AMD 1 to 2-Way Opteron 246 (2000MHz) 64Bit CPU

AMD 1 to 2-Way Opteron 246 (2000MHz), 64Bit CPU, 1024L2 Cache, Compatible with 32-Bit Code Base, Memory Controller, OEM

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Product Overview Compatible with Existing 32-Bit Code Base
• Including support for SSE, SSE2, MMX™, 3DNow!™ technology and legacy x86 instructions.
• Runs existing operating systems and drivers.
• Local APIC on-chip.

AMD 64-Bit Technology
• AMD’s 64-bit x86 instruction set extensions.
• 64-bit integer registers, 48-bit virtual addresses, 40-bit physical addresses.
• Eight new 64-bit integer registers (16 total).
• Eight new 128-bit SSE/SSE2 registers (16 total).

Integrated Memory Controller
• Low-latency, high-bandwidth.
• 144-bit DDR SDRAM at 100, 133, and 166 MHz.

HyperTransport™ Technology to I/O Devices
• Three links, 16-bits in each direction, each supports up to 1600 MT/s or 3.2 GB/s in each direction.
• Each link can connect to an I/O device or another processor.

64-Kbyte 2-Way Associative ECC-Protected L1 Data Cache
• Two 64-bit operations per cycle, 3-cycle latency.

64-Kbyte 2-Way Associative Parity-Protected L1 Instruction Cache
• With advanced branch prediction.

1024-Kbyte (1-Mbyte) 16-Way Associative ECC-Protected L2 Cache
• Exclusive cache architecture—storage in addition to L1 caches.

Machine Check Architecture
• Includes hardware scrubbing of major ECCprotected arrays.

Power Management
• Multiple low-power states.
• System Management Mode (SMM).
• ACPI 2.0 compliant.

Power Supplies
• VDD (core): 1.55-V at 52 Amps (max).
• VDDIO: 2.5-V at 2.9 Amps (max) for DDR SDRAM I/O.
• VLDT: 1.2-V at 1.5 Amps for HyperTransport™ technology interface.
• VTT: 1.25-V at 0.2 Amps required for 2.5-V I/Os.
• Target CPU Core Power: 80.6 Watts.
• Target Maximum Thermal Power: 84.7 Watts.

Electrical Interfaces
• HyperTransport technology: LVDS-Like differential, unidirectional.
• DDR SDRAM: SSTL_2 per JEDEC specification.
• Clock, reset, and test signals also use DDR SDRAM-like electrical specifications.

Packaging
• 940-pin lidded ceramic micro PGA.
• 1.27-mm pin pitch.
• 31x31 row pin array.
• 40mm x 40mm ceramic substrate.
• Ceramic C4 die attach.

This CPU is certified for SLI use: Please Click Here Features • Compatible with Existing 32-Bit Code Base.
• AMD 64-Bit Technology.
• Integrated low-latency, high-bandwidth Memory Controller.
• 64-Kbyte 2-Way Associative ECC-Protected L1 Data Cache.
• 64-Kbyte 2-Way Associative Parity-Protected L1 Instruction Cache.
• 1024-Kbyte (1-Mbyte) 16-Way Associative ECC-Protected L2 Cache.
• Multiple low-power states.
Specifications
Specifications
CPU Type Opteron 64
CPU Model  
Socket 940
Core  
Core Name  
Core Size 90 nm
Clock Speed 2.0 GHz
Turbo Speed N/A
Unclocked Core Multiplier No
Graphics Chipset  
Graphics Cores N/A
Graphics Clock N/A
FSB/HT Speed 1600MHz
Max. Memory Speed  
L1 Cache (Total)  
L2 Cache (Total) 1MB
L3 Cache (Total)  
Voltage 1.5 (V)
Wattage  
Max. Temperature  
Heatsink  
Package Type OEM
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Scan
Telephone:
01276 932318

Additional Notes:
1 year warranty, return to Scan subject to manufacturer's warranty.

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AMD 1 to 2-Way Opteron 246 (2000MHz) 64Bit CPU
AMD 1 to 2-Way Opteron 246 (2000MHz) 64Bit CPU