AMD Ships Low-Power Turion Chips
Advanced Micro Devices has released a pair of mobile Turion 64-bit processors, both of which will appear in boutique notebooks from VoodooPC. (ExtremeTech)Advanced Micro Devices released a pair of mobile Turion 64-bit processors on Monday, both of which will appear in boutique notebooks from VoodooPC. The AMD MT-40 and MT-37 will form the new high end of the Turion "MT" family, the designation used for AMDs thin-and-light processors that use a 25-watt thermal design power envelope. A second family, the "ML" family, was designed for faster notebooks that consume up to 35 watts of power.
Both chips will be used inside the VoodooPC "Featherweight" and "Middleweight" series of notebooks.