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AMD Geneva dual-core notebook CPU has 15W TD

Posted on Monday, November 30 2009 @ 20:16:28 CET by


FUD Zilla heard AMD will introduce the dual-core Geneva notebook processor in Q2 2010, this chip will have a 15W TDP.
Anyway, Congo is powered by Conesus dual and single Core CPUs and Nile will be powered with Geneva dual and single-core CPUs. Geneva looks quite nice, it is still based on K10.5 45nm core but it has two cores 2MB of L2 cache, finally a DDR3 800 support and new ASB2 package.

The top mainstream Geneva has a 15W TDP, three down from 18W with mainstream Conesus. The essential version Geneva has a 12W TDP, some 30 percent down from 18W on Conesus essential series CPUs. Value single-core Geneva has 1MB of L2 cache, DDR3 800 support and a 12W TDP, three down from a value single core Conesus.




 



 

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