Source from XbitLabs So these are the specs so far: - 32nm SOI (probably on GlobalFoundries); - 4 x86 cores like the Propus in Athlon II X4; - 6 SIMD units of 80 stream processors each = 480 SPUs; - No L3 cache, 512KB L2 for each x86 core totalling 2MB L2 cache; - DDR3 1600MHz controller; No word on the amount of memory channels, but If price point is an issue, I'd say it will be 2 as usual, or 3 as maximum. There's also no word on clocks, or on either the stream processors will have a different clock from the CPU. If the GPU components operate at the same clock as the x86 cores, we're probably looking at 480sp @ ~3GHz (don't forget this is 2011, and 3GHz should be standard even for mid-ends). So this first fusion CPU could have the same graphics processing power as nowadays' HD5850, which is kinda scary to imagine for a single CPU+GPU chip (of course, with a 128bit DDR3 controller it would drown in bandwidth limits, I guess. But AMD still has that Sideport technology to take advantage of). But even if the GPU part comes at the vanilla 500 to 700MHz, it will still be 10 times faster than today's typical IGP performance, which is also very good nonetheless.