AMD used IFA to tell us a bit more about their forthcoming Fusion processors, production of which should begin this year for launch at the beginning of 2011. AMD has published a photo of the die, with the connection layer for pins, which makes it quite unusual, as well as a photo of the low consumption version beside a one euro coin. This first APU will, to recap, be made up of two Bobcat cores and a DirectX 11 graphics part derived from the Radeon HD 5000s.
Two models will be launched: Zacate, with a TDP of 18w, and Ontario which will have a TDP of 9w. The Ontario is of course destined for netbooks and SFF desktops, while the Zacate will equip laptops and less compact desktops.