The 45nm technology to design high-volume processor, AMD announced the new two-processor dual-core desktop.
Processor AMD Athlon X2 II 250 gives customers a new 45nm mainstream performance, efficiency, and exceptional value. For overclockers and enthusiasts, AMD also announced the AMD Phenom processor 550 II X2 Black Edition, AMD Phenom processors and II dual-core CPU that first.
With the latest addition to AMD Phenom processor series II, users can now enjoy the power of AMD technology platform, with the codename “Dragon,” with the configuration of dual-, triple-and quad-core.
“AMD Athlon X2 II 250 has a remarkable performance when combined with the AMD chipset and integrated graphics solutions to create a platform that they use AMD technology able to produce graphics performance with the performance of two times better than the integrated graphics from Intel,” such as that of information authorized, on Wednesday (3/5/2009).
“While AMD Black Edition processors, such as the AMD Phenom X2 II 550, helping the user to perform control and removing the maximum potential of the technology platform capabilities in the Dragon performance tuning,” he said.
AMD’s current lineup, which makes use of the 45nm technology, includes the newly released quad-core Phenom II X4 800 and 900 series, codenamed Deneb, as well as the triple-core Phenom II X3 700 series, codenamed Heka. These new processors have allowed AMD to better compete with Intel, from a price/performance standpoint.
According to Digitimes, AMD also plans to unveil a couple of new processors, which it will launch by the end of the second and the third quarter. The first to debut are the dual-core Phenom II X2 550 and 545, which will be followed by the quad-core Phenom II X4 945 and 8xx (95W), triple-core Phenom II X3 7xx (95W), quad-core Athlon II X4 630 and 620, triple-core Athlon II X3 435 and 425, and the dual-core Athlon II X2 250, 245 and 240.
To further complete its lineup, AMD will also unveil 10 low-power CPUs, according to Digitimes. These include the Phenom II X4 905e, Phenom II X3 705e and Athlon II X4 605e. Meanwhile, Intel’s first quad-core Core i5 Lynnfield CPUs will be available in three models, at first. The prices for these three are rated at US$562, US$284 and US$196 in 1,000-unit tray quantities.
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