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AMD to Introduce Bulldozer-Compatible Core-Logic Sets in Q2 2011
Advanced Micro Devices plans to introduce its new 9-series chipsets that will support the forthcoming code-named Zambezi processors featuring Bulldozer micro-architecture as well as input/output memory management unit (IOMMU) in the second quarter of 2011. The new breed of chipsets will be a part of AMD Scorpius enthusiast desktop platform.
Although there will be several minor differences between AMD 8-series and AMD 9-series core-logic sets, the main two features of the new Scorpius platform will be support for new Bulldozer micro-architecture processors as well as IOMMU, a technology that will bring a number of new features to AMD's desktop platforms and will differentiate it from competing offerings from Intel Corp., according to people familiar with AMD's plans.
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