Leaked specifications of the AMD FX-8320 and FX-8300
A few weeks ago we learned that AMD plans to launch its new microprocessor FX-8350 from July to September this year , but according to new information from Fudzilla, apparently not be released in September but in October, and it does not come alone.
The microprocessor amd FX-8350 is the first member of a new family of microprocessors AMD FX second generation Vishera based on the core, which in turn is based on the new micro-architecture Piledriver. Aside from FX-8350 CPU, AMD also plans to launch two new FX-series microprocessors second generation:
Microprocessor consists of four modules piledriver (8 integer processing units “ALUs”) running at 3.5GHz (4GHz mode to Boost Tube 3.0), has 16MB of cache (8MB L2 + 8MB L3) and a TDP of 125W.
Microprocessor consists of four modules Piledriver (8 integer processing units “ALUs”) running at 3.2GHz (3.3GHz mode to Boost Tube 3.0), has 16MB of cache (8MB L2 + 8MB L3) and a TDP of 95W.
Both chips use SOCET am3+, have a memory controller DDR3-1866 integrated, are manufactured with the manufacturing process 32nm Global Foundries and will be released during Q4 of this year (from October to December) being more likely to be launched in October.
Still unaware of their launch prices.
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