AMD plans to launch the new Triple-Core processor family by Q1 next year and it will be called Phenom 7-series instead. The codename for the Triple-core processors is Toliman, a 65nm quad-core Agena core based with one core disabled. VR-Zone has learned that there will be 2 models at launch; Phenom 7700 and 7600 clocked at 2.5GHz and 2.3GHz respectively. Both processors will be AM2+ based, 3 x 512LB of L2 cache, 2MB of shared L3 cache and has TDP of 89W. We can expect DVT samples to be available by January, production by February and launch by March 2008. Further down the roadmap, we can see 3-core Heka based on 45nm quad-core Deneb with one core disabled supporting AM3 in H1 2009.

Phenom 7series AMD Triple Core Is Phenom 7 Series

AMD plans to launch the new Triple-Core processor family by Q1 next year and
it will be called Phenom 7-series instead. The codename for the Triple-core
processors is Toliman, a 65nm quad-core Agena core based with one core disabled.
VR-Zone has learned that there will be 2 models at launch; Phenom 7700 and 7600
clocked at 2.5GHz and 2.3GHz respectively. Both processors will be AM2+ based, 3
x 512LB of L2 cache, 2MB of shared L3 cache and has TDP of 89W. We can expect
DVT samples to be available by January, production by February and launch by
March 2008. Further down the roadmap, we can see 3-core Heka based on 45nm
quad-core Deneb with one core disabled supporting AM3 in H1 2009.