AMD 1090FX SERIES CHIPSET


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We’d normally expect AMD to be at the forefront of supporting new technologies. Course I’ll reserve final judgement till it actually ships. There’s always a catch. Monday, November 7th There were no transistor count changes between them. Very curious about the lack of PCIE 3. I concede Intel was ahead with X Well the upgrade to the ALink bus didn’t happen thanks to the northbridge but thanks to the SB.

The , on the other hand, gives out just one x16 link, which can drive up to two graphics cards. I think the new northbridge is built on 40 nm process. What i want to know is when the next iteration of B. So it’s an optical shrink. But the lack of PCIe 3. Sounds nice but I learned my lesson about buying an AMD board before the chip is released for it. The was a reworked , but the stands on it’s own.

The was a reworkedbut the stands on it’s own. I concede Intel was ahead with X But the lack of PCIe 3. AMD will scrap its present model of X andin which the northbridge is essentially the same piece of silicon, with the X having lane switches and supporting CrossFireX. There’s always a catch.

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Wasn’t the also a reworked ? If there’s anything to look forward to, it’s the new southbridge.

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Sounds nice but I learned my lesson about buying an AMD board before the chip is released for it. Course I’ll reserve final judgement till it actually ships. So it will run cooler with lower power draw. The transistor count is the same.

There were no transistor count serles between them. Let me fix that part.

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Theon the other hand, gives out just one x16 link, which can drive up to two graphics cards. Don’t think it really matters personally, but if they going to make GPUs that use it why not make motherboard chipsets that support it? I think the new northbridge is built on 40 nm process. Well the upgrade to the ALink bus didn’t happen thanks to the northbridge but thanks to the SB. Clock-for-clock, G92b 55 nm was cooler and drew less power than G92 65 nm.

Thanks for bringing this to our attention btarunr.

Very curious about the lack of PCIE 3. Monday, November 7th So I guess all the limited resources are going into that. The “gen” here didn’t change, just the fab process. sries

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This rebranding chipzet one chip is getting close to being as bad as nVidia and the one MCP that powered 19 different chipsets over 4 generations. Something makes me feel like if they could tweak it a bit, then they would be able to do what they did with the Phenom to Phenom II rehash.

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We’d normally expect AMD to be at 1090vx forefront of supporting new technologies. So it’s an optical shrink. Not sure what is going on at AMD any more. When you optically shrink a chip without affecting its transistor count, and downscale its voltage, it will result in lower temperatures. Dozie is coming out.

What i want to know is when the next iteration of B.