Q&A with AMD about Torrenza

Posted on Monday, Jun 05 2006 @ 15:14 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
TG Daily had an interview with AMD's VP Randy Allen about how Torrenza will open up the processor:
It may be a little premature to say this changes everything, but the potential is certainly there. With HyperTransport expansion slots already a part of AMD's second phase of Torrenza implementation - the first phase of which will launch in the latter part of this year - we could see physics processors, storage network connections, and conceivably even graphics processors moving off of PCI Express and onto HyperTransport (HTX), in a much smaller form factor with considerably less power consumption.
You can read it over here.


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