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     A few details on the X79
      Posted on 02/05/2011 at 18:38 by Guillaume
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    VR-Zone has just published a few details on the Intel X79 chipset. To recap, this chipset will be dedicated to the Intel socket 2011 platform which will replace the current and aging X58/socket 1366 platform.

    The Sandy Bridge-Es will introduce several innovations, starting with PCI Express 3.0 support on 40 lanes as well as a quadruple channel memory controller. VR-Zone details the specifications of three SKUs which should be on sale as of September:
    • Sandy Bridge EE: 6 cores, HT, 3.3 GHz, 15 MB of L3 cache
    • Sandy Bridge E2: 6 cores, HT, 3.2 GHz, 12 MB of L3 cache
    • Sandy Bridge E1: 4 cores, HT, 3.6 GHz, 10 MB of L3 cache
    Note that the Sandy Bridge E1 is likely to be more limited in terms of overclocking even if we’re still waiting for full details on this. Note that although these specs have been confirmed, Intel is once again operating heavy segmentation.


    Looking at the X79 chipset, VR-Zone say that there will be no fewer than ten SAS compatible Serial ATA 6 Gbps ports (to recap, the Patsburg chipset is a server chipset which the X79 is derived from) and four Serial ATA 4 Gbps ports. A PCI Express 3.0 4x uplink is also reported to be dedicated exclusively to Serial ATA transfers between the chipset and the processor. USB 3.0 still hasn’t been included and motherboards will still need a dedicated USB 3.0 controller. The first X79 motherboards should be unveiled at Computex at the beginning of June. This truly high end platform will come on stream in the autumn.



     The Llano IGP will be called…
      Posted on 02/05/2011 at 17:08 by Guillaume
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    The Radeon HD 6550, or at least that’s what DonanimHaber reckon with the publication of an AMD slide. To recap, AMD will launch two new ranges of processor this summer, on the one hand the Bulldozer/Zambezis at the high end and on the other Llano, the 32nm APU engraved at GlobalFoundries which will be positioned between the Bulldozers and current entry level APUs from the beginning of the year.


    AMD is highlighting the fact that its transistor budget is weighted more heavily to the graphics side than solutions such as Sandy Bridge, on which, according to AMD, the majority of the die budget goes on x86 cores. Clocked at 594 MHz the Llano graphics architecture will have 80 groups of vec5 processing units (equivalent to the Radwood/HD 5570 here).

    In addition AMD will offer the option of using a hybrid Crossfire mode for the Llanos and the Radeon HD 6570 and 6670 (the Turks launched a few days ago).


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