Sempron

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Sempron

AMD's value line of CPU chips, which compete with Intel's Celeron line. Introduced as 32-bit chips in 2004, Semprons initially replaced AMD's Duron CPUs, and the Mobile Sempron was made for laptops. Available today in two- and four-core 64-bit models, the Sempron line designated 1xx are lower-power CPUs, while the 2xx models have higher clock rates. See AMD.
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The following AMD Sempron processors are available in both socket 939 and AM2: AMD Sempron 64 3000+, 3200+, 3400+, 3500+ and 3600+ processors.