AMD mobile processor roadmap for H2 2006 and H1 2007

Posted on Thursday, Apr 06 2006 @ 01:45 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Here's the mobile CPU roadmap of AMD for the second half of this year and the first half of next year. One of the new features that will appear next year is the 100MHz Granularity. Basically it's optimized power management that increases/decreases the clock frequency in 100MHz/sec to enhance power savings.

Models H2 2006 H1 2007
Turion 64 Taylor
(90nm, Socket S1, Dual Core, Rev. F, 2 x 512KB L2, DDR2 667, EVP, DMX, AMD-v, 35W TDP)

TL-60 (2.0GHz/512KB x2)
TL-56 (1.8GHz/512KB x 2)
TL-52 (1.6GHz/512KB x 2)
TL-50 (1.6GHz, 256KB x 2)

Tyler
(65nm, Socket S1, Dual Core, Rev. G, 512KB x 2, DDR2 800, 100MHz Granularity, 35W TDP)

Mobile Sempron Keene
(90nm, Socket S1, Rev. F, 2 x 512KB L2, DDR2 667, EVP, DMX, AMD-v, 25W TDP)

3500+(1.8GHz/512KB L2)
3400+(1.8GHz/256KB L2)
3200+(1.6GHz/512KB L2)

Sherman
(65nm, Socket S1, Rev. G, 2 x 512KB L2, DDR2 800, 100MHz Granularity, 25W TDP)
Mobile Athlon 64 X2 Trinidad
(90nm, Socket AM2, Dual Core, Rev. F, 2 x 1MB/512KB L2, DDR2 667, EVP, DMX, AMD-v, 62W TDP)


Source: VR-Zone.


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