AMD 890GX chipset can be submitted as early as next week

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

According to the Turkish resource DonanimHaber, the company Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) plans to submit its latest chipset 890GX early as next week, namely on March 1. This chipset should be the first in a new line of chipsets AMD 8 Series, followed by other solutions.

AMD 890GX chipset is designed to interface with processors in the performance of AM3, including, obviously, and with powerful shestiyadernikami Thuban. In addition, it has integrated graphics-class ATI Radeon HD 4200 technology to support DirectX 10.1. AMD also intends to release another chipset in the new line - 880G, equipped with a built-in video processor Radeon HD 4250. Debut of AMD 880G be held on April 26.

Among other things, AMD intends to present in the line 8 Series two chipset without integrated graphics core - high-end model and the 890FX chipset AMD 870, designed for the mass market. Also reported that all motherboards built on AMD next generation should be "innate" support high-speed Interface SATA 6.0 Gbps. And the first of these motherboards can appear already at the Hanover trade fair CeBIT 2010.