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List of AMD FX microprocessors

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AMD FX is a series of AMD microprocessors for personal computers. The following is a list of AMD FX brand microprocessors. Some APUs also carry an FX model name, but the term "FX" normally only refers to CPUs which are not just APUs with the iGPU disabled.

Features overview[edit]

"Pure" CPUs[edit]

CPU features table

APUs[edit]

APU features table

Desktop "pure" CPUs[edit]

Athlon 64 Family (90–130 nm)[edit]

These processors were the first AMD CPUs to use the "FX" designation and identified the chip as being higher-performance. The frequency multiplier was unlocked in these chips. See the comprehensive List of AMD Athlon 64 microprocessors

SledgeHammer Core (130 nm)[edit]

  • L1 cache: 64 kb + 64 kb (data + instruction)
  • L2 cache: 1024 kb (full speed)

Instruction sets: MMX, SSE, SSE2, Enhanced 3DNow!, NX bit, AMD64
Socket 940
FX-51 (2.2 GHz) and FX-53 (2.4 GHz)

ClawHammer Core (130 nm)[edit]

  • L1 cache: 64 kb + 64 kb (data + instruction)
  • L2 cache: 1024 kb (full speed)

Instruction sets: MMX, SSE, SSE2, Enhanced 3DNow!, NX bit, AMD64
Socket 939
FX-53 (2.4 GHz) and FX-55 (2.6 GHz)

SanDiego Core (90 nm)[edit]

  • L1 cache: 64 kb + 64 kb (data + instruction)
  • L2 cache: 1024 kb (full speed)

Instruction sets: MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, Enhanced 3DNow!, NX bit, AMD64, Cool'n'Quiet
Socket 939
FX-55 (2.6 GHz) and FX-57 (2.8 GHz)

Toledo Core (90 nm, dual-core)[edit]

  • L1 cache (per core): 64 kb + 64 kb (data + instruction)
  • L2 cache (per core): 1024 kb (full speed)

Instruction sets: MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, Enhanced 3DNow!, NX bit, AMD64, Cool'n'Quiet
Socket 939
FX-60 (2.6 GHz)

Windsor[1] Core (90 nm, dual-core)[edit]

  • L1 cache (per core): 64 kb + 64 kb (data + instruction)
  • L2 cache (per core): 1024 kb (full speed)

Instruction sets: MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, Enhanced 3DNow!, NX bit, AMD64, Cool'n'Quiet, AMD-V
Socket AM2
FX-62 (2.8 GHz)

Windsor Core (90 nm, dual-core, dual-processor)[edit]

  • L1 cache (per core): 64 kb + 64 kb (data + instruction)
  • L2 cache (per core): 1024 kb (full speed)

Instruction sets: MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, Enhanced 3DNow!, NX bit, AMD64, Cool'n'Quiet, AMD-V
Socket F
FX-70 (2.6 GHz), FX-72 (2.8 GHz), FX-74 (3.0 GHz)

Bulldozer Family (32 nm)[edit]

Bulldozer Core (Zambezi, 32 nm)[edit]

Further information: Bulldozer (microarchitecture)

"Zambezi" (32 nm SOI)

  • All models binned from 8 logical cores with simple OROCHI die production, in 938 pins µPGA package AM3+socket.
  • All AMD FX microprocessors are unlocked and overclockable.
  • Two Integers-Clusters (seen as logical cores from OS) in each Bulldozer Module.
  • 4 Bulldozer modules within FX-8 series, 3 in FX-6 series, and 2 in FX-4 series.
  • All models support: MMX(+), SSE1 - 2 - 3 - 3s - 4.1 - 4.2 - 4a, NX bit, AMD64, AMD-V, IOMMU,[2]AES, CLMUL, AVX, XOP, FMA4, F16C, ABM, Turbo Core 2.0, PowerNow!, ECC
  • All models support up to 4 DIMMs of DDR3 memory.
  • Transistors: ~1.6 billion (real node count)
  • Die size: 319 mm2 (real measured up size)
Model
number
Step.[Modules/FPUs]
Cores/threads
Clock frequency

