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    Default Bulldozer supported Motherboards

    Now we all know that amd is planning to release their mid range bulldozer ,zambezi in the 2ndQ of the year 2011. .though i expected for more, there is a rumor that it beat i7 950 off about 50%(according to the @avas911 vhai's thread(three plat form was used to test-media ,rendering & gaming) specially in render and gaming field.
    mind that, zambezi has 8-core(integer-to be more accurate)/4 modules ,amar mone hoe akta module ke ekta core e bola valo(super-threaded core. )


    modules having two integer(sharing same instruction fetching and decoding hardware,a shared flouting point scheduler(with symmetrical two 128-bit pipelines).

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    here the first spotted bulldozer supporting am3+ socket embedded mobo, By msi ...

    MSI Bing Bang Conqueror AM3+ Bulldozer motherboard











    Taking a look at the motherboard reveals four PCI Express x16 slots, four DDR3 memory slots as well as a Military Class II design that uses 10 phases DrMOS PWM.

    Other features include six SATA 6Gbps ports, two PCIe x1 slots, on-board power, reset and OC Genie buttons, a BIOS debug LCD display, two rear USB 3.0 ports as well as a 90-degree angled SuperSpeed USB 3.0 front panel connector.
    SOURCE

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    These motherboards are having backway processors compatibility, so any one having am2+,am3 socket amd cpu, he can just upgrade motherboard first and switch to bulldozer cpu any time he wants later.

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    Mobo ta market e ashuk age...

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    Default Re: Bulldozer supported Motherboards

    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    zambezi has 8-core(integer-to be more accurate)/4 modules ,amar mone hoe akta module ke ekta core e bola valo(super-threaded core. )

    modules having two integer(sharing same instruction fetching and decoding hardware,a shared flouting point scheduler(with symmetrical two 128-bit pipelines).
    Its not only integer, it can execute either one 256bit FPU instruction or 2x128bit FPU instructions. So if the FPU is 128bit code, one module is the same as a dual core

    Plus, those motherboards will be out before launch of bulldozer, atleast to benchers. That way there will be 1100T's overclocked out of the water before being hit by the bulldozer

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    ami to ekhoni...

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    Aissala..........Processor BD te ashtese kobe?.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    Its not only integer, it can execute either one 256bit FPU instruction or 2x128bit FPU instructions. So if the FPU is 128bit code, one module is the same as a dual core

    Plus, those motherboards will be out before launch of bulldozer, atleast to benchers. That way there will be 1100T's overclocked out of the water before being hit by the bulldozer
    yea, bro, we can say it a dualcore pack.but, still integer both use same decode hardware and instruction fetching lines.they use shared floating point scheduler, from that point of view, we can say it is a super-threaded core..
    But, i have a great doubt, what will they do incase of double-floating-cases(it is getting more common these days)?i hope my guess is not true.
    And about the rumor , i totally think it can be taken seriously, as there is nothing to be unbelievable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    yea, bro, we can say it a dualcore pack.but, still integer both use same decode hardware and instruction fetching lines.they use shared floating point scheduler, from that point of view, we can say it is a super-threaded core..
    But, i have a great doubt, what will they do incase of double-floating-cases(it is getting more common these days)?i hope my guess is not true.
    And about the rumor , i totally think it can be taken seriously, as there is nothing to be unbelievable.
    Fetch and decode have been completely reworked, it can feed both the integer and floating point pipes simultaneously. Data is branched off in parallel

    AMD claims 90% of the performance of another core. Even taking 75%, thats major

    Lets see what happens. Samples are already out, and with the ES chips running 3.4+ghz, lets hope BD delivers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    Fetch and decode have been completely reworked, it can feed both the integer and floating point pipes simultaneously. Data is branched off in parallel

    AMD claims 90% of the performance of another core. Even taking 75%, thats major

    Lets see what happens. Samples are already out, and with the ES chips running 3.4+ghz, lets hope BD delivers
    just think of those days amd k8 processors crushing netbursts well....and my hope is also to hear this >
    'amd crushed sandybridge's pretty face with 50% lesser price'.and competing ivy bridge..
    Yea, though intel did very good, i hate intel for their disgusting pricing ,specially with their extreme editions....what made their k series so affordable, is amd's sweet pricing of their BE series.i may tell intel is good(till now,how know the future? ) but i love amd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    just think of those days amd k8 processors crushing netbursts well....and my hope is also to hear this >
    'amd crushed sandybridge's pretty face with 50% lesser price'.and competing ivy bridge..
    Yea, though intel did very good, i hate intel for their disgusting pricing ,specially with their extreme editions....what made their k series so affordable, is amd's sweet pricing of their BE series.i may tell intel is good(till now,how know the future? ) but i love amd.
    To be honest, i had a lot of stuff against intel back in those netburst days starting from their anti-competitive practices to the dismal P4 processors compared to the athlon 64's. Those have changed, and SB is quite impressive I must say, especially its frequencyower scaling. Of course, more competition is always welcome and if BD equals LGA2011 SB, it will be quite impressive and lower prices for us all

    I always loved AMD (since K5 > K6) but I choose whatever suits me best out there.

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    AMD always actually was head to head with intel.
    K5 >/= to P2, K6-3 > p3(at teh same clockspeeds )
    k7 > p3 and equals P4, but p4 had higher clockspeeds so they were generally better, but AMD have always competed with older arch, the Opteron arch (k8) which has been there since 03 has been competing with intel for quite a while now, k10.5 (which is just a rework ) shouldve been the K10, then AMD wouldve won the crown back at that time.
    BOO.
    I did have more intel processors, but I loved my k6-2, a64 3800+ and my phenom 9650 and now the 1090 T !.
    Intel also supports oppression in the middleast (cant remember my source) thus I wont be ever buying from them again. If I do find the source Ill let you guys know.
    FTW!!!!!!!!!!

