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re: AMD starts shipping 16-core 'Bulldozer' chip
Peter Clarke   9/9/2011 9:18:40 AM
I cannot find any mention of power consumption. I guess it is not helpful when it comes to trying to sell the product.

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re: AMD starts shipping 16-core 'Bulldozer' chip
docdivakar   9/8/2011 5:28:54 PM
@Peter Clarke: any futher details on this processor? I am curious to know the power consumption requirements of this chip. I am sure it has on-board memory controller and dynamic power management between the cores like the Opteron6100's. The 6100's consume upwards of 110Watts with 8-core, so I am curious about the bulldozer chip's power needs. MP Divakar

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