AMD has added to its 8-Series range with six new chipsets, including three Phenom and three Athlon processors.
The firm said that the processors improve the visual experience on PCs, while lowering power consumption.
The Phenom II X6 1075, previously codenamed Thuban, includes high-end Turbo CORE acceleration technology for fine tuning, as well as six-core performance, and costs less than £160.
The Phenom II X2 560 Black Edition is again pitched as an affordable alternative, offering strong performance with low power consumption and performance tuning options for "enthusiasts".
The three 45nm Phenoms include six-, four- and two-core versions and range between £80 and £200, while the Athlons come in four-, three- and two-core versions and all cost under £100.
AMD said that the releases form part of its Vision Technology which promises to offer a smooth visual experiences.
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