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post #11 of 15
From what the timeline says, we are expecting the Steam Roller this year, and the Excavator next year.

@Spatulator, what it looks like they are trying to convey (albeit poorly) with the slide is how they are improving the chip through different generations, the lines i believe as mentioned in the article show about 10% performance increase from generation to generation.
post #12 of 15
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Same thing I was waiting for and finaly made the jump to the 8350 from the 8150.
I completely enjoyed my 8150 with no complaints. New what I was buying and surpassed what most were saying.
But I,m very glad I finaly grabbed a 8350.
Much easyer over clocking with higher results across the board, with comparible lower voltage settings.
got mine off new egg on one of there sales for 174.00.
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I may just do it for something new to play with. I've taken this 8150 as far as it'll go and I would like to try something new. Plus I want to be able to say I've owned every AMD cpu since the Athlon X2. You know, important things like that. biggrin.gif
post #13 of 15
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Originally Posted by Beatusnox View Post

From what the timeline says, we are expecting the Steam Roller this year, and the Excavator next year.

@Spatulator, what it looks like they are trying to convey (albeit poorly) with the slide is how they are improving the chip through different generations, the lines i believe as mentioned in the article show about 10% performance increase from generation to generation.

Don't know if i have come to a tech site or building site biggrin.gif

Seriously - cannot wait to see what steamroller will be like. Just might flatten everything out there. tongue.gif

Athlon, I mean avalanche .....................
post #14 of 15
Sounds like we are a lot alike in that department-lol. But it was worth it to me any way.
    
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There has been some doubt about whether consumer processors based on AMD's upcoming Steamroller CPU architecture will be released this year. In November, the rumor mill suggested that Steamroller cores won't ship in desktop chips until 2014, which is later than the schedule AMD discussed with the press in early 2012. At CES in January, AMD answered with a roadmap clearly showing Steamroller-based Kaveri APUs on the menu for 2013. AMD's Q1 2013 Investor Presentation (PDF) also indicates that Kaveri will come to notebooks and desktops this year, and the document has an interesting surprise for the enterprise crowd:

Steamroller-based Opteron processors are coming in 2013, too. As Xbit Labs notes, an old Opteron roadmap released last year indicates that the new cores weren't supposed to infiltrate the firm's family of server and workstation CPUs until the second half of 2014. AMD will apparently have chips ready six months early.

http://techreport.com/news/24594/amd-roadmap-confirms-steamroller-based-opterons-this-year
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