The AMD Athlon II processor family now delivers high-performance, low-power dual-, triple- and quad-core processors to meet a range of computing needs. This variety and value enables OEMs and system builders to develop compelling PC solutions that address the market shift to power efficient, innovative PC designs optimized for Windows 7.1. The processors run at speeds between 2.2GHz and 2.9GHz and draw up to 95 Watts of power.
AMD said the chips are designed to go into desktops and new PC form factors including all-in-one and small desktops. Users will be able to see 3D graphics on PCs powered by the new processors. With this AMD Unveils addition of the ATI Radeon HD 5700 series, AMD is providing PC gamers and multimedia enthusiasts with four great choices to fully enjoy the Microsoft Windows 7 experience.