(GHz)

CacheHyperTransport
clock

(GHz)

Multiplier2Core voltage

(V)

TDP

(W)

Release
date
Part number Release
price
(USD)[3]
Base Full-load
turbo
Half-load
turbo1
L2 L3

(MB)

Four-thread processors
4100 B2[2] 43.63.73.82 × 2 MB82.04–19×0.775–

1.425

952011

10/12

FD4100WMW4KGU$115
4120 3.94.04.14–20.5×2012Cancelled$122
4130[4]3.83.94.044–20×1252012

8/27

FD4130FRW4MGU$125
4150 B33.982.20.75–

1.40

95
125
2012FD4150WMW4KGU
FD4150FRW4MGU
$137
4170[5]B24.24.34.34–21.5×1252012

2/25

FD4170FRW4KGU$119
Six-thread processors
6100 B2[3] 63.33.63.93 × 2 MB82.04–19.5×0.775–

1.425

952011

10/12

FD6100WMW6KGU$165
6120 3.63.94.24–21×2012FD6120WMW6KGU$155
6130 3.83.94–19.5×FD6130FRW6KGU$157
6200[6][7]3.84.04.12.24–20.5×0.75–

1.40

1252012

2/25

FD6200FRW6KGU$150
Eight-thread processors
8100 B2[4] 82.83.13.74 × 2 MB82.04–18.5×0.775–

1.425

952011

10/30

FD8100WMW8KGU$185
8120 [8]3.14.04–20×2011

10/12

FD8120WMW8KGU
8120 3.40.775–

1.425

125FD8120FRW8KGU$205
8140 B33.23.64.12.24–20.5×952012FD8140WMW8KGU
8150 B23.63.94.24–21×1252011

10/12

FD8150FRW8KGU$245
8170 B33.94.24.54–22.5×0.75–

1.45

2012Cancelled$275

Piledriver Core (Vishera, 32 nm)[edit]

Further information: Piledriver (microarchitecture)

"Vishera" (32 nm SOI)

  • All models support: MMX(+), SSE1 - 2 - 3 - 3s - 4.1 - 4.2 - 4a, NX bit, AMD64, AMD-V, IOMMU,[2]AES, CLMUL, AVX, AVX 1.1, XOP, FMA3, FMA4, F16C, ABM, BMI1, TBM, Turbo Core 3.0., PowerNow!, EVP (Enhanced Virus Protection), ECC
Model
number
Step.[Modules/FPUs]
Cores/threads
Clock frequency(GHz) CacheHT

(GHz)

Multiplier2Core

voltage

(V)

DDR3

Mem.

Freq.

TDP

(W)

Release
date
Part number Release
price
(USD)
Base Full-load
turbo
Half-load
turbo1
L1 (Data + Instruction) L2 L3

(MB)

Four-thread processors
4300 C0[2] 4 3.83.9 4.0 4 × 16 KB + 2 × 64 KB2 × 2 MB42.07.0–

20.0×

0.8875–

1.4125

1866 952012

10/23

FD4300WMW4MHK$122
4320 4.04.2Nov 2012FD4320WMW4MHK
4350 4.24.3 87.0–

21.5×

0.8375–

1.4125

1252013

4/30

FD4350FRW4KHK$122
Six-Thread Processors
6300 C0[3] 6 3.53.8 4.1 6 × 16 KB + 3 × 64 KB3 × 2 MB82.07.0–

20.5×

0.9000–

1.4250

1866 952012

10/23

FD6300WMW6KHK$132
6330[9]3.64.2 7.0–

21.0×

2015FD6330WMW6KHK$110
6350 3.92.00.8750–

1.4250

1252013

4/30

FD6350FRW6KHK$132
Eight-thread processors
8300 C0[4] 8[10]3.33.6 4.2 8 × 16 KB + 4 × 64 KB4 × 2 MB82.27.0–

