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AMD says Fusion won't be 22nm or ready in 2010

And not even called fusion anymore
By: Sean Kalinich | CPU, APU & Chipsets News | Posted: Aug 3, 2009 3:40 pm

After a few rumors popper up on the Internet about the AMD Fusion launching in 22nm and late next year we find that neither of these were true.


The new word on the wires is that the new GPU+GPU will be in glorious 32nm and hit the shelved some time in 2011. This means that Intel will have a considerable lead on AMD in terms of a graphics on CPU design.


This gap reminds me of the gap that existed between Intel's Hybrid Quad Core and the AMD Barcelona native quad.


If AMD cannot get themselves back on track and their projects more in line with their competition they could be in real trouble. After all we know that AMD is seriously behind Intel in terms of 32nm and now they are going to be even further behind in terms of product offerings.


AMD says that Fusion won't be 22nm or ready in 2010


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