Tuesday, May 3rd 2011

AMD A-Series APU and FX-Series CPU Launch Schedule Detailed

AMD charted out the launch itinerary of its two upcoming client product lines, the A-Series "Llano" accelerated processing unit (APU), and the FX-Series "Zambezi" processor, in a presentation slide to its launch partners. The series of product launches starts at the upcoming Computex 2011 event, on June 1, where AMD will launch its new 9-series chipset. This could include two branches: first being the 2-chip chipset that drives Zambezi FX-series processors; and a second single-chip chipset for APUs. The action then shifts to E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) a week after Computex. On June 7, AMD will unveil the AM3+ platform, and motherboard vendors across the board are expected to show off their AM3+ motherboards

On 12th June AMD's Llano APU and Sabine platform will be launched for the Asian markets. Around the same time, at the AMD Fusion Developer Summit, AMD will interact with developers to develop software that's tailor made for the Fusion architecture (x86 with increased use of serial computational loads over GPGPU). June 14 2011 is the most important date. Called the AMD 2011 Client Launch Event, this event will be the launchpad for AMD's FX-series processors and A-Series APUs. Sabine platform will launched to the rest of the world's markets.

Source: DonanimHaber
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18 Comments on AMD A-Series APU and FX-Series CPU Launch Schedule Detailed

#2
Imsochobo
by: Kitkat
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amd offense mode:
Enabled.
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#4
treehouse
oh hi guys. been reading techpowerup everyday for 9 years, finally joined. best tech website in the world ;)
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Imsochobo
by: treehouse
oh hi guys. been reading techpowerup everyday for 9 years, finally joined. best tech website in the world ;)
Welcome!
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#6
Onenutleft
Welcome treehouse, took me some time to join but nine years :O
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btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
by: treehouse
oh hi guys. been reading techpowerup everyday for 9 years, finally joined. best tech website in the world ;)
We aren't 9 years old yet, but welcome. :)
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#8
treehouse
by: btarunr
We aren't 9 years old yet, but welcome. :)
thanks for the welcome guys.

lol btarunr! i think you might be right! i had you confused with overclockers uk lol. sorry about that, but i have been reading this website for as long as i can remember :respect:
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#9
b82rez
Best website, I check it daily.

Pretty excited for the release of Bulldozer, Just hope it can live up to the hype.
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#10
treehouse
ye me too, my crossfired 6950's are maxing out at 40% gpu usage each as my phenom 2 just does not have enough ooomph to get them churning. bulldozer better deliver!:rockout:
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#11
caleb
I joined before W1zzard!
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#12
Melvis
Come on next month!!! This is killing me lol
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#13
ERazer
u feel the itch? u know the itch? the itch to upgrade, ohh yes! cmon buldozer :D
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#14
Thefumigator
This makes me nervous... I'm covering up my eyes!!
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#15
Mandown
by: btarunr
June 14 2011 is the most important date.
It sure is.:cool:
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#16
CDdude55
Crazy 4 TPU!!!
Was saving up a bit for a Sony NGP, but i might get Bulldozer instead.:)
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#17
Imsochobo
by: treehouse
ye me too, my crossfired 6950's are maxing out at 40% gpu usage each as my phenom 2 just does not have enough ooomph to get them churning. bulldozer better deliver!:rockout:
I got 5850cf'd and 1055t and i feel like everything is just sitting there.
games now are so non demanding.

But what I'd like is faster starcraft 2 loadings!
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#18
fullinfusion
1.21 Gigawatts
by: treehouse
ye me too, my crossfired 6950's are maxing out at 40% gpu usage each as my phenom 2 just does not have enough ooomph to get them churning. bulldozer better deliver!:rockout:
your running a quad @ 3.6ghz and your only getting 40% crossfire? I think you have a setting or 2 off ;)
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