21.0×

0.8250–

1.3750

1866 952012

12/29

FD8300WMW8KHK$129
8310 3.43.7 4.3 7.0–

21.5×

0.8375–

1.4125

2014

9/2

FD8310WMW8KHK
FD8310WMHKSBX
$110
8320 3.5 4.0 7.0–

20.0×

0.9500–

1.4250

125 2012

10/23

FD8320FRW8KHK$169
8350 4.04.1 4.2 7.0–

21.0×

0.8750–

1.4250

FD8350FRW8KHK$195
8370 4.3 7.0–

21.5×

0.8625–

1.4250

2014

9/2

FD8370FRW8KHK$194
9370 4.44.77.0–

23.5×

2202013

7/6

FD9370FHHKWOF
FD9370FHHKWOX5
$576a
9590 4.7 5.0 7.0–

25.0×

0.8875–

1.5375

FD9590FHHKWOF
FD9590FHHKWOX5
$920a
Eight-thread processors, low power
8320E C0[4] 8 3.23.5 4.0 8 × 16 KB + 4 × 64 KB4 × 2 MB82.27.0–

20.0×

0.8375–

1.4125

1866 952014

9/2

FD832EWMW8KHK$142
8370E 3.3 3.6 4.3 7.0–

21.5×

0.8250–

1.3750

FD837EWMW8KHK$194
  • ^a The FX-9590 and FX-9370 originally launched as OEM exclusive parts which retailers listed for $920 and $576 respectively.[11] By October they were released to retail channels in a kit with a liquid cooler at $390 and $290.[12]

References[edit]

  1. ^ All models support AMD Turbo Core, v2.0 for BULLDOZER and v3.0 for PILEDRIVER.
  2. ^ The clock multiplier is applied to the 200 MHz HyperTransport base clock.
  3. ^ A line of Socket F and Socket AM2 processors launched in 2006 were named Athlon 64 FX, the first being the AMD FX-60.
  4. ^ A Line of Phenom FX processors was revealed May 2007 and was branded the "FASN8" platform.
  5. ^ Sold with a liquid cooling kit.

Notes[edit]

  • AMD later re-used the FX designation for some processors in its socket FM2/FM2+ APU lineup.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_AMD_FX_microprocessors

AMD FX-8350 Review & Specs

Series: Ryzen 9 5000 Series

Core Name: Vermeer

Socket: AM4

Integrated Graphics: None

CPU Cores: 16

CPU Threads: 32

CPU Clock Rate: 3400MHz

CPU Turbo Clock Rate: 4900MHz

TDP: 105W

CPU Cooler included:

Manufacturing Process: 7 nm

Maximum Supported Memory: 128GB

Cache L3: 64MB

Sours: https://pangoly.com/en/review/amd-fx-8350
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AMD FX

Series of high-end microprocessors by AMD

LaunchedMarch 2011
Marketed byAMD
Designed byAMD
Common manufacturer(s)
Max. CPUclock rate2.1 GHz to 5.0 GHz
Min. feature size32 nm to 28 nm
MicroarchitectureBulldozer, Piledriver
Instruction setAMD64/x86-64, MMX(+), SSE1, 2, 3, 3s, 4.1, 4.2, 4a, AES, CLMUL, AVX, XOP, FMA3, FMA4, CVT16/F16C, BMI1, ABM, TBM, AMD-V
Cores
  • 4/4(2/4), 6/6(3/6), 8/8(4/8) (Cores/Threads)
Socket(s)
Core name(s)
PredecessorPhenom II
Athlon II
SuccessorRyzen

AMD FX was a series of high-end AMD microprocessors for personal computers which debuted in 2011, claimed as AMD's first native 8-core desktop processor.[1] The line was introduced with the Bulldozer microarchitecture at launch (codename Zambezi), and was then succeeded by its derivative Piledriver in 2012 (codename Vishera).

