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     Bulldozer will be here in Q2 2011!
      Posted on 10/11/2010 at 11:49 by Marc
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    Still at its press conference for financial analysts, AMD gave more details on the launch date for its forthcoming Bulldozer processor. We can now expect to see it come onto the market in the second quarter of 2011 for desktop PCs, and in the third quarter for servers. As usual, we can expect the releases to come at the end of the quarter, or in June and September.




     New AMD 2012 Roadmaps
      Posted on 10/11/2010 at 11:38 by Marc
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    At its press conference for financial analysts, AMD published some new roadmaps for 2011 and 2012. Here’s the news for 2012:
    - Komodo will be a 32nm CPU with up to 10 Bulldozer cores, against 8 at best for the 32nm Zambezi planned for 2011. Komodo has been designed for high-end desktop platforms.

    - Trinity will be a 32nm APU with 2 to 4 Bulldozer cores and a DirectX 11 GPU. It will replace the 32nm Llano coming out in 2011, which will have 2 to 4 K10 type cores and a DX11 GPU. Trinity has been designed for mid-range desktop PCs and high-end laptops.

    - Krishna and Wichita will be 28nm APUs with 2 to 4 improved Bobcat cores and a DX11 GPU, against 1 to 2 cores and a DX11 GPU for the Ontarios and 40nm Zacates for 2011. They have been designed for reduced format PCs and ultra-portables and netbooks.

    - Terramar and a 32nm CPU designed for 2P and 4P servers. It will have up to 20 Bulldozer cores, against 16 for the 32nm Interlagos planned for 2011.

    - Sepang, designed for 1P and 4P servers, will have up to 10 Bulldozer cores, against 8 for the 32nm Valencia for 2011.
    On the graphics roadmap, Komodo is given as an 8-core CPU with a DX11 GPU. This is presumably a typo.




     The Radeon HD 6990, Q1 2011
      Posted on 10/11/2010 at 11:27 by Marc
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    Initially planned for this quarter, the Radeon HD 6990 is now unlikely to see the light of day before the first quarter of 2011. Code name Antilles, this solution is based on two Cayman GPUs, those which will also be used on the forthcoming Radeon HD 6970 and 6950, slated for the end of this month.


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