AMD 800 chipsets to launch Q2 2010

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AMD 800 chipsets to launch Q2 2010
Reports have come in that AMD's new Leo and Dorado platforms will include support for state of the art components such as next-gen CPUs, DirectX 11 graphics and the 8 series chipset. According to Vr-zone, the latest AMD chipset will launch in April/May 2010.

The AMD 890FX/GX and SB850, which are expected to launch in April and are part of the Leo platform, will replace the current Dragon platform. The AMD 880G and SB810, which is part of the Dorado mainstream platform, will be launched in May 2010, and will replace the current 785G and SB710 chipset. These latest chipsets offer 6Gb/s SATA and USB 3.0 support, along with integrated MAC and clock generators.

Engineering samples will be ready by November, accompanied by the beginning of initial mass production. The public launch will take place in Q2 of 2010.

Source: Inpai

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