Leaked AMD Roadmap Reveals Three New Bulldozer Processors on Tap for Q1

We've heard rumors that AMD will release CPUs based on its Piledriver architecture sometime in the third quarter of this year, around the same time Trinity makes its debut, but before that happens, it looks as though the Sunnyvale chip maker will flesh out its Bulldozer line. Word on the Web is that AMD is getting ready to release three new Bulldozer processors any day now.

Source: Donanimhaber.com

A leaked slide fell into the hands of Chinese website Donanimhaber (see above), and it reveals some details about each of the three new parts on tap from AMD. They include:
  • AMD FX-8140: 8 cores, 3.2GHz, 16MB cache
  • AMD FX-6120: 6 cores, 3.5GHz, 14MB cache
  • AMD FX-4150: 4 cores, 3.9GHz, 12MB cache

Each of the three new processors is capable of running at up to 4.1GHz via Turbo Boost, and each one is rated with a 95W TDP. What we don't know, however, is when exactly AMD plans to launch these parts and at what price points.