Tuesday, March 1, 2011

AMD will show a new generation processors

According to sources from the network, AMD will provide processors with next-generation architecture, code-named Bulldozer, during CeBIT 2011. The event will be held in Hanover early next month.

The chips will be manufactured in 32nm technology, will receive additional functions for power management and special funds for improving the productivity of desktop computers.

Noted that platform Bulldozer, together with technology to effectively increase productivity Turbo Core Dynamic Acceleration, allow, if necessary, to increase the frequency of all cores at 500 MHz.

The new processors based on the architecture Bulldozer, will become part of the series Zambezi, by 4-8 cores for desktop computers with high performance. They will enter the market in the second quarter of this year. The price, however, is not yet known.

Expected mass production of servers and home computers Bulldozer to start the second half of this year and the number of nuclei of these products to reach up to 16

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