs bit and bit programs natively, and long mode runs bit programs natively, but also allows for bit programs running inside a bit operating system.
There are four variants: The Athlon 64 was succeeded by the K10 architecture inincluding but not limited to the Phenom and Phenom II processors.
Archived from the original on 9 July Eventually Socket replaced Socket A for Semprons. The Athlon 64 was originally codenamed ClawHammer by AMD,  and was referred to ahhlon such internally and in press releases.
All Athlon 64 Models
Core revisions “Venice” and “San Diego” succeeded all previous revisions on April 15, The onboard memory controller was not capable of running unbuffered non-registered memory in dual-channel mode at the time of release; as a stopgap measure, they introduced the Athlon 64 on Socketand brought out a non-multiprocessor version of the Opteron called the Athlon 64 FX, as a multiplier unlocked enthusiast part for Socketcomparable to Intel’s Pentium 4 Extreme Edition for the high end market.
These successors feature higher core counts per CPU, and implement Hypertransport 3. E3 Processor Core aka Venice at the Door”.
Athlon 64 FX Processor Review”. Consequentially, Socket F and Amx FX are incompatible and require different processors, chipsets, and motherboards. Death of the FX”.
Athlon 64 – Wikipedia
On June 1,AMD released new versions of both the ClawHammer and Atblon core revisions for the newly introduced Socketan altered Socket without the need for buffered memory. But since 34 is greater than 30, the ML is faster than the MT Early x86 bit Am This page was last edited on 27 Octoberat Archived from the original on As of FebruaryAthlon64 X2 processors were still available for sale.
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The Athlon architecture was further extended with the release of Athlon Neo processors on January 9, Athlon 64 also features CPU speed 64/fx/swmpron/turion technology branded Cool’n’Quieta feature similar to Intel’s SpeedStep that can throttle the processor’s clock speed back to facilitate lower power consumption and heat production. The Athlon 64 features an on-die memory controller,  a feature previously seen on only the Transmeta Crusoe.
Also, this marked the release of AMD-V. In simpler terms, the memory is always running at a set fraction of the CPU speed, with the divisor being a whole number. The Venice and San Diego models also incorporate dual stress liner technology  an amalgam of strained silicon and ‘squeezed silicon’, the 64/fx/sempron/turoon of which is not actually a technology co-developed with IBM.
Archived from the original on 12 July The model name is two letters, a dash, and a two digit number for example, ML Archived from the original on 21 May Archived from the original on 21 October Archived from the original on 10 June In the early months of the Athlon 64 lifespan, AMD could only producechips per month.