The AMD Athlon II P360 is an entry level dual core processor for laptops. Compared to the faster Phenom II and Turion II processors of 2010, the Athlon II P360 features only a 64 Bit FPU (Floating Point Unit), and not 128 Bit as the Athlon II Desktop.
The Athlon II P360 offers an integrated DDR3-1066 (or 800 according to Wikipedia) dual-channel memory controller and a 1.6 GHz HyperTransport 3.0 link (HT3200) to the chipset.
The performance of the Athlon P360 is somewhere between a 1.9 - 2.3 GHz Pentium processor with 1 MB Level 2 Cache.
The Athlon II P360 is similar to the Athlon II N330 except for the lower TDP rating. Therefore, it is also suited for smaller laptops (e.g. 13").
AMD Athlon II
Front Side Bus
Level 1 Cache
Level 2 Cache
Number of Cores / Threads
2 / 2
Max. Power Consumption (TDP = Thermal Design Power)