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Monday, September 6, 2010

More information about AMD's APUs

AMD has revealed little more about the upcoming Accelerated Processor Units (APUs) to be released in 2011. The authors of a special Press who visited the exhibition IFA 2010 won the first information on APU codenamed Zacate. As it became known, the upcoming Fusion processor will consume 18 watts.

Compared to Ontario, the Zacate consumes twice stream, so probably talking about more CPU operating frequency from Ontario, although AMD declined to give details. The Zacate should form the basis for nettops and low performance desktop systems, and will be used in notebooks. Like Ontario, it will be manufactured by the method of 40nm, and will contain two cores, built around the architecture Bobcat.

The code names we know so far for the new AMD processors are Ontario, Zacate, Llano and Orochi, the latter being addressed in the market for servers.

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