Gigabyte Leaks AMD Bulldozer Details

Submit has acquired some exclusive details on the upcoming AMD Bulldozer Processors. The Details were given out by a picture which was given out by Gigabyte’s corporate network. The picture which you can see below has some interesting details on an Unlocked FX Series processor with CPU-z and a few benchmarks running in the background.

The CPU-z is an updated version with the following log:

According to the Gigabyte CPUZ History:

1.58.1gb – April 2011 update includes:

- AMD Bulldozer processor new instructions…
- AMD Zambezi, Valencia, Interlagos (32nm) support.
- AMD 990FX/RD990 + SB950 chipset.
- AMD AM3b/AMD+3 (black) socket detection.
- AMD Turbo Core TDP mode detection.
- NEW AMD logos / Tidy interface,
- DDR4 1.2v preliminary support.
- Add ID’s for future Intel 2650, 2700, 2800k editions.
- Several bugs fixed.

The CPU "AMD FX 8110" has a core clock of 2.8Ghz as seen from the windows experience index however CPU-z shows its running at 3.8Ghz which is because of the AMD's Turbo boost technology, The socket supported by the chip is Socket AMD3b 942 and has a maximum TDP of 95W. The CPU consists of 8 cores and 8 threads, 8MB of L3 Cache and an Unlocked Core. Instructions supported are seen in the CPU-z tab.

The two benchmarks running in the background are Wprime v2.04 which records a score of 5.516 sec (32M) 166.895 sec (1024M) and Super PI score of 7.8 sec (1M calculations) 7 min 22 sec (32M calculations). The motherboard being used is from Gigabyte with model name GA-990FX-UD5.

The AMD Bulldozer based platform along with Llano AMD Fusion are going to make debut at this years Computex 2011. You can check out more here.

Update: Gigabyte has confirmed that the Details are Fake.

More interesting details on AMD Bulldozer and Llano below:

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

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