AMD Extends Brisbane Core Life And Prepares New Athlon X2s
Not too long ago we
reported that AMD plans
the release of the Athlon 64 X2 6000+ processor on the Windsor core is listed, which will
operate at 3 GHz. Now it looks like there is a similar situation, but
already with Brisbane core.
AMD plans to expand its lineup in the first quarter of next year
Athlon 64 X2 processors and introduce a couple of new processors. Until the source is
names the exact names of the models, but it is known that their thermal package will
is 89 W, the L2 cache will be the usual 2×512
KB, and the socket type itself, in fact, will be the same – AM2. New
CPUs will take their place between the X2 models rated
6000+ and 5600+.
Athlon 64 X2 Brisbane (65 nm)
AMD will also continue to release a series of energy-efficient dual-core processors
on this core, the TDP of which will lie within 45 W.