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Monday, 28 June 2010 10:26

55W quad Fusion is coming

Written by Fuad Abazovic
fusion

32nm, DDR3, 2011

AMD's Fusion project will get to quad-core. Of course the first one is a dual-core, aiming for the Brazos platform and after that there should be a Llano version of Fusion that comes in dual and quad-core versions.

We've already said that Llano dual-core has a 20W TDP and some of them will get even to 40W, but more importantly the quad-core Llano with integrated graphics should set to 55W TDP.

This is not that bad considering that Fusion has most parts of chipset, graphics and a quad core CPU. The launch date is again 2011 and we cannot get more precise than that.

The platform supports DDR3, and is a 32nm product. As we said many moons ago the 45nm version of Fusion has been cancelled a while back.

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0 #1 P1n3apqlExpr3ss 2010-06-28 11:10
can someone please explain to me or point me in the direction of some info where i can differentiate between of these new fusion processors? i cant tell which is laptop and which is desktop... wikipedia doesnt appear to be much help tbh
 
 
+12 #2 Alexko 2010-06-28 12:13
Llano is intended for laptops and desktops.

Ontario is aimed at thin & light notebooks and netbooks, but might make its way into value desktops and HTPCs.
 
 
+1 #3 yourma2000 2010-06-28 13:55
Intel can't touch this! :D anyone else forgotten about core i3?
 
 
0 #4 jeffkro 2010-06-30 05:17
Quoting yourma2000:
Intel can't touch this! :D anyone else forgotten about core i3?


I can't forget, I'm typing on one right now.
 

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