The Complete lineup of AMD’s Upcoming Bulldozer (Zambezi-FX) Processors has been leaked by the top Motherboard Manufacturer “Gigabyte”. This ain’t the first time when a leading manufacturer leaked details on AMD’s Next Generation Bulldozer Cores, You can check out the following two articles which detail info on AMD’s CPUs leaked by ASUS and Gigabyte:
The current leaked info which is displayed in AM3+ Socket Support list on Gigabyte’s website shows 6 Bulldozer Chips. The Bulldozer Processors would be supported on the AM3+ Socket Motherboards which will feature the AMD 990FX/990 Chipset. The 990FX Chipset also allows backward compatibility with older AM3 Phenom Processors.
The Bulldozer chips include the following:
- AMD FX-8150 – 3600Mhz, 8MB L2, 8MB L3 Cache, 32Nm, B2 Revision, 125W TDP
- AMD FX-8120 – 3100Mhz, 8MB L2, 8MB L3 Cache, 32Nm, B2 Revision, 125W TDP
- AMD FX-8120 – 3100Mhz, 8MB L2, 8MB L3 Cache, 32Nm, B2 Revision, 95W TDP
- AMD FX-8100 – 2800Mhz, 8MB L2, 8MB L3 Cache, 32Nm, B2 Revision, 95W TDP
- AMD FX-6100 – 3300Mhz, 6MB L2, 8MB L3 Cache, 32Nm, B2 Revision, 95W TDP
- AMD FX-4100 – 3600Mhz, 4MB L2, 8MB L3 Cache, 32Nm, B2 Revision, 95W TDP
Note that Turbo Core Frequencies have not yet been detailed, FX-4000 Series are Quad Cores while the FX-6000 Series are Hexa Cores. AMD would update its Bulldozer lineup with new CPUs in Q1 2012 with FX-8110,FX-4110, FX-6110 Processors along with a faster Black Edition Flagship model. The current and latter lineup were detailed by us months ago:
The release of these Processors is expected within this month as detailed earlier, The new lineup would release in Q1 2012 while Bulldozer Enhanced would release in 1H 2012. Also it has been noted that the next generation Trinity APU’s which will hold Bulldozer cores would feature AMD’s HD7000 Series IGP’s for display. The 28nm GPU’s are also expected to arrive in late Q4 2011.
The Complete Gigabyte Support list can be viewed over at official Site over here, We already detailed the Gigabyte’s AM3+ Motherboard lineup in the link below: