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We are getting set to re-structure our blog site and there will be a dedicated Bulldozer section that will launch with the new site. Here are the first 2 entries.

Introduction to the Bulldozer Blog:
http://bit.ly/aogYzM

What is Bulldozer:
http://bit.ly/dzPxJt

What you will see in the Bulldozer Blog in the near future:

* "Bulldozer 20 Questions" - we're reviving the popular 20 questions blog, we'll take the best public questions and answer them in the blog over a series of postings.
* Bulldozer technical blog - we'll have our engineers providing some technical details after the Hot Chips presentation
* Bulldozer client blog - yes, even though I spend my life in the server world, there will be a client blog to talk about how Bulldozer will impact the client world.

As always, we don't discuss launch dates, actual performance, pricing or engineering milestones, but look forward to seeing a lot of new information coming out in the future.

Be sure to bookmark the Bulldozer Blog; in the future we will have some syndication tools that allow us to keep you in touch and subscribed to all Bulldozer information.
lol John Fruehe?

OMG...ohaithere

Thanks for letting us know...wish we could convince you to give us some early performance comparisons but that's okay. Thanks for posting.
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Looks great! Are you really John Fruehe???
    
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running to the store to get popcorn when i get back spamming f5 on the blog
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post #24 of 10602
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So,right, im assuming that the socket type for this new upcoming cpu is not yet announced?

Or is it basically going to be a direct upgrade path for the same type of motherboard that runs the 1090t ?

Id love to know as im putting another rig together soon and if i can buy an amd setup with 1090t now and upgrade to this better bulldozer cpu next year on same board then im in!

Anyone?
I read the links.
It's going to be AM3,
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Just to make sure that everyone is up to speed on what Bulldozer is — a brand new design featuring up to 8 cores for client products and up to 16 cores for server products. Bulldozer will feature a new floating point unit that can support up to 256-bit floating point execution, which will boost the performance for technical applications that rely on floating point math. There will be some new software instructions that will be supported, allowing for greater performance and flexibility, but, it will be backwards compatible so you won’t need to change anything to start using the processor. We will be introducing this processor in 2011, and as we get closer we’ll get more granular on the actual availability.
    
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i loves the drop in a new cpu and go go go of amd
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Can't wait!

Will you please share a back-story of Bulldozer codename? Who thought about it, what were other alternatives, etc? This guy deserves a medal
Edited by DjiXas - 8/3/10 at 12:05am
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Can't wait!

Will you please share a back-story of Bulldozer codename? Who thought about it, what were other alternatives, etc? This guy deserves a medal
I'm pretty sure that's the picture they had in mind when they came up with the name
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Will you please share a back-story of Bulldozer codename? Who thought about it, what were other alternatives, etc?

Please?! I second this, hopefully more people will too.
    
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Looks great! Are you really John Fruehe???
Pretty sure. At least my wife hasn't said anything that would lead me to believe that I am not.

I don't owe you money, do I? In that case I am Stan Kowalski.
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Can't wait!

Will you please share a back-story of Bulldozer codename? Who thought about it, what were other alternatives, etc? This guy deserves a medal
Don't know much about how it started. All of the older code names were hammers (the original architecture was called "hammer".)

So you had jackhammer, sledgehammer, etc. But, alas, no MC Hammer (where is the love?)

So as we moved to the new architecture we needed something bigger, thus you have bulldozer for the big core and bobcat for the small core - both are earth movers.
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