DigiTimes says AMD will debut two new low-power processors for the low-cost PC market in November.
The Athlon 2650e will have a core frequency of 1.6GHz and TDP f 15W, while the Athlon X2 3250e will have a core frequency of 1.5GHz and TDP of 22W. The two CPUs will be fabbed on a 65nm process and will only be provided to OEM customers (initially), mainly for use in 2-3 liter desktop PCs.
AMD has already negotiated with vendors including Asustek Computer, Acer and Shuttle, with products expected to show up on the market in December.
In additional news, AMD is also planning to launch a triple-core Phenom X3 8850 CPU using a 65nm process in early October. The CPU will feature a core frequency of 2.5GHz and a maximum TDP of 95W. The company will also launch a new Black Edition CPU in December.