Only in 2014 would AMD make the switch to a 28nm process with “Steamroller”, but this new design would be only limited to the Kaveri and Berlin APUs. It is possible that in 2014 and going forward AMD would possibly not offer any more CPUs under the FX Processors brand.
Chiphell forums is a source of various leaks, whether it is related to graphics or processors. You will be keen to know what news Chiphell released today. Chiphell users have got some really interesting details to share regarding AMD’s upcoming desktop processors. We know that AMD presently is working on to release their latest 28nm Steamroller based Kaveri APUs in 2014 but it looks like there is something else behind the story as well.
In spite of the fact that Haswell that is considered to be Intel’s latest consumer platform; Intel is still seeking to keep Ivy Bridge and LGA 1155 intact with some more CPU releases. Intel plans to release four new CPUs in the near future which include two Core i5 and two Celeron models.
Intel’s Haswell –X Xeon EP processor has come to the light in Penang, Malaysia (Intel’s facility) during the company’s “Design in Asia” tour. This Haswell –X Xeon EP processor got revealed in a visit from VR-Zone’s Nebojsa Novakovic. The processor seems to be the Socket 2011-3 Haswell EP or Xeon E5 v3, presenting 14 cores, a 35 MB cache; twin 9.6 GT/s QPI channels and also supports quad channel DDR4-2133 memory.
Earlier this month we talking about AMD releasing a 5GHz processor and it looks like those rumors were true. Today AMD has unveiled the most powerful member of the AMD FX family of CPUs and the world’s first commercially available 5 GHz CPU Processor. The 8-core CPU is the AMD FX-9590.
Back in April we touched upon some news that AMD would be releasing a 5 GHz FX Centurion Super Processor. It looks like that might actually come to light as Sweclockers has some information about two new AMD FX models that may be coming out soon. These models include the AMD FX-9000 and AMD FX-8770.
AMD might not be able to keep up the pace when it comes to Intel’s CPU power consumption. So it decided to change its pathway to Opteron X series featuring X2150 quad-core APU and X1150 quad core CPU. These devices have the potential to perform better when compared to Intel’s Atom offering. These are the most power proficient small core processors ever built. Especially the new X2150 and X1150 wipe the floor of defeating the top achieving Intel Atom processor on throughout remarkable performance with power efficiency with twice amount of cores and L2 cache, improved pipeline architecture and support for up to 32 GB of DRAM which is four times more than Intel Atom processor.
When it comes to AMD all we have been talking about lately is the Radeon HD 7990 graphics card, but they have just launched two new Vishera CPUs. The units are the six-core FX-6350, which has a base clock of 3.9 GHz and the quad core FX-4350 which has a base clock of 4.2 GHz.
The upcoming flagship consumer processor based on Intel’s Haswell architecture will be the Core i7-4770K. It looks like Tom’s Hardware has one one hand and has already run it through quite a few different benchmarks and tests. They are comparing it directly to the Core i7-3770K “Ivy Bridge” processor and the Core i7-2700K “Sandy Bridge” processor. Read on to see some of the benchmarks.
Intel’s next big launch is their 4th generation Haswell processors. We actually got a demo of the built-in graphics on the chip at CES, but that was it. No firm release date, we were just told, “later in the year”. It seems like DigiTimes has the scoop from an insider that the Haswell CPUs will launch on June 2 to be showcased during Computex (June 4-8).
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