As we know, first AMD FX series processors (a.k.a. Zambezi) should debut in June. There will be four models presented: FX-4110, FX-6110, FX-8110 and FX-8130P. However, according to Chinese media, we are likely to see four more FX series products launch couple of months after: FX-8150, FX-8100, FX-6100 and FX-4100.
AMD FX-8150 and FX-8100 will be eight-core models with 8MB of L2 cache. Hexa-core AMD FX-6100 features 6MB of L2 cache, while AMD FX-4100, quad-core CPU, will boast of 4MB of cache. Same as FX-series processors that are set for June, these novelties will supports DDR3-1866 memory and AMD Turbo Core 2.0 technology too. CPU multiplier will be unlocked as well.
Thermal package for AMD FX-8150 numbers 125W, while other three models have TDP of 95W. Currently there is not info on actual clocks rates, however, follow AMD FX-8150 naming it seems to operate at higher compared to FX-8130P frequency.
Production of new FX series processors should begin in August with the actual availability in September. Price info is not available.