Among the technologies included in the AMD V Series V120 are the 64-bit instruction set, 3DNow! and AMD-V for virtualization. However, the processor also has other extensions to the instruction set, including SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSE4a, and the MMX instructions. This benefits various applications, so that their execution is further accelerated.
Basically, however, the AMD V120 processor is also responsible for the performance of the calculation kernel. It uses a 2.2 GHz clock rate and has 512 KB L2 cache. The integrated memory controller operates at 533 MHz. Another advantage is the low power dissipation (TDP) of only 25 watts, which has a positive effect on notebooks in particular.
If you want to equip your notebook with the AMD V Series V120, first check whether the required socket S1 (S1g4) is available on the motherboard. You can easily take over the heat sink from the previous processor. Further instructions for commissioning are often provided by the manufacturer in the manual or maintenance guide.
|CPU Socket||Socket S1|
|Processor Clock||2.20 GHz|
|L1 Cache||64 KB instruction cache |
64 KB data cache
|L2 Cache||1x 512KB|
|Shared L2 Cache (shared by all cores)||No|
|Instruction Set Extensions||MMX instructions |
SSE / Streaming SIMD Extensions
SSE2 / Streaming SIMD Extensions 2
SSE3 / Streaming SIMD Extensions 3
AMD64 / AMD 64-bit technology
EPP / Enhanced Virus Protection
VT / Virtualization technology
|Delivery Content||1x Processor, no Cooler included, additional accessories not included|