AMD six-core Thuban desktop CPU slated for Q2 2010

Posted on Thursday, Oct 29 2009 @ 16:19 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
FUD Zilla writes AMD is expected to introduce the six-core Thuban desktop processor in the second quarter of next year.
According to latest plans, AMD plans Thuban for Q2 2010 and we can confirm that this is a six core 45nm CPU with DDR3 1333 support that will fit in AM3 motherboards. The only other known fact is that it will have 6MB cache. To us this looks like Istanbul in AM3 packaging but probably with higher speeds.


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