AMD preparing two more FX-series CPUs
Peter Donnell / 7 years ago
According to a table of AMD’s FX-series lineup, leaked by Donanimhaber, it looks like AMD will add two new CPUs to the FX lineup, the FX-4130 and the FX-6130.
In addition to the recently detailed FX-4170 and FX-6200, AMD will also add the FX-4130 and the FX-6130. The FX-6130 is pretty simlar to the FX-6200 but works at 3.6GHz base and 3.9GHz Turbo clock. Since it is a part of AMD’s FX-6xxx series it has six cores, 6MB of L2 and 8MB of L3 cache. It supports DDR3-1866MHz which is pretty much identical for the entire lineup, supports AMD’s Turbo Core v2.0 and has the same 125W TDP.
The FX-4130 quad-core is a slightly different story as this one works at 3.8GHz base and 3.9GHz Turbo clock, has the same 125W TDP but features 4MB of L3 cache, half of what we’ve seen on other FX-series CPUs. This one is currently placed at the bottom of FX-series offer and should end up to be the cheapest FX-series CPU on the market.
Both the FX-4130 and the FX-6130 will be launched in Q2 2012, with production in late February. Unfortunately, the price for both is TBD, and currently we only have the price for FX-6200 set at US $165.