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|1st September 2009, 16:09||#1|
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AMD releases 40W EE Istanbuls
AMD RELEASED THE last member of the Istanbul family this morning, the 40W EE version. For a six core, 1.8GHz chip, this is a pretty low power draw.
The raw specs on the chip are not really any different from the previous Istanbul releases. SE, normal, HE and EE all share the same feature set, a drum AMD likes to rightly bang. Looking at the spec sheet does not induce headaches like it does with Intel products. Short story, other than clock and wattage, this Istanbul is the same as the other Istanbuls.
Technically speaking, the product is called the Opteron 2419 EE. The new CPU costs $989 and it runs at 1.8GHz while drawing 40W ACP. The usual disclaimer of ACP and Intel's TDP not being comparable apply, so if you are concerned about comparing apples to offroad tires, run the measurements yourself.
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