AMD Turion 64

Introduced: 2005-03-10

Description: Mobile AMD64 chips with 1MB of L2 cache built in a Socket 754 format. A low power version of Lancaster rated at 25 W may be planned for 2005-Q3. Replaces Oakville.

Type: Processors [Roadmap] [Timeline]

State: Released

Quick Specs

L2 cache1 MB
Process90 nm
Core speed2.0 - 2.2 GHz (3200+ - 3400+)
Power35 W
TypeMobile
CoreLancaster

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2005-03-14 AMD tweaks mobile chip roadmap: 'Lancaster' becomes Turion The Register [rm]

2005-03-14 AMD throws up dual core heavy roadmap The Inquirer [rm]

2005-03-10 AMD Processor Roadmap: March 10, 2005 AMD [rm]

2004-11-29 AMD roadmap puts dual cores later in 2005: AMD's latest roadmap puts dual core CPUs in the latter half of 2005, but its short on meaty details. Where does this leave Intel? Perhaps more comfortable than you might think. Ars Technica [rm]

2004-11-29 AMD Confirms 90nm Products Online, Promises More 90nm Chips Shortly: AMD's New Roadmap Cautious, but Still Forward Looking Xbit Labs [rm]

2004-11-24 AMD puts dual roadmap in place The Inquirer [rm]

2004-09-22 AMD begins ramping up 90nm CPUs for notebooks and desktops DigiTimes [rm]

2004-06-15 AMD publishes fresh roadmap The Inquirer [rm]

2004-06-14 AMD Processor Roadmap: June 14, 2004 AMD [rm]

2004-06-14 AMD to ship mobile Athlons, Semprons in Q3 The Register [rm]

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