AMD Bulldozer and Llano Fusion Pricing Information Leaked

Hassan Mujtaba
Posted May 20, 2011
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A new price chart posted at Donanimhaber has revealed the pricing of AMD’s upcoming Bulldozer (Zambezi-FX) and Llano Fusion Processors. The processors have also been detailed with information which include Core Count, TDP, L3/L2 Cache, Memory support, Embedded Radeon Chip (AMD Llano Fusion) etc.

The Llano Fusion Processors will come in the $ 70-170 Range and would be manufactured on a 32Nm process using the Husky 10.5K Core architecture. From the details you can see that all of the Llano Fusion APU’s (Accelerated Processing Units) will consist of a integrated Radeon HD chipset featuring different clock speeds (Check Chart for More Info) and different stream processors count ranging for 160, 320 and 400. All of the models are Quad Cores except A4-3350 and E3-3250 which are Dual Core variants. 65W is the rated TDP of these models while the A8-3550P and A6-3450P have 100W TDP.

The Bulldozer based lineup consists of 8/6/4 Cores processors models with each featuring upto 8MB L3 Cache. Pricing range from 190$ for the lower end FX-4110 to 320$ for the FX-8130P. We already detailed the FX-4110 here and FX-8110 here. The top 320$ model of Bulldozer based Zambezi-FX is looking to compete against the Intel’s top i7 2600K (310$) while the 6-Core FX-6110 (240$) will compete against the Core i5 2500K (220$).

All Processors consisting of Bulldozer and Llano Platforms support DDR3 with memory upto 1866Mhz. One can also note that the models ending with the P brand are priced higher which means they would include high clock/ Turbo Core speeds.

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You can check out more on Bulldozer and Llano Fusion below:

AMD Llano Fusion GPU Performance Chart Revealed Officialy, Offering upto 325% increase over Sandy Bridge

AMD Bulldozer FX 4110 Performance Videos Leaked

AMD Fusion Based Llano Chips to feature Integrated Radeon HD 6550 Graphics

AMD Fusion Demonstration Video Leaked, Llano Outperforms Sandy Bridge in CPU/GPU Benchmarks

AMD’s Bulldozer based Processors Require 900 Series Chipset to enable Power Gating Feature

Gigabyte Slide reveals AMD Bulldozer Launch Date, Will be launched on 7th June at Computex 2011

New AMD Bulldozer (Zambezi-FX) Benchmarks Leaked

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