AMD "Kaveri" Successor Codenamed "Carrizo," Arrives in 2015

@ 2013/07/29
Although ASUS scored some headlines by announcing the world's first socket FM2+ motherboards last week, and although those motherboards are designed to support current socket FM2 chips, it won't be before 2014, that the first socket FM2+ APUs, codenamed "Kaveri," will arrive. Kaveri's successor is already a blimp on the radar for tech industry analysts, codenamed "Carrizo." Slated for 2015, these chips are said to introduce support for DDR4 system memory, and TDP across the board, rated at 65W, probably because silicon fab processes available to AMD at the time could favor it.

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