And for those who delight on powerful processing capacities, I learned that AMD presented not one, but two new micro-architectures for CPU's to be used on desktops and for a wide range of laptops. Regarding the the manufacturing process, the new thing is the entrance of AMD into the 32 nanometers production with metal ports transistors named "high-k", already being used by Intel since 2007.
The architecture witht he code name "Bulldozer" will organize diferent series of desktop and laptop CPUs. The biggest innovation of this type of chips is the instalation of two full processing units for each core. By other words, each core of the new processors will include two sub-processors, dedicated to the majority of the common tasks. AMD guarantees that more than 80% of the processed tasks, usually processed by the main processor, will be processed by this new units. This technology is seen as a sophisticated reply to the Hyper-Threading technology (which enables the sytem to run two tasks simultaneously by each processing core) from Intel.
The Bulldozer processors will begin to show up on those tradicional CPUs, but later they will be sold under the concept of APU (Accelerated Processing Unit), this chips will integrate the cpacities of both the CPU and GPU (graphical processor for who dones't kow what it is).
The processors now revealed by AMD are the first to be developed according to the new company organization, which became a brand totally dedicated to processor design, just like Nvidia and ARM.