AMD’s Next-Gen Fused Corona Desktop
AMD is building it’s new technology of Corona Desktops by fusing the processor silicon with the Northbridge. The Corona will use Komodo CPUs.
AMD is introducing a new CPU architecture known as Piledriver, which is the successor to the Bulldorzer. It is also known as the Second Generation of Bulldozer. The Komodo CPUs to be used in Corona will be using FM2 infrastructure and have up to 10 Piledriver CPU cores, AMD Turbo Core 3.0 and DDR3 memory.
Although, this technology has not been started yet, but the proposed specifications have been approved. The Hudson D4 FCH (Fusion Controller Hub) will provide up to 10 USB 3.0 ports, 10 USB 2.0 ports, RAID 0/1/5/10 support and 8 SATA 6GB/s ports.
AMD has also introduced the latest motherboard to be used in the Corona Desktop. This motherboard will improve the chipset by switching to the design of FCH. The PCI express will also be integrated in the motherboard.
The release date or price of Corona Desktop is not yet confirmed but it will be released in 2012. Although, the Bulldozer might be released September 19 this year.
AMD is also bringing back their FX Moniker. They will be used on high-end processors. After viewing such amazing specifications of the Corona Desktop, fans of AMD would be eager to purchase this Desktop.