AMD Athlon XP 2600

$50.00 Released August, 2002

Product Shot 1The AMD Athlon XP 2600 is a desktop processor, one of several Thoroughbred-based models released in mid-2002 and today generally obsolete. Thoroughbred was the successor to Palomino, and introduced 130nm manufacturing to the Athlon line.

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The single-core XP 2600 clocks in at 2.13 GHz, with a front side bus speed of 266 MT/s. A Barton-core version of the 2600 is also available, and it features a 333MT/s FSB and 512KB L2 cache, but a 1.92GHz core. For the B version, thermal design power is rated at 68.3 W. All models support MMX, SSE, and Enhanced 3DNow! technology.


  • Single core
  • 130nm manufacturing
  • 1.92/2.13 GHz
  • 128 KB L1 cache
  • 256/512 KB L2 cache
  • 266 or 333 MT/s FSB
  • 68.3 W TDP
  • Socket A
  • MMX
  • SSE
  • Enhanced 3DNow!

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