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Thursday, 03 September 2009 14:10

AMD to launch four new mobile CPUs

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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In early September

AMD is planning to launch four new mobile CPU series that should be used in a number of platforms. First of them is AMD Turion II Ultra dual-core mobile CPU that should work all the way to 2.6GHz.

The runner up is AMD Turion II with two cores and slower frequency followed by the slower but duac-core Athlon II.

The Sempron is still with us, and this is still single core CPU. AMD plans an early September launch and they are mostly based on either Caspian code, that fits the mainstream notebook or Conesus something meant for 2nd generation ultrathins, let's call it Neo 2.

We should come up with more details shortly.
 
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