Core revisions “Venice” and “San Diego” succeeded all previous revisions on April 15, 2005. Venice, the lower-end part, was produced for both Sockets 754 and 939, and included 512 KB of L2 cache. San Diego, the higher-end chip, was produced only for Socket 939 and doubled Venice’s L2 cache to 1 MB. On April 21, 2005, less than a week after the release of Venice and San Diego, AMD announced its next addition to the Athlon 64 line, the Athlon 64 X2. The Athlon 64 had been maligned by some critics for some time because of its lack of support for DDR2 SDRAM, an emerging technology that had been adopted much earlier by Intel. 11 columns instead of conventional 10 columns, and the support of 16 KB page size, with at most 2048 individual entries supported. The Athlon architecture was further extended with the release of Athlon Neo processors on January 9, 2009.
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Based on the same architecture as the other Athlon 64 variants, the new processor features a small package footprint targeting Ultra-portable notebook market. The Athlon 64 features an on-die memory controller, a feature previously seen on only the Transmeta Crusoe. As the memory controller is integrated onto the CPU die, there is no FSB for the system memory to base its speed upon. In simpler terms, the memory is always running at a set fraction of the CPU speed, with the divisor being a whole number.
AMD attempted, with some success, to make this an industry standard. It was also useful in building multi-processor systems without additional glue chips. Windows XP Service Pack 2 and future versions of Windows, Linux 2. 8 and higher and FreeBSD 5. 3 and higher is also included, for improved protection from malicious buffer overflow security threats.