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"AMD expands embedded line with Sempron 2100+ processor with 9W power envelope"

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AMD expands embedded line with Sempron 2100+ processor with 9W power envelope.

Advanced Micro Devices has set about expanding on its embedded platform by including the new AMD Sempron 2100+ and the AMD Geode LX 800@0.9W processor, the latter which can now support designs to be deployed in harsh temperature environments.

The AMD Sempron 2100+ offers fanless system design and incorporates AMD64 technology in a 9W power envelope. This processor will provide particular advantages for designers focused on delivering high performance and functionality in single board computing and embedded client systems and is compatible with the recently announced AMD M690T chipset. It also features the high shock and vibration specification Socket S1, offering high reliability for ruggedized computing, according to the company.

One of the key benefits of bringing AMD64 technology into the 9W envelope is that it allows partners to standardize on a common CPU development platform across embedded, desktop, notebook, and sever product lines; and also enables partners to future-proof their designs while beginning the transition to 64-bit software development, highlighted sources at AMD.

Extended temperature support can be particularly critical in extreme computing environments. Applications such as telecommunications infrastructure (including wired, wireless and MSB/MSC), single board computing, automotive and transportation systems, and industrial control and monitoring often require temperature support in the -40 to +85-degrees Celsius range, which can now be supported with the AMD Geode LX 800@0.9W processor.

There is no doubt of the benefits that these new embedded processors will bring to the party. Defense Departments will also be likely to invest here...

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30-05-2007, 14:47:27

:edited out:

30-05-2007, 18:40:25

the motherboard you specced seems to be lesser to the evga 680i board. that seems to run alot better but nothing is close to the p5k for quad cores

03-06-2007, 04:27:48

Okay, well I'm still looking at the motherboards. Could you please tell me the actual difference between the p5k chips?

03-06-2007, 10:00:08

you will probably get free postage, and if you see the kit anywhere else cheaper, they will price match in 99% of cases.

Its well worth it as their service is really good too. :D

03-06-2007, 11:17:43


03-06-2007, 11:21:08

how can you have a 80mhz????? refresh rate

04-06-2007, 06:11:57

hi, i dont know what kind of deal you have in mind? i cannot really reduce the price of the components but i can offer you a free delivery service on the order.

let us know how you wish to proceed.

04-06-2007, 11:29:15


04-06-2007, 16:36:58

Deal sorted. Half price postage on GFX card.

Thanks :). Haven't got it yet :(. But should be here later today.

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