Apart from the eight new AMD Phenom II and Athlon II processors we reported on earlier, AMD plans to release another six processors by the end of this quarter. The CPUs, consisting of three Phenom II's (one being a quadcore) and three Athlon II X2's, are 45nm chips and will be made for socket AM3. Contrary to the models we spoke of last friday, these models use the 'conventional' amount of energy, which explains the lack of an 'e'-suffix in the name.
|Model||Kloksnelheid||L2 Cache||L3 Cache||TDP||Socket|
|Phenom II X4 925||2,8 GHz||2 MB||6 MB||95 W||AM3|
|Phenom II X2 550||3,1 GHz||1 MB||6 MB||80 W||AM3|
|Phenom II X2 545||3,0 GHz||1 MB||6 MB||80 W||AM3|
|Athlon II X2 250||3,0 GHz||1 MB||-||65 W||AM3|
|Athlon II X2 245||2,9 GHz||1 MB||-||65 W||AM3|
|Athlon II X2 240||2,8 GHz||1 MB||-||65 W||AM3|
It's still unclear how much AMD's new Phenom II and Athlon II processors will cost.