The first single 45-nm chips AM3 - III in the quarter
April 22, 2009, 10:55 am
The company AMD has no plans to discontinue production of affordable single central processor for personal computers, while continuing to develop a family of chips Sempron. Witnessed the emergence of another new class, we will be specified in the third quarter of 2009, when the public will provide integrated circuits based on the core Sargas. Under the specified code hidden single-core AMD, manufactured on 45 nm process technology. In the sale of chips will be the symbol Sempron 140. At the moment, even indicated the operating frequency of one of the models - 2, 7 GHz, the chip will be equipped with 1 MB cache, and TDP will be 45 Watts. It is likely that processors should replace such decisions as the Sempron LE1300 and LE1250, as well as the Athlon LE1660 and LE1640. Microprocessor-based 45-nm core Sargas will be the first single central processor for socket Socket AM3. In turn, this means that the device will have the support of memory standard DDR3.