Since its appearance some time ago, the presence of phenomenal Bulldozer architecture seems to imply an aura of powerful magnet for the vendors chip world. No exception for AMD as one of the high-end chip vendor that recently have expressed an interest in the reliability of such architecture. So far it has plans to continue developing his latest Phenom II X 4. And even more recently AMD has hinted if processor Phenom II X 4 975 Black Edition currently flying will soon be replaced by the presence of processor Phenom II X 4 980 Black Edition that his plans will be realized starts in June 2011.According to sources quoted by publications Donanim Haber, following the presence of processor Phenom II X 4 980 Black Edition in the period between the months of April-August, reportedly will also be followed by the presence of the fleet-fleet Phenom II.Processor Phenom II X 4 980 Black Edition has a clock of 3.7 GHz, 125W TDP upholds and features the same specifications as the closest relatives of other, smaller clocknya. In addition, the processor is equipped with L2 data cache of 512 KB per core, 6 MB Level 3 cache memory that dishare, DDR3 memory-1333MHz dual-channel and support HyperTransport 3.0.
AMD will use 45-nanometer DSL SOI technologies to build processor Phenom II 980 Black Edition. And this turned out to be compatible with the existence of AM3 motherboard/AM3 and AM2 +/AM2 + motherboards that have been there before. Coupled with the multiplier is set to fully open, so you will be more easy to overclock.AMD Phenom II X 4 fleet are currently rising is a processor AMD Phenom II X 4 975 Black Edition has just been launched in early January 2011. And the processor itself has a clock speed of 3.6 GHz.
Though the processor AMD Phenom II X 4 975 Black Edition is carrying a good performance and decent overclocking ability, but in fact the price it offers still somewhat a bit too expensive for the time being. Then how is the case with processor AMD Phenom II X 4 980 Black Edition was soon to be released June 2011 later? How its action? Yes, we see only!