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Discussion in 'AMD Processors' started by rcf1987, Aug 20, 2004.
Umm... well considering architechtures change very slowly, It would have to be the XP's. Please try and elaborate on how we may help you.
well I have 2 xps a 2400 and a 2600 and I was wondering wich has more features such as sse, sse2, 3dnow, hypertransport etc...
they would have the same. HT are fore the a64
i belevie those chips dont have sse2.
Uhh, the A64 processors have SSE2. They've got most of the media instructions, if not all (MMX, SSE, SSE2, 3DNOW!, 3DNOW!+).
i never said they didnt have see2. and i know that they do
the 2400 and 2600 he was reffering to dont have see2
All the Athlon XP's have almost identical architecture.
The Socket 754 Sempron is based on the K8 core, isn't it? It's not part of the AMD64 family, officially, though it shares like 99% of the features with AMD64 series processors. Kind of a cop out answer, I'd say.
Otherwise I would have to say that the Barton core was the next most advanced.