AMD today announced the launch and availability of its AMD Opteron 6200 and 4200 Series processors (formerly code-named “Interlagos” and
AMD’s eight-legged processors are on the horizon and word has it that the Sunnyvale-based company is giving serious thought about bundling liquid coolers with their high-end CPUs.
No one ever saw this coming. We would have expected AMD to launch a new processor, maybe the Bulldozer or maybe even a 7000-series Radeon GPU.
Rumours are making the rounds that AMD will be launching their Interlagos line of server CPUs sometime in September. The date for launch is likely to be the 27th of September.
We aren’t sure which one yet, but either the FX-8150P or the FX-8100 will be priced at roughly US $300 (Rs.13,500 approx).
AMD’s highly anticipated FX series processors (earlier known as the Bulldozer) will hit stores this September 19th. AMD will be launching two 8-core
Based on AMD’s 990FX Chipset, the Crosshair V supports AM3+ FX socket, Athlon II, Sempron 100 and Bulldozer processors, as well.
Claims that there's going to something on their ROG boards at their Computex event tomorrow.
High-performance Bulldozer processors expected to challenge Intel's Sandy Bridge processors with competitive pricing.
ASUS becomes the first manufacturer to release BIOS updates that make its motherboards compatible with the upcoming FX-series CPUs.
The 32nm Processors with AMD Turbo CORE Technology 2.0 are expected to be out in June.