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Posted by on Nov 7, 2012 in Hardware News |

VIA readies a new monolithic quad core CPU manufactured at 28nm

VIA readies a new monolithic quad core CPU manufactured at 28nm

From DIIT report that x86 readies a new successor to its current VIA QuadCore L4000 Series , known by its codename CN-R.

The new microprocessors (which may be released commercially under the name VIA 5000 Series) are manufactured with the 28nm manufacturing process from TSMC (VIA QuadCore L4000 Series “CN-Q” are made of the manufacturing process TSMC 40nm) and have a design, ie, unlike his predecessors, who had a multi-chip design (two dual core die in the same package), the new CN-R will have four cores integrated into a single die.

CN-R also will be based on a more modern architecture, through which will be compatible with the instruction set (the same set of instructions that will be present in future microprocessors based on Intel micro-arquitectutas Haswell and AMD Steamroller ); but bear no FMA3 instructions (micro-architectures of low power Intel Silvermont and AMD jaguar or FMA3 AVX2 not support).

Link: VIA na příští rok chystá monolitické 28nm čtyřjádro (DIIT)

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