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AMD prepping quad-core Opteron Suzuka CPUs

Posted on Friday, July 03 2009 @ 19:20:46 CEST by

AMD revealed they will soon debut three quad-core "Suzuka" Opteron processors for single-socket systems. These new chips will use Socket AM3 and will be compatible with existing AM2(+) motherboards that support the Budapest processor.
Suzuka shares the same die design as Shanghai (Opteron) and Deneb (Phenom II). It features four x86-64 processing cores on a monolithic die, with 512 KB of L2 cache per core, and a shared 6 MB L3 cache. Dual DDR2/DDR3 memory controllers work in ganged or unganged dual-channel modes. Currently three models are ready, the 2.50 GHz Opteron 1381, 2.70 GHz Opteron 1385, and 2.90 GHz 1389. These chips are specified to come with system bus speeds of 2200 MT/s (HyperTransport bus actual speed of 1100 MHz). All three models come with a rated TDP of around 115 W, and is built on the 45 nm SOI process. Opteron 1381 is priced at US $189, Opteron 1385 at $229, and Opteron 1389 at $269.



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