Leaked documents have recently surfaced online which reveal AMD's 2009 desktop processor plans and also confirms the marketing branding name of the CPUs, Phenom II.
According to the leak, on January 8th 2009, AMD will release its two fastest quad-core 125 watt planned desktop processors, the Phenom II X4 940 Black Edition and 920. The 940 comes clocked at 3GHz and unlocked with 8MB of cache and the 920 comes clocked at 2.8GHz, also with 8MB of cache. Both of these processors will be AM2+ models.
A little later in February, AMD will release its range of quad-core 95 watt processors using the new AM3 socket with support for DDR3 memory. The top dog AM3 processor will be the Phenom II X4 925, which comes clocked at 2.8GHz and with 8MB of cache. There is also the Phenom II X4 910 clocked at 2.6GHz and with 8MB cache. Then we go down to the Phenom II X4 810 that is also clocked at 2.6GHz but only comes with 6MB cache.
Finally, also to be released in February, is the Phenom II X3 triple-core series, including the X3 720 which comes clocked at 2.8GHz and unlocked with 7.5MB of cache. Then there is the X3 710 which comes clocked at 2.6GHz with 7.5MB cache also.
You can get some more details over at this website.
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