FUD Zilla heard AMD's eight-core Bulldozer processor codenamed Zambezi will feature support for 1866MHz DDR3 memory. This chip is slated for 2011.
Zambezi is a 32nm CPU that comes in AM3r2 packaging and it will have 8MB of L3 cache. It is interesting to mention that it supports DDR3-1866, something that is yet to become a standard. At the same time Bulldozer comes in 2011, probably mid to late 2011, so the memory guys have plenty of time to prepare for the faster memory.
The chip also supports a new technology called APM Boost Technology and we suspect that this might be AMD’s answer to Intel’s turbo, but we're not sure about this.