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AMD 1090FX chipset arrives with SteamRoller



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As we predicted in a earlier news story AMD will launch the next generation of chipset with the SteamRoller platform. That means the next generation of AMD desktop CPUs, codename Vishera, will continue to utilise the same 990FX/990X/970 and AM3+ platform.

AMD’s SteamRoller platform should bring 10-15% increased CPU performance over Vishera, which should also bring 10-15% increased CPU performance over Bulldozer. SteamRoller will be paired with the 1090FX chipset, this will be the flagship chipset for SteamRoller but we currently do not have any details on whether AMD will release other chipsets like 1090X, 1070 and so on.

The socket of SteamRoller is not known, it seems equally as likely that AMD might continue with the AM3+ desktop socket or change it to a new socket. AMD normally uses each socket only for one generation of CPUs, so it is quite possible that we could see socket AM4 in Summer/Autumn 2013 along with SteamRoller and the 1090FX chipset, as AM3+ has already served its time.

We expect the 1090FX chipset will bring added USB 3.0 ports, maintain its SATA III port offering, offer 4 way SLI/CFX and add more PCI express lanes – currently it only offers 4 PCI express lanes at generation 2 speeds.

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  • jo

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  • Dirk Broer

    “AMD normally uses each socket only for one generation of CPUs” ? Define ‘generation’, please. Is an Athlon X2 the same generation as an FX-8350? They will both fit into a Socket AM3+ motherboard.

    • http://www.eteknix.com/ Ryan Martin

      Generation is defined in Lithographic terms. The current 32nm generation was developed for AM3+ socket. The previous 45nm lithographic generation was developed for AM3. The 65nm generation was developed for AM2+, the 90nm generation for AM2, zzzzzzz you get the idea! Inter-socket compatibility between sockets doesn’t affect the generation of CPUs the socket was designed for. AMD has merely made generations interchangeable across sockets to facilitate people upgrading something, be that their motherboard or their CPU. Hope this explains it more clearly.


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