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AMD adds speed to Shanghai processors

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AMD adds speed to Shanghai processors

Advanced Micro Devices Inc. today expanded its Opteron server processor lineup, lowering the bar on power drawn while raising the performance of chips.

The company launched 12 new quad-core Opteron chips, which include chips operating at speeds ranging from 2.1 GHz and 3.1 GHz. The chips draw between 40 watts and 105 watts of power and belong to AMD's family of server processors code-named "Shanghai."

The chips also include two new Opteron SE chips running at 3.1 GHz, which could be the fastest server processor to date on clock speed. Previous Opteron chips ran at a maximum of 2.8 GHz. The SE chips draw about 105 watts of power.

Also launched were two low-power Opteron EE chips that deliver similar performance while drawing significantly less power than their predecessors, according to AMD. The quad-core chips operate at around 40 watts, which is less than the existing Opteron HE chips that use 55 watts.

The Opteron EE 2377 operates at 2.3 GHz and is priced at $698. The Opteron EE 2373 chip runs at 2.1 GHz and is priced at $377. The chips are manufactured using a 45-nanometer manufacturing process.

The announcement of chips comes just a day after AMD said that it would ship its six-core Opteron processor code-named "Istanbul" in May. AMD claims Istanbul delivers better performance while drawing the same amount of power as existing quad-core Shanghai server chips.

New Opteron models running between 2.4 GHz and 2.9 GHz were also launched by the company.



the AMD processor gets more speed in shangai
it gets more speed of processor it speed than other processor
it is more useful than chip technology

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