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AMD conferma il 10 core ''Komodo'' per il mercato desktop entro il 2012

amd-logoAMD conferma ufficialmente la versione 10 core "Komodo" composta dall'architettura Bulldozer di seconda generazione.




Il processo produttivo rimarrà sempre il 32nm SOI e la presentazione è prevista per il 2012, non è tuttavia specificato il periodo. Di seguito il comunicato ufficiale :


AMD Public Roadmap Updates 

AMD also announced several notable updates to its 2012 roadmaps including: 
-- "Krishna" and "Wichita": Two and four-core 28nm APUs based on the
next-generation sub-one watt "Bobcat" CPU cores and a DirectX
11-capable GPU, designed for the tablet, notebook, HD netbook, and
desktop form-factors;
-- "Trinity": a 32nm APU based on AMD's next-generation "Bulldozer" CPU
cores and a DirectX 11-capable GPU, designed for mainstream and
high-performance desktops and notebooks;
-- "Komodo": a 32nm CPU featuring up to 10 AMD "Bulldozer" CPU cores
designed for high-performance and enthusiast desktops;
-- "Terramar" and "Sepang": Two new 32nm CPUs for the server market based
on AMD's "Bulldozer" CPU core. Targeted for the enterprise, mainstream
market "Terramar" will scale up to 20 cores while "Sepang" is designed
for the cost-optimized, energy efficient market and will scale up to
10 CPU cores.

Fonte AMD