AMD Phenom Processors : Are you ready for a Thrilling ride

13 May 2007 By Shashank
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AMD has finally revealed its much awaited AMD Phenom processor family today in public demonstration. Its a good news for all the AMD Pc enthusiasts all around the world as they can now have the power of AMD’s technology for ultimate visual experience especially when paired with AMD’s new DirectX 10 ATI Radeon HD 200 series of Graphic cards which will began shipping today.

In the demonstration AMD showcased the Phenom family series of processors codenamed “FASN8” to be pronounced as Fascinate.AMD previewed the silicon based next generation eight core platform,which includes two quad core AMD Phenom processors with the all new DX10 ATI Radeon HD 2900 XT with the AMD’s next generation upcoming high performance chipset to be released in second half of 2007.

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Advanced Features of the New Phenom family :

-Cores communicate on the die rather than through a front side bus external to the processor
integrated DDR2 memory controller
-Improved HyperTransport™ technology
-128-bit Floating Point Units
-Unique shared L3 cache for quicker data access

Who will benefit :

The gamers have a reason to delight as it will be providing some never before graphics,Graphic animators will be able to use their computing resources in a much better way. AMD’s open platform approach makes the Phenom processors compatible with most of the solutions available today including motherboard and chipset partners ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI and NVIDIA.

AMD Phenom processors are designed for the exceptional performance and capabilities customers want, employing state-of-the-art platforms and a next-generation processor architecture.


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