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 Post subject: Amd Am2 8w, 15w, 25w
PostPosted: Sun Oct 07, 2007 9:06 pm 
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AMD has announced the addition of three new low-power AMD Athlon 64 processors to its embedded product lineup, giving embedded systems designers the benefits of AMD64 technology in a thermal envelope as low as 8W. These AM2 socket-compatible, single core processors further enhance the available options for AMD64 technology in embedded systems.

The AMD Athlon 64 2000+, 2600+, and 3100+ processors feature power envelopes of 8W, 15W, and 25W maximum TDP, respectively. They support ECC memory for high reliability data applications and are especially applicable for systems such as Network Attached Storage (NAS), Advanced Mezzanine Cards (AMCs) for the telecommunications market, and various single board computing and industrial implementations. These models will be generally available in the fourth quarter, said AMD.
Where and how much will these cpu costs.
http://www.digitimes.com/news/a20070919PR209.html
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Sweet! Finally a replacement for most of my VIA EDEN applications...

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Awesome! Maybe this is why AMD is still making the 90nm chips; to utilize their 90nm fabs and sell to a niche market. I have a feeling this will pump out all sorts of nicely priced, powerful role-driven devices [NAS, firewall, etc]

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let's hope it's for real this time, not like the sempron 2100+ 9W, which I don't see for sale anywhere.

Fourth quarter 2007 I assume?

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cloneman wrote:
let's hope it's for real this time, not like the sempron 2100+ 9W, which I don't see for sale anywhere.

Fourth quarter 2007 I assume?

Me too. Now whats a good Amd chipset that uses little power as well. I dont think Nvidia chipset uses little power. Maybe SIS.
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cloneman wrote:
Fourth quarter 2007 I assume?

The new low-power Athlon 64s are also discussed in this thread. Availability is due in Q4 according to The Tech Report.


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Very cool. AMD will be well-positioned as the demand for low-energy computing increases during the next few years.


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I never actually saw these cpus, even to this day.
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