Triple cores in the first half

Subject: General Tech | November 29, 2007 - 08:48 AM |
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Just in time for SAD, AMD offers another reason to isolate yourself and bathe in the glow of artificial lights, they will be releasing two Tolimans in February.  2.5GHz is a nice step up, and since it was motherboard makers that told DigiTimes the date, it is likely we will see BIOSes and new boards that will support the new chips.

"AMD recently notified its partners that it plans to launch two triple-core CPUs (Toliman) in February next year while two

dual-core CPUs (Kuma) will appear by the end of the second quarter, according to sources at motherboard makers.

The triple-core 7700 and 7600 will have core frequencies of 2.5GHz and 2.3GHz, respectively, and a TDP of 89W. frequencies

for the dual-core 6250 and 6050 have not yet been set, but the CPUs will have a TDP of 65W, the sources revealed.

In addition, AMD also plans to adjust its entry-level product lines launching the single-core Athlon CPU (Lima) LE-1640 in

January of 2008, while higher frequency Lima CPUs will follow in the second quarter. The company will also launch the

single-core Sempron (Sparta) CPU LE-1300 with a core frequency of 2.3GHz and TDP of 45W in the first quarter 2008, the

sources added."

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Source: Digitimes
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