There are a few more details on Bulldozer, but they don't really paint a pretty picture. For example here's how Turbo is supposed to be working:
Quote:...which in light threaded workloads is exactly the same as Thuban. It's three years since Nehalem w/ Turbo gen1 launched, AMD should do better than that in 2011
When there is TDP headroom in given a workload, the Turbo Core kicks in and increases clock speed across the board. Conversely, when there is a lightly threaded workload, half the modules go into C6 sleep state, and the remaining cores get clocked up higher for better performance.