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The AMD Sempron 3850 is AMD's lowest cost quad core AM1 SoC. It combines four Jaguar cores running at 1.3GHz with the R3 graphics solution all in a low power envelope.
Low cost and low performance socket AM1 SoC with half the number of cores as compared to other AM1 chips
The AMD Athlon 5150 is a lower cost part that provides SoC capabilities at low power consumption levels. This allows platforms to be small, inexpensive and quiet with minimal complexity.
The AMD Athlon 5350 will be the highest performing AM1 processor at launch. It provides solid CPU performance for this segment along with a GCN based GPU and low power consumption.
Benchmarks of a Dell DCS node with dual AMD Opteron 2419 EE processors and 48GB of RAM.
The AMD Opteron A1100 "Seattle" ARM server CPU announcement and a comparison to the Intel Atom C2750 Avoton processor
The dual AMD Opteron 6276 server platform provides a solid value for many applications that can take advantage of 16 cores per CPU, in some cases rivaling Intel processors that cost three times as much.
The dual AMD Opteron 6234 platform provides an interesting value proposition to the market with a low cost 24-core solution that can be purchased with motherboard, chassis and memory for less than a single top of the line Xeon ...
Our look at a dual AMD Opteron 4376 HE server and how these processors perform under our Linux benchmark suite
Where in the world is the AMD Operon 3200 series? Back on 20 May 2012 I did a quick news piece about the AMD Opteorn 3200 series launch, something I was super excited about at the time. Here’s the thing, Intel is complete...