AMD AM2 4200+ Vs. AMD 939 4200+ CPU'sBosco - October 21, 2006
Installation of a new Processor is considered somewhat of a hassle, as people are often afraid of the dreaded ‘oops’. When installing a new processor, it is useful to lay the computer (or in this case the motherboard) down on a non-static surface, as well as somewhere where static is not an issue, such as a tiled or hardwood floor. Installing the new CPU is simply lifting the lever on the ZIF socket, placing the processor into the socket, taking note of matching the keys (little triangle on the CPU, matched with the little triangle on the ZIF socket) and then closing the lever locking your new CPU in place.
|Processor||AMD Athlon™ 64 X2 Dual-Core|
|Ordering P/N (Tray)||ADA4200IAA5CU|
|Ordering P/N (PIB)||ADA4200CUBOX|
|L1 Cache||128KB x2|
|L2 Cache||512KB x2|
|CMOS Technology||90nm SOI|