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  • AMD Sempron 2100+ with TDP of 9W

    Has anyone used the AMD Sempron 2100+ (fanless) with a TDP of 9W (Socket S1) processor ? [Press Release / PDF]
    I have found two designations for it:
    - SDC2100HAX3CM on CPU-world
    - SMF2100HAX3DQE on Wikipedia

    It runs at 1000Mhz, has 128KB L1 cache and 256KB L2, and most interestingly has a TDP of 9W and is designed for passive cooling although active wouldn't be out of the question.
    Basic searching has revealed a price of just under $100USD but I havent found anywhere which actually has it in stock, nor have I found any place which has tested or reviewed it.

    Has anyone here had a chance to play with it or know anything more about it than AMD's press release, the Wikipedia page or CPU-World page on it ?

    Cheers,

    orGSD

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    I have an AMD Geode Socket A 14 watt processor that runs at 1.4 Ghz, 266 fsb. With a single 80mm 5 volt fan blowing in it, it never goes above 29C.

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      Is that single fan simply in the case/enclosure or is it attached to the heatsink proper? If the former, do you have a "standard" passive heatsink with lots of fins, or is it something special?
      Thank you for sharing your experience!

      Cheers,

      orGSD

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