AMD Vishera FX-8350 (x86 Piledriver) Gets Pitted Against FX-8150 in Various CPU Benchmarks
Benchmark comparison of AMD’s upcoming FX-Vishera 8350 against the FX-Bulldozer 8150 have been posted over at OBR-Blog. The FX-Vishera processors are based on the x86 piledriver architecture which features improved clock frequencies for better performance and launches sometime around Q4 2012.
The FX-8350 features an Octacore design and comes clocked at 4.0GHz stock and 4.2GHz Turbo Core frequency. For comparison, the first generation FX-8150 is also an eight core processors clocked at 3.6GHz stock and 4.2GHz Turbo Core frequency. Both processors are built on a 32nm fabrication process with a rated TDP of 125W. Each CPU has 8MB of L3 Cache.
Go to link above for benchmarks. Engineering Sample not a retail version.