AMD triple-core notebook CPU expected in Q2 2010

Posted on Friday, Oct 23 2009 @ 21:07 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
FUD Zilla also wrote today that AMD is planning to release a triple-core notebook processor in Q2 2010. The site says this chip is likely a Phenom II N920 with one core disabled.
AMD plans a bunch of new CPUs for Q2 2010 and one of them is part of a 2010 platform called Danube. This one has three cores, and is nothing more than a quad-core with one core disabled. It will be branded as Phenom II triple-core N820 mobile processor and N820 has a 35W TDP.

IT comes with three cores and 1.5MB total cache or 512KB per core, 128b FPU precision, DDR3-1333 support as well as an HT speed of 3.6GT/s.

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