As the date draws closer to the release of AMD's new Phenom quad-core processors, some more information has just been revealed in relation to the model names and clock speeds that the first crop of Phenoms will ship with along with some other interesting tidbits about the processors' characteristics.
Dailytech have the scoop.
AMD plans to debut its initial quad-core Phenom processors in late November: the Phenom 9600 and 9500. The 9600 will come clocked at 2.4GHz and the 9500 will have a slightly lower operating frequency of 2.2GHz.
Both Socket AM2+ processors feature a 512KB of L2 cache for each core and a shared 2MB pool of L3 cache. In addition, both processors will operate on a 3.6GHz HyperTransport bus and will have an 89 Watt Thermal Design Power envelope.
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