AMD Mobile Sempron 3000+ - 1.80 GHz Processor - SMN3000BIX2BA - Socket 754 - 1-Core

Condition: Refurbished by manufacturer

€ 8,16 Net: (€ 6.86)
incl. 19% VAT , plus shipping costs
Available immediately
delivery time: 10.11.2021 - 19.11.2021
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The AMD Mobile Sempron 3000+ processor is aimed at a variety of mobile devices, but is particularly found in notebooks. Corresponding devices can therefore easily be repaired or upgraded with the CPU. The used processor was additionally overhauled by the manufacturer. So it is fully functional and can be used directly after receipt.

As is typical for CPUs, the 1.8 GHz computing core is also the basis for the AMD Mobile Sempron 3000+. The core also has 128 KB of L2 cache available to quickly store various data and keep it available for further use. Ultimately, the processor is thus suitable for various applications of everyday life.

The maximum power loss of the AMD Mobile Sempron 3000+ is 62 watts (TDP), although this is only achieved under full load. In addition, the production was carried out in 90 nm process. The scope of delivery does not include a cooling unit, as it is always adapted to the respective terminal. Just take it over completely from the previously used processor.

At AMD, the Mobile Sempron 3000+ can also be found under the model number SMN3000BIX2BA. This may also be found in the manual for the notebook, which quickly establishes compatibility. However, the socket 754 on the motherboard is in any case a prerequisite to use the processor.
General
DescriptionAMD Mobile Sempron 3000+ - 1.80GHz Processor - SMN3000BIX2BA - Socket 754 - 1-Core
Product Typeprocessor
Processor TypeAMD Mobile Sempron 3000 +
number. the cores1
Processor.1
clock1.80 GHz
Clock Multiplier9
CacheL2 128 KB
SocketSocket 754
Core SteppingDH-D0
Lithography90 nm
Max TDP62 W
Other
delivery1x CPU, no cooler included, other accessories not included

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