The line aimed at competing with the Intel Core line of desktop processors, and in particular the Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge architectures.[2][3]

AMD's successor architecture, Zen, was released in 2017 under the Ryzen brand, replacing the FX series and competing with Intel's Skylake architecture.[4]

History[edit]

Prior to FX Launch[edit]

In the years prior to the AMD FX range of processors, the AMD Phenom II and Athlon II lineup of processors, while not beating Intel's Core lineup in raw performance, were generally competitive when their price was taken into account.[5][6] By the end of Phenom's lifespan, however, Intel's Sandy Bridge architecture could provide performance that Phenom II could not compete with.[7] Rumors suggested that the FX line would change that as leaked information suggested improved performance on the upcoming Bulldozer architecture that AMD FX was based on.[8]

FX Launch[edit]

The FX series launched on October 12, 2011, on the Bulldozer architecture. The launch lineup included the 4 core FX 4100 at $115,[9] the 6 core FX 6100 at $165,[10] and the 8 core FX 8120 at $205[11] and FX 8150 at $185.[11][12] The FX refresh on the Piledriver architecture launched on October 23, 2012. The launch lineup included the refreshed 4 core FX 4300 at $122, 6 core FX 6300 at $132, and 8 core FX 8320 at $169 and FX 8350 at $195.[13][14]

See also: List of AMD FX processors

Features[edit]

One notable feature of the AMD FX microprocessors is that they were all unlocked and overclockable, a feature usually reserved for the high-end K suffix SKUs from Intel. This allowed users to gain extra performance by raising the clock speed of their CPU.[15] The personal world record for highest overclock was achieved on an FX-8350, which was clocked up to 8794.33 MHz.[16]

  • 4 "Bulldozer cores" (dual-core modules) within FX-8 series, 3 in FX-6 series, and 2 in FX-4 series, with two integer clusters (seen as logical cores from OS) and a shared floating-point unit in each "Bulldozer core".
  • All models manufactured from 8 logical cores with simple Orochi die production, in 938 pins µPGA package AM3+socket.
  • All models support up to 4 DIMMs of DDR3 memory.

Unlike the majority of their Intel counterparts, FX chips offered no integrated graphics, a feature reserved for AMD's APU line of processors. Both Zambezi and Vishera used a module design containing two cores on one module.

Reception[edit]

Upon launch, the FX series was met with criticism from reviewers.[17] Due to multiple cores sharing common resources, most tasks were substantially slower on the FX lineup than the Intel Sandy Bridge equivalent. In many single-threaded applications, it was worse than the previous generation of Phenom II microprocessors.[17] The power consumption of the lineup, while not as poor as the Phenom II generation, was also worse than what Intel was providing at the time.[17] The Piledriver-based FX refresh in 2012 generally improved performance across the board by increasing clock speeds at similar power consumption levels,[18] but Intel's Ivy Bridge architecture was available and provided much better performance per watt and total performance to consumers.[19] With AMD only being responsible for 20% of consumer CPU sales in 2016,[20] Intel continued to gain market share in the industry during the lifespan of the FX series.[21]

Performance[edit]

The AMD FX line-up generally performed worse than its Intel competitors during its lifespan. The floating-point performance was relatively poor due to a single shared FPU per module. Most games also could not take advantage of the high core counts that the series provided. In applications that benefitted from more threads, AMD SKUs typically pulled ahead. This came at a great cost, however, as thermal efficiency was often worse than the previous generation of processors.[22] Updates to the architecture that came with the Piledriver revision allowed for higher clock speeds. This led to better performance, but that came with the cost of even higher thermal output on the high end, which can be seen with the FX 9590, which outputs 220 Watts of heat.[23]

Controversy[edit]

In 2015, AMD was accused of falsely advertising the core count of its FX lineup. The claim stated that because the FX series' cores shared common resources such as the FPU, AMD was falsely advertising its high core counts.[24] The company had to pay out $12.1 million to California residents who bought a high-end FX chip.[25]

Features table[edit]

CPU features table

Notes[edit]

