AMD will release another entry-level chipset in January

December 5, 2008, 3:35 pm

   In January 2009 will be an important milestone for the company AMD, and not only through official releases first 45-nm processors Phenom II, but also release a new model of system logic entry - level with integrated graphics kernel. As a source of information serves a network share DigiTimes referring to Taiwanese manufacturers of motherboards.
It is a model 760G, based on the architecture of microchip RS780. The focus here is to give a timetable - the decision will support DirectX 10 and Shader Model 4. 0, but not support Unified Video Decoder (UVD), Hybrid CrossFireX technologies, as well as interfaces HDMI and Display Port. A couple of chip 760G of the south bridge SB710, and the whole structure will replace the global market chipset 740G.
Another innovation will be upgraded versions of AMD 790FX and 790GX IGP, working together with the South bridge SB750. In this case, it is noteworthy support processor socket AM3, which is essential to realize in mind the imminent appearance in the sale of the TSP. Later, namely in May or June 2009, the public will receive RS880 chipset with integrated graphics, the company which is the south bridge SB710. And in September, all attention is paid to break of systemic logic RD890 and SB800.


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