AMD has announced three new triple-core processors and improved support for Microsoft's Hyper-V virtualisation technology. The new chips include the Phenom X3 8750 Black Edition, with a Clock Multiplier Control and tuneable performance, and the energy-efficient Phenom X3 8450e and Phenom X3 8250e.
AMD is aiming the new chips at digital content creators and the high-end gaming market. Meanwhile, the company has also announced that it is working more closely with Microsoft on virtualisation technology.
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