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Posted by on Dec 5, 2012 in Hardware News |

AMD Opteron microprocessors launches its 3300 and 4300 Series

AMD Opteron microprocessors launches its 3300 and 4300 Series

announces the launch of its new 4300 Series microprocessors “Seoul” and Opteron 3300 Series “Delhi” based on its microarchitecture and market-focused servers and datacenters.

Opteron 4300 Series Microprocessors “Seoul” are fully compatible with the C32 and offer a wide range of options ranging from 2.2 to 3.5GHz frequency (3.8GHz Turbo Mode) from 35W to 95W TDPs, mono and dual socket configurations, memory controller and triple channel prices between U.S. $191 to U.S. $501.

Microprocessors Opteron 3300 Series “Delhi” are compatible with socket +, the same socket used by the AMD FX series first (Zambezi) and second (Vishera) generation (like they have a memory controller dual channel) . They offer frequencies from 1.9GHz to 2.8GHz (3.8GHz in turbo mode), between 25W to 65W TDPs, and prices between U.S. $125 to U.S. $229.

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Both product lines support DDR3L memory with 1.25V voltage, being as the only AMD x86 microprocessors support industry with these memories, allowing huge savings in consumption over a 1.35V DDR3L memories, considering the large volume of memory modules per rack used in datacenters.

Link: AMD launches Opteron 3300 and 4300 lines (SemiAccurate)

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