The launch of the AMD FX-8350 CPU Vishera is just around the corner
Chip is the first part of the second generation FX-series processors, codenamed piledriver based Vishera, microarchitecture also moves the Trinity APU for portable devices, but is ready to get to the desktop. This model is already in the hands of a privileged few who got early engineering samples and filtered the first reviews.
This is expected to advance the deadline for the premiere of the new FX family, which predicted the period between July and September for the event. So, we know that the FX-8350 will run at a base frequency of 4.2GHz to 4GHz scalable when under load, and integrated graphics will not show eight integer processing units and four floating-point units, with 8MB of L3 cache and TDP of 125W.
It will be interesting to see how it behaves against other FX-8350 bulldozer chips, and as we said, the unofficial patches are floating around in the air very soon, so attentive.
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