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Gigabyte accidentally reveals AMD’s FX launch line-up and specs Print E-mail
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Monday, 05 September 2011 07:23

Curious about how AMD's next generation of high-end CPUs will line up?  It seems that Gigabyte have spilled the beans.

Gigabyte Technology, one of the leading manufacturers of mainboard in the world, has updated BIOS for its flagship AM3+ mainboard and accidentally reveled specifications of launch lineup of AMD FX-series central processing units code-named Zambezi. The family of AMD’s top-of-the-range chips will be consist of four eight-core models, one six-core chip and one quad-core product.

As noticed by VR-Zone web-site, Gigabyte’s GA-990FXA-UD7 mainboard already supports all of AMD’s FX chips due to be launched in 2011 with F4 BIOS version. In generally, Gigabyte nearly officially confirmed specifications of the chips that have been published for a number of times already, so, the BIOS update brings no surprises. Just as expected, the lineup of AMD FX-series will crowned by the FX-8150 chip, will contain four FX8100-series eight-core models, one FX-6100 six-core chip and one FX-4100 quad-core product.

X-Bit Labs have all the details.

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