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AMD Ontario to be a 40nm Fusion part

Posted on Thursday, September 17 2009 @ 00:35:46 CEST by

FUD Zilla reports AMD's Ontario will be a 40nm Fusion chip:
If it's non-native, we are talking about Arrandale and Clarkdale a la AMD. This would mean that you just put two dies together on the same chip, eg. CPU in 45nm and GPU in 40nm. The second theory is that this chip is native and that AMD plans to convert its existing CPU dual-core architecture to 40nm which sounds like a tough job and a hard task to accomplish.

Ontario is a value dual-core with an integrated GPU, DDR3 and DDR3L 1.35V support and comes in BGA package, all part of Brazos value platform. All in all Ontario will be interesting chip, one way or another, but we are quite sure that it won’t hit the market before 2011.



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