AMD Announces 9000 FX-Series microprocessors
Last week AMD Gigabyte revealed plans to launch new FX-Series microprocessors operating at frequencies up to 5.0GHz , and amd today officially revealed under the trade name: AMD FX-9000 Series.
The new chips AMD FX-9000 Series are made initially by microprocessors FX-9590 (running at 5.0GHz in Turbo Core mode 3.0) and FX-9370 (running at 4.7GHz in Turbo Core mode 3.0), both based on the micro- architecture piledriver and Piledriver comprised of four modules (eight cores).
Unfortunately AMD has not revealed the full specifications of its new microprocessors, but we assume that possess architectural improvements (Piledriver +) very similar to those introduced in recent APU Richland . While maintaining compatibility with the existing socket am3 + microprocessors used in current FX-8000 Series first (Zambezi) and second generation (Vishera).
The new microprocessors as has become customary in recent years AMD will be available initially for the OEM market (brand OEMs) and later for the general public.
Its price is still unknown.
Link: AMD Unleashes First-Ever 5 GHz Processor (AMD)
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