The list includes the codenamed 1035T and 1055T models, and from previous AMD information we know the top end chip will be the 1075T and a dual TDP variation of the 1055T. The product lineup upon release should therefore look a little something like:
- Phenom II X6 1035T – 2.6GHz / 95W
- Phenom II X6 1055T – 2,8GHz / 95W
- Phenom II X6 1055T – 2,8GHz / 125W
- Phenom II X6 1075T – 3,0GHz /125W
On most counts, the chips are very similar to the existing Phenom II line, just with an added 2 cores. They will share the same 200MHz core speed and shared 6MB L3 cache, with 512KB L2 per core.
Prices and official launch date have not been announced, but many expect to see a release closer to the end of April.
While Intel was the first to publically debuted hexa-core processors, it looks like AMD will be the one bringing the technology to the masses through units that are affordable to everyday users.