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Friday, 31 August 2012 09:01

AMD Vishera six cores detailed

Written by Fuad Abazovic



FX 6300 series


AMD will launch three eight-core processors led by the AMD FX 8350 but it also plans to launch two six-core processors for people who like to spend a bit less.

The AMD FX6350 is a 125W six-core with a 3.9GHz base clock and 4.2 maximum turbo core clock. It comes with 14MB of cache, supports DDR 3 1866 and comes in AM3+. Naturally this is a 32nm SOI product just as its predecessor as AMD is not ready for 22nm fun yet.

The runner up is a 3.5GHz clocked six core that turbos to 4.1GHz, all that while staying in 95W TDP envelope. The name is FX 6300 and these two boys should launch together. The rest of the specification is the same as with faster brother. These two processors will replace the Zambezi based FX 6120 and FX 6100. These parts as well as FX 6200 that is also a part of Zambezi legacy are all selling between €120 and €150 which is definitely not a lot of money for quite powerful processors.

The launch of Vishera eight, six and quad cores is expected in early Q4, sometime in October, but bear in mind these parts have been delayed before.

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