AMD Sempron


From the word derived Semper (Latin for "always"), AMD Sempron processors operated with since 2004, mainly the lower price segment. This will allow particularly economical and cheap computing systems, but which nevertheless provide enough power for everyday work or even casual games. The brand name is still used today by AMD and now stretches over several micro-architectures, so care should be taken when buying particular attention to the appropriate properties. We offer various used processors,... more...
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From the word derived Semper (Latin for "always"), AMD Sempron processors operated with since 2004, mainly the lower price segment. This will allow particularly economical and cheap computing systems, but which nevertheless provide enough power for everyday work or even casual games. The brand name is still used today by AMD and now stretches over several micro-architectures, so care should be taken when buying particular attention to the appropriate properties. We offer various used processors, whether for laptop or desktop PC with which you can perform an upgrade of your system quickly and conveniently especially.

CPU Overview

Sempron (K7 architecture)

The first models were produced for the Socket A. These do not support 64-bit operating systems and have a core. This provides the strongest model (3300 +) 2.2 Ghz and has a power consumption of 62 W, which is still in good funds today. In terms of performance, these models are only recommended if an older system to be repaired, as eg certain applications are not compatible with a new operating system.

Sempron (K8 architecture)

These CPUs were initially made ??without support nor 64-bit. This should be particularly taken into account when buying a model for the Socket 754. In the models for Socket 939, AM2 and S1 (mobile sector) but this is consistently available. Power Technically, the maximum core frequency remains at around 2.2 GHz, and the thermal power loss varies from 25 to 65 W. Under the name Sempron X2 are also dual-core variants of these models. Unless a high performance demands are made with these models also use a more current operating system is possible, such as Windows 7 32-bit.

Sempron 140/145/150

Settled in the entry level have these CPUs up to 2.9 GHz, and consume a maximum of 45 W in daily operation. They were developed for the newer socket AM3 and support both 64-bit applications as well as virtualization without restrictions. It is, however, exclusively to single-core CPUs, the power may be sufficient but for many applications. Especially with draw the offer little benefit from multi-core processors applications, the difference may turn out vanishingly small.

Sempron 3850/2650

Only since April 2014 available, these processors have four and two cores and an integrated HD 8280 or HD 8240 GPU. Their power consumption is very low at 25 W, but the clock speed is only at around 1.4 GHz. The main advantage here is that not only an economical system is possible, but also a smaller form factor, since no separate graphics card is required. These models are manufactured AM1 for the base.