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Thursday, 24 June 2010 10:31

Fusion with 9W TDP possible

Written by Fuad Abazovic
fusion

Dual core and GPU

There is a hint that the future low power Ontario Fusion part might come in more than one iteration. The latest info we managed to gather indicates that the dual-core Ontario with its graphics can hit an amazing 9W TDP.

This can give you quite a good idea that Ontario will most likely go after the Atom market and even less than 9W TDP would be possible, but in that case you will have to turn ATI graphics off.

Ontario should come in dual and single core iteration and there will also be an embedded version of the chip. These TDP values are great for a dual-core Fusion as they are touching Atom N550 dual-core 1.5GHz TDPs. This particular Intel’s Atom have 8.5W TDP while AMD’s Ontario is supposed to have 9W with obviously better graphics inside.

As for the launch date, we can only say it is sometime in 2011, we don’t have any closer date than that.

Last modified on Thursday, 24 June 2010 10:39
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+13 #1 Serge 2010-06-24 12:59
CULV-killer?
 
 
+8 #2 Alexko 2010-06-24 13:23
We've known for ages that Bobcat is a 1-10W design, which means that Ontario can scale from 2W to 20W, plus whatever the GPU and memory controller draw.

We even know that Bobcat cores are sub-1W capable.

This is not news, especially with the "hints" and "mights" and so forth.
 
 
0 #3 anno 2010-07-01 12:51
For some more detail on this and also Llano, see this handy chart:

http://www.softnology.biz/work/fusion_details.png

The interesting bit is that there's a 9W 1-2 core and an 18W 1-2 core part. Given the large difference, this could indicate that the 9W doesn't have a GPU. That's pure speculation though.
 

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