More info emerges on AMDs Ultra Value Platform

Two CPUs lined up with 22W and 15W TDPs.

Published Tue, Sep 9 2008 10:20 PM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:38 PM CST
The lads over at CHW have come up with the goods once again, this time revealing a few more details about AMDs answer to the Intel Atom and VIA Nano mobile platforms; dubbed the AMD Ultra-Value Client.

More info emerges on AMDs Ultra Value Platform

More info emerges on AMDs Ultra Value Platform

They have gotten hold of two slides which indicate two CPU models to be used for AMD UVC, these being an Athlon X2 3250e operating at 1.5GHz with a TDP of 22W and an even lower powered single core Athlon 2650e chip at 1.6GHz with a TDP of just 15W.

As reported, some of the noteable features of UVC include :-

* Cost optimized solution: Low power processor enable new form factors and a lower bill of materials

* The PC experience users expect: More than Nettops and Netbooks, AMD UVC offers traditional PC performance, it will be paired with AMD 690 or AMD 740 chipset for a high quality visual experience

* Standard platform infrastructures: The two CPUs that are part of UVC use socket s1g1 for notebooks and AM2 for desktops, this enables a better time to market and lower development costs
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