The AMD V Series V160 is an entry-level processor designed primarily for notebooks. In some cases it is also called Sempron V160. The used CPU can be used, among other things, to repair a mobile device, although of course upgrades are conceivable. Technically, it works without restrictions.
In the performance of the AMD V Series V160 plays mainly the core with its 2.4 GHz clock frequency, the main role. There is also a 64 KB cache for instructions and data, as well as a 512 KB L2 cache. Thus, the CPU can be easily used in simple applications, e.g. Web applications or office activities belong.
In addition, the AMD V160 CPU supports the SSE, SSE2, SSE3, and SSE4a instruction set extensions. Likewise, the processor controls the AMD64 technology and provides VT technology for virtualization. As a memory DDR3 RAM can be used, and this is also specified according to the motherboard.
Of course, if you want to use the AMD V Series V160 CPU in your notebook, you should first check the compatibility. For this purpose, the service manual of the terminal is best suited, which lists all supported components. In addition, there are usually detailed information to find how the used processor should be used and put into operation.
64 KB Instruction Cache
64 KB Data Cache
|Shared L2 Cache (shared by all cores)
|Instruction Set Extensions
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
||1x Processor, no Cooler included, additional accessories not included