AMD will release a platform for low-cost PCs in the late summer

 
April 1, 2009, 1:02 pm

   The company AMD announced its Taiwanese partner of manufacturers of motherboards on the planned summer release of the platform this year, Pisces. The exact dates of the emergence of solutions have not yet been named, but it is known that the platform will be on the market until early September. We remind readers that Pisces includes the following elements:a central processor Athlon II (based on cores Propus, Rana and Regor), as well as the latest set of system logic 780G. The latter represents the integrated circuits manufactured on the 55-nm production methods, with an integrated graphics core of ATI Radeon HD 4200.
The characteristics of decision tell us about the positioning of the platform in the sector desktops lower price range.
According to the information received, in April to be held testing samples of logic chips AMD 780G. Then begin the active phase of the development of the motherboards that will be ready by the exhibition Computex 2009, which is held annually in Taiwan in the early summer.
Of course, at this moment an official confirmation or refutation of the information provided was not followed - the company AMD has refused to give comments on the product has not yet been announced.
At last, we offer readers a little information about the demand for CPU:trehyadernye options series Phenom II X3 700 and Quad solutions Phenom II X4 920. According to Taiwanese motherboard manufacturers need in these products is very high - impact of smart pricing. Moreover, the results of the second quarter of this year, Dole AMD processors in the market for desktop computers can be increased up to 30%. The apparent success of chipmeykera, especially with regard to the evils of the world economy.

 

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