AMD debuts faster FX processors

Posted on Tuesday, Apr 30 2013 @ 16:55 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
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AMD introduces two new FX-series processors; the FX-4350 and the FX-6350. Here's how AMD describes the chips on its blog:
The AMD FX-4350 processor, for enthusiasts who like to watch crisp HD video and run multiple compute-intensive apps, is a 4-core CPU that clocks at a 4.3GHz Max Turbo operating frequency and 12MB of L2 and L3 cache in a 125W thermal envelope. With up to 10% more performance than our previous generation and a competitive price of $122, this is a hard-to-beat part.

Also announced today, the AMD FX-6350 is a 6-core CPU with up to 4.2GHz Max Turbo operating frequency and 14MB of L2 and L3 cache. This 6-core CPU gives PC users capabilities to accomplish breathtaking 3D modeling and HD video editing. This part is all about bringing maximum multitasking with up to 10% more performance[v] than our previous generation, all for the great price of $132.


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