What is an AMD Athlon 64 x2?

Answer A computer's central processing unit performs the instructions that a program gives the system. A dual-core processor contains two processing cores on one chip, which are able to process informatio... Read More »

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What Are the Differences Between the AMD Athlon 64 X2 and the AMD Athlon X2?

The Athlon 64 X2 and the Athlon X2 are both microprocessors that the California-based company, AMD, Inc., designed for use in desktop computers. As microprocessors, both the Athlon 64 X2 and the At... Read More »

Does an Athlon X2 fit in an Athlon XP socket?

The AMD Athlon X2 does not fit in the same socket as the Athlon XP processor. The Athlon XP requires a Socket A motherboard, while the Athlon X2 requires a Socket AM2+ motherboard. Some motherboard... Read More »

What is the AMD Athlon X2?

The AMD Athlon X2 is a processor line by AMD, and the company's first dual-core CPU designed for home use. AMD branded early models as "Athlon 64 X2," but dropped the "64" designation when all CPUs... Read More »

What is an Athlon X2?

The AMD Athlon X2 is a dual-core processor, or central processing unit, also known as CPU, that is found inside some types of computers. It consists of two Athlon 64 single-core processors that are... Read More »