AMD prepping new FX CPUs and AM1 refresh?

Posted on Monday, Jun 08 2015 @ 12:16 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
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CPU World writes rumors indicate AMD may be planning to launch a few more Socket AM1 and AM3+ desktop processors this month. The slide below was leaked recently but it is dated March 27 so we don't know if it's still accurate.
Two new processors may be added to the family, an FX-4330 and an FX-6330. The slide does not list their specifications, and we can only speculate that they could be faster versions of FX-4300/FX-6300 95 Watt CPUs.

In Q2 2015, AMD plans to launch full range of "Godavari" processors for the socket FM2+ platform, including quad- and dual-core models. New quad-cores are A10-7870K (already launched), A10-8750, A8-7670K and A8-8650 APUs, together with Athlon X4 870K and 850. The latter two CPUs have an integrated GPU disabled. New dual-cores are A6-7470K and A6-8550 APUs. AMD Ax-6xxx family for socket FM2+ will be apparently retired and replaced by current Kaveri products.
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