  • AMD later re-used the FX designation for some processors in its socket FM2/FM2+ APU lineup.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^"AMD FX Processors". AMD FX Processors. Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. Retrieved 12 September 2015.
  2. ^Hruska, Joel (4 November 2013). "AMD vs. Intel, the ultimate gaming showdown: 5GHz FX-9590 vs. i7-4960X". extremetech.com. Retrieved 5 December 2016.
  3. ^"AMD Ships First "Bulldozer" Processors". Retrieved 2016-12-05.
  4. ^"AMD's Ryzen launches March 2, outperforming Intel's Core i7 at a fraction of the price". PCWorld. Retrieved 2017-08-12.
  5. ^Shimpi, Anand Lal. "AMD's Six-Core Phenom II X6 1090T & 1055T Reviewed". www.anandtech.com. Retrieved 2020-10-24.
  6. ^Shimpi, Anand Lal. "AMD Phenom II X4 940 & 920: A True Return to Competition". www.anandtech.com. Retrieved 2020-10-24.
  7. ^Shimpi, Anand Lal. "The Sandy Bridge Review: Intel Core i7-2600K, i5-2500K and Core i3-2100 Tested". www.anandtech.com. Retrieved 2020-11-14.
  8. ^Portnoy, Sean. "Performance info leaks about AMD's upcoming FX desktop CPUs, Llano APUs". ZDNet. Retrieved 2020-10-24.
  9. ^"AMD FX-Series FX-4100 - FD4100WMW4KGU / FD4100WMGUSBX". www.cpu-world.com. Retrieved 2020-11-15.
  10. ^"AMD FX-Series FX-6100 - FD6100WMW6KGU / FD6100WMGUSBX". www.cpu-world.com. Retrieved 2020-11-15.
  11. ^ ab"AMD adds a pair of new FX-series chips". The Tech Report. 2012-02-27. Retrieved 2020-11-15.
  12. ^"AMD FX-Series FX-8150 - FD8150FRW8KGU / FD8150FRGUBOX / FD8150FRGUWOX". www.cpu-world.com. Retrieved 2020-11-14.
  13. ^"AMD launches Piledriver-powered FX processors | bit-tech.net". bit-tech.net. Retrieved 2020-11-15.
  14. ^Mujtaba, Hassan (2012-10-23). "AMD FX-8350 Officially Priced at $195 US". Wccftech. Retrieved 2020-11-15.
  15. ^Torres, Gabriel (2 October 2013). "All AMD FX CPU Models". hardwaresecrets.com. Retrieved 6 December 2016.
  16. ^"CPU-Z Validator - World Records". valid.x86.fr. Retrieved 7 April 2019.
  17. ^ abcShimpi, Anand Lal. "The Bulldozer Review: AMD FX-8150 Tested". www.anandtech.com. Retrieved 2020-10-24.
  18. ^"AMD's FX-8350 analyzed: Does Piledriver deliver where Bulldozer fell short? - ExtremeTech". www.extremetech.com. Retrieved 2020-10-24.
  19. ^"AMD FX-8350 and FX-6300 Piledriver Review". TechSpot. Retrieved 2020-11-14.
  20. ^Burke, Steve. "GN Special Report: Intel vs. AMD Volume - AMD Moves 93% of CPU Sales to GN Readers". www.gamersnexus.net. Retrieved 2020-11-14.
  21. ^"Intel/AMD x86 computer CPU market share 2012-2020". Statista. Retrieved 2020-11-14.
  22. ^Schmid, Patrick; October 2011, Achim Roos 27. "AMD FX: Energy Efficiency Compared To Eight Other CPUs". Tom's Hardware. Retrieved 2020-10-24.
  23. ^"AMD FX-9590 Review". PCMAG. Retrieved 2020-10-24.
  24. ^"Important Documents | AMD". www.amdcpusettlement.com. Retrieved 2020-10-24.
  25. ^Gartenberg, Chaim (2019-08-28). "AMD to pay out $12.1 million in false advertising class action suit over Bulldozer chips". The Verge. Retrieved 2020-10-24.

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AMD_FX

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