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Tuesday, 03 May 2011 10:43

AMD summer launch schedule revealed

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Llano, Zambezi and Sabine on the way
The good people of Donanimhaber have caught a sneak peek of AMD’s launch plans for the summer of 2011 and the future looks promising.

Starting at Computex, AMD will introduce 9-series chipsets, including Zambezi FX chipsets and a new chipset, of Fusion Controller Hub for upcoming APUs. AMD will follow up the chipset launch at E3, where it will show off new AM3+ motherboards.

As for the mainstream stuff, Llano and Sabine are scheduled to launch on June 12 in Asia, while the launch date for the rest of the globe is June 14.

So, from Taipei, through Los Angeles to Seattle, we will see quite a few significant launch events and we guess the AMD crew will still have plenty of sunny days left to take a well deserved holiday before the back to school shopping spree starts.

More here.

 

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