AMD 65nm processor roadmap unveiled

Posted on Thursday, Nov 16 2006 @ 03:02 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
AMD's upcoming 65nm Brisbane processors will arrive in December, four models will be shipped that month and two higher clocked models will follow in Q2 2007.

The company will also release three Brisbane Energy Efficient processors in Q2 2007 and a higher clocked model in Q3 2007. These models use 35W - 30W less than the normal Brisbane processors which will ship next month.

In January 2007 we'll see the launch of two single-core Lima processors, a 200MHz higher clocked model will follow in the second quarter.

The cheap Sempron processors will also receive an update to the 65nm process with the Sparta core. These chips will be available in the second quarter of next year with a thermal design power of 35W.

Check it out over at DailyTech to get more details about the model numbers, clockspeeds, TDPs and cache sizes of these chips.


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