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Grass! AMD confirms death of Sempron processors

AMD microprocessors Many users remember the days when the company decided to remove their brand K Series for Athlon and Duron processors, the latter subsequently replaced by Sempron. Now the company history repeat itself by replacing the latter by Haymarket.

Thus, the chip maker confirmed at the CeBIT trade fair held in Hannover, Germany, the death of the Sempron processor family, which will be replaced by so-called Haymarket, belonging to the E-Series Fusion line.

Sempron processors were developed in 2004 for low-end computers, as this passage to a better life could also join the Phenom family, if confirmed rumors that suggest it would be replaced by microprocessors lines FX-Series or A-Series .

AMD also noted that products of the E-Series, Grass, who will hand over to Sempron, will be low-end and will have a price.

So far we know that E-Series will consist of the E-240, which provides a single nucleus at a speed of 1.5 GHz, and the E-350, dual core and goes up to 1.6 GHz, but is likely to go more models in the coming months.


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