New information coming to us from the SweClockers website suggests that AMD Plans to launch a new series of APU processors, based on the current generation of the Kaveri market
after the The painful discovery That AMD plans to launch the Carrizo based processors The Excavator architecture (Which is the fourth refresh for the company's Bulldozer architecture) Only for laptops in order to fight off Intel's U processors, new information emerges indicates a refresh that the company does plan to make to the stationary market, codenamed "Godavari". This processor will be based on the exact same core that is in the current APU processors on the market called "Guy", But it is expected to come with a number of minor upgrades like core speed, a move similar to what the company has done with Richland processors on 2013.
With this information, we get a glimpse of one of the processors in the new series that is due to appear in June of this year, which is the A10-8850K processor. Because this new series is almost identical to the current series on the market, the A10-8850K processor is similar toThe A10-7850K processor Almost completely, except for changes in the graphics core speed from 720 MHz to 856 MHz and raising the ceiling of Turbo Core technology to 4.1 GHz from only 4.0 GHz, all while maintaining the same TDP rating , Which stands at 95W.
As we have reported in the past, AMD is developing a whole new architecture after it has been satisfied with several generations of processors based on the Bulldozer architecture, Named "Zen". This architecture splits into two different architectures: one for standard x86-64 based processors, with the other designed for an ARM based solution, called AArch64.
According to the report, AMD Plans to launch various models of the Godavari series that support the current FM12 + scooter, with the only adjustment users will have to make, including a motherboard motherboard update, a minimal adjustment. Do you think this move is enough for -AMD You will be able to cope well with theBroadwell Of Intel?