AMD set up a FX series mini-site
Simon Telford / 7 years ago
AMD have been very sparse with information on their upcoming processors as of late with a lot of eager consumers expecting to see something at Computex. Sadly AMD didn’t show anything at Computex and consumers were still left in the dark with only a rough release date of August which for the very most, is just a rumour.
E3 has seen a bit more of a development though with a bit more information coming out of the horses mouth and a new AMD FX minisite page live on the interweb.
AMD FX is part of the Bulldozer set of processors that AMD have decided to revive to breathe a new life into the upcoming platform, though no more news on release dates have been hinted at sadly.
The information that we do know about Bulldozer and mainly the FX processors is where it will be in the AMD roadmap and more importantly, the CPU marketplace. AMD have already released the E series Brazos range of systems which saw a big hit for onboard DX11 capable components. We will shortly be seeing the rise of Llano and fingers crossed, after this is when FX should make a full scale entrance.
If you want to keep up to date with the happenings from AMD in regards to their FX processors, then check out their minisite on AMD’s website here.