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Tuesday, 10 August 2010 09:46

New AMD parts listed and coming

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Semprons, Athlons, Phenoms, the lot
AMD has started shipping two new no thrills processors, but a couple of more interesting parts are still on the way.

The new Sempron 145 is the fastest Sargas single-core to date, with a 2.8GHz clock and a price tag of around €35.

The Phenom II X2 560 Black Edition is a bit more interesting. It is a Callisto-based dual core clocked at 3.3GHz. It packs 1MB of L1 and 6MB of L3 cache and has an 80W TDP. At 3.3GHz, it’s the fastest AMD dual-core and one of the highest clocked AMD parts in general. It costs €100 and it has an unlocked multiplier.

The Athlon II X3 450 is AMD’s latest triple-core and it seems like a rather good deal. This Rana-based part is clocked at 3.2GHz, it has 1.5MB of L2 cache and no L3 cache whatsoever. It has a 95W TDP and it’s listed at €86 which sounds more than reasonable.

There’s also a new six-core on the way. The 1075T is based on the Thuban core, however, it’s not inhabited by smug cats and it won't try to destroy the earth. It’s clocked at 3.0GHz, has a 125W TDB, but we still don’t have the price.
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+14 #1 xaira 2010-08-10 13:12
points for futurama reference
 
 
+2 #2 Jaberwocky 2010-08-10 14:14
1075T is probably going to be £175.I have the 1055T and it cost me £155.So by a leap of logic that is scary, you take the zero out of the Part Code and that is the resultant price. Simples 8)
 
 
0 #3 nele 2010-08-10 14:32
Quoting Jaberwocky:
1075T is probably going to be £175.I have the 1055T and it cost me £155.So by a leap of logic that is scary, you take the zero out of the Part Code and that is the resultant price. Simples 8)


Good point. Maybe they'll rebrand it for the EU and US markets... :-*
 
 
+6 #4 Decembermouse 2010-08-10 15:17
You made me smile with the Futurama reference. You just earned yourself 10 internets.
 
 
+2 #5 Haberlandt 2010-08-10 18:42
It's always nice to see new things coming out while the old ones turn more affordable. I want something like a 435 as my new processor.

Btw, where's the Futurama reference? I don't watch it in english :(
 
 
0 #6 nele 2010-08-11 01:24
Quoting Haberlandt:
It's always nice to see new things coming out while the old ones turn more affordable. I want something like a 435 as my new processor.

Btw, where's the Futurama reference? I don't watch it in english :(


Last episode... Darn katz something... The obnoxious cats are from a planet called Thuban 9... I think... ;-)
 

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