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    thik bujhtesi na. Bulldozer niye onek high anticipation kaj kortese sobar moddhe...
    Asa kora jay kom daame onek valo performance dibe... Tobe intel er sathe performace er dik theke compete korte parbe bole monehoy na amr....Tobe daamer tulonay AMD er performace always better...

    eto technical bepar gula bujhi na vai. Eijnno ogula theke ektu dure theke comment korlam.

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    Fx processor gula kom dame expect koiro nah, Intels were imba expensive when they first hit, god knows if this is a monster, itll be priced monstrously
    FTW!!!!!!!!!!

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    AMD 900-Series Bulldozer Chipsets at Computex 2011


    More news for Computex, it can be expected to see AMD 900 series motherboards as motherboard makers will introduce their first AM3+ Bulldozer solutions based on the 900-series chipset logic developed by AMD.

    The 900-series will include three new motherboard chipsets, dubbed 990FX, 990X, and 970 and all of these support AM3+ processors as well as Nvidia's SLI technology. These motherboards are intended for the Bulldozer processors from AMD.

    The major difference between the three chipsets is the amount of PCI Express lanes available as the 990FX features 40 such lanes that can be routed to run two PCI Express x16 slots or four PCIe x8 slots, while the 990X packs two PCIe x8 slots. The 990FX is compatible with two-way (2 x16) and three-way (3 x8) SLI setups.
    All of the 900-series motherboard chipsets feature SATA 6Gbps with TRIM support, RAID 0/1/10/5, IOMMU I/O virtualization, as well as USB 3.0 support (via third party controllers). The 900-series motherboards are also compatible with older AM3 processors.
    All the reports that have been arriving until now stated that Bulldozer is scheduled for an early June release


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    ASUS M5A Series Socket AM3+ Motherboard Lineup


    If you click on the thumbnail below you'll notice a complete overview of what ASUS has in store for us when it comes to the entire ASUS M5A Series Socket AM3+ Motherboard Lineup including
    You will notice three models based on AMD 970 + SB950 chipset plus all specifications. M5A97 Pro, ASUS M5A99X EVO, TUF Sabertooth 990FX and ROG Crosshair V Formula. Props go out to SweClockers for the image.










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    ASUS AMD 990X motherboard surfaces

    I guess long before Computex all AMD 990X motherboards will have leaked onto the web. Here's the first one from ASUS called the ASUS M5A99X EVO, an upcoming Socket AM3+ motherboard for AMD's Zambezi processors. The motherboard has twop x16 PCIe slots and as announced by NVIDIA, will carry SLI support albeit in a 8:8 PCIe lane configuration.
    The AM3+ Black socket is powered by 8-phase Digi+ VRM, cooled by a large heatsink that sits next to the northbridge heatsink.

    We see six SATA 6 Gb/s ports from the SB950 southbridge and a another controller drives two additional SATA 6 Gb/s internal ports. Techpowerup reports that Other connectivity features include at least two USB 3.0 controllers made by ASMedia (ASUS subsidiary), two internal USB 3.0 ports by header (for front-panel or bracket), and probably two more ports on the rear panel. There's Realtek-made 8-channel HD audio, a gigabit Ethernet connection, and VIA-made FireWire controller.

    AMD FX-Series processors natively support DDR3-1866 MHz memory standard, there are four DDR3 memory slots wired to the socket, support dual-channel memory. Click the thumbnail.




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    ASUS 990FX Sabertooth Motherboard Photo's


    Well, the Computex tradeshow is getting closer and that's where AMD will announce (not launch) its 990FX chipset. Based on Socket AM3+ the first ASUS 990FX Sabertooth motherboard pictures just surfaced.
    The TUF series (The Ultimate Force) Sabertooth 990FX seems to be styled in the very same color as its earlier models, no tactical jacket anymore though.
    This AM3+ motherboard will get it's juice from a 10-phase Digi+ VRM. Socket AM3+ will support the Bulldozer based Zambezi FX Series Processors which launch later in June/July.
    If you look a little closer at the board you'll spot DDR3 DIMM slots supporting dual-channel memory up-to DDR3-1866 MHz straight from the EFI BIOS.
    The TUF has four PCI-Express 2.0 x16 (x16/x4/x8/x8 or x16/x4/x16/NC) based on what you use the slots for of course.
    Storage wise we spot six internal SATA 6 Gb/s ports supporting RAID and another two internal SATA 3 Gb/s from a third-party controller likely JMicron or Marvel. Anyway, have a peek at the photo's, clock to enlarge of course ...







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    MSI 990FXA-GD80 Socket AM3+ Motherboard Pictured


    Well, after all others, of course MSI's AMD 990FX chipset based motherboard information and photo's had to leak as well.
    Meet the "Big Bang Conqueror", based on the 990FXA-GD80. An socket AM3+ motherboard that supports AMD's upcoming FX series processors, is based on the AMD 990FX + SB950 chipset.
    The motherboard has a 10-phase VRM + 2 for memory, and uses MSI's milotary II design and component selection. You'll spot four PCI-Express 2.0 x16 with support for NVIDIA SLI and AMD CrossFireX; two PCI-E x1, and a PCI.
    Six SATA 6 Gb/s ports are located at internal ports, you'll spot two USB 3.0 controllers, driving two ports on the rear panel. Expect the MSI 990FXA-GD80 to launch in late June, prive is TBA, but we expect 180 USD.



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