10-23-2012, 03:06 AM #1
AMD's Piledriver CPUs: 8-Core Chips, FX-8350, More Discussion
Today, AMD rolls out an update to their performance/enthusiast-oriented FX series of CPUs. Unlike the new A8 and A10 APUs, these guys don't put graphics on-die: instead, they spend that die space adding in more transistors to perform your calculations faster.
Inside of the new chips beats AMD's new microarchitecture heart, known as Piledriver. The company is promising a 15% increase in performance over last year's Bulldozer tech, which is about in line with their promised roadmap of the past couple of years.
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