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Specifications of first "Bulldozer" desktop processors leaked in March 2011, or 8 months before they were officially introduced. It was rumored that the initial Bulldozer lineup would consists of 4 different SKUs, with the FX-8130P being the fastest. The CPU had 8 CPU cores, up to 8 MB of L3 cache, and unlocked multiplier. The "P" in the model number signified higher Thermal Design Power (125 Watt). The clocks of this chip were not known, however it was reported that the processor had Turbo Core feature enabled. Prices of this and other FX products were revealed in May, and, according to them, the FX-8130P was priced at $320. The CPU was never released though. The closest production SKU to the FX-8130P was the FX-8150, that launched in October 2011 at about $100 lower price point.

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AMD FX-8130P specifications

General information
TypeCPU / Microprocessor
Market segmentDesktop
FamilyAMD FX-Series
Model number  ? FX-8130P
CPU part number
  • FX-8130P is an OEM/tray microprocessor
Frequency  ? 3800 MHz
Turbo frequency4200 MHz
Package938-pin micro-PGA package
SocketSocket AM3+
Price at introduction$320
Architecture / Microarchitecture
Processor core  ? Zambezi
Manufacturing process0.032 micron
Data width64 bit
The number of cores8
The number of threads8
Floating Point UnitIntegrated
Level 2 cache size  ? 4 x 2MB
Level 3 cache sizeUp to 8 MB
  • MMX instructions
  • SSE / Streaming SIMD Extensions
  • SSE2 / Streaming SIMD Extensions 2
  • SSE3 / Streaming SIMD Extensions 3
  • SSSE3 / Supplemental Streaming SIMD Extensions 3
  • SSE4 / SSE4.1 + SSE4.2 / Streaming SIMD Extensions 4  ? 
  • SSE4a  ? 
  • AES / Advanced Encryption Standard instructions
  • ABM / Advanced Bit Manipulation  ? 
  • AVX / Advanced Vector Extensions
  • FMA4 / 4-operand Fused Multiply-Add instructions
  • XOP / eXtended Operations instructions
  • AMD64 / AMD 64-bit technology  ? 
  • VT / Virtualization technology  ? 
  • EVP / Enhanced Virus Protection  ? 
  • Turbo Core 2.0 technology
Low power features
  • Core C1, C1E, C6 and CC6 states
  • Package S3, S4 and S5 states
  • PowerNow!
Integrated peripherals / components
Integrated graphicsNone
Memory controller
  • The number of controllers: 1
    Memory channels: 2
    Supported memory: DDR3-1866
    Maximum memory bandwidth (GB/s): 29.9
Other peripheralsHyperTransport 3.1 technology
Electrical / Thermal parameters
Thermal Design Power  ? 125 Watt
Notes on AMD FX-8130P
  • The processor has unlocked clock multiplier

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AMD FX-8130P benchmark and overclocking leaks ... faked?
Jul 15, 2011: In the past month, there were several leaks of Bulldozer benchmarks and related information. In June, a screenshot emerged with superPi test results of FX-8130P engineering sample, overclocked to 4.6 GHz. In July, many sites published SuperPi screenshots of the same CPU, overclocked to even more impressive 5.1 GHz. Both of these leaks were attributed to OBRovsky Blog. A few days ago Donanimhaber published alleged pictures and benchmarks of AMD FX-8130P engineering sample.

Prices of AMD FX-, E2- and A-Series desktop CPUs leaked
May 23, 2011: DigiTimes revealed today prices for upcoming AMD A-, E2- and FX-Series microprocessors. According to their sources, the processors will be priced from $70 for dual-core E2-3250 CPU, and up to $320 for flagship octo-core FX-8130P.

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Frequency Turbo
TDP Features Price  
AMD FX-Series family, Socket AM3+
   FX-62006 / 63.8 GHz4.1 GHz6 MB8 MB125W$132>
   FX-63506 / 63.9 GHz4.2 GHz6 MB8 MB125W$132>
   FX-81008 / 82.8 GHz3.7 GHz8 MB8 MB95W >
   FX-81108 / 83.6 GHz4 GHz8 MB 95W >
   FX-81208 / 83.1 GHz4 GHz8 MB8 MB125W$153>
   FX-8120 (95W)8 / 83.1 GHz4 GHz8 MB8 MB95W >
   FX-8130P8 / 83.8 GHz4.2 GHz8 MB 125W  
   FX-81408 / 83.2 GHz4.1 GHz8 MB8 MB95W >
   FX-83008 / 83.3 GHz4.2 GHz8 MB8 MB95W >
   FX-83208 / 83.5 GHz4 GHz8 MB8 MB125W$153>
   FX-81508 / 83.6 GHz4.2 GHz8 MB8 MB125W$183>
   FX-83508 / 84 GHz4.2 GHz8 MB8 MB125W$195>
   FX-81708 / 83.9 GHz4.5 GHz8 MB8 MB125W >
   FX-93708 / 84.4 GHz4.7 GHz8 MB8 MB220W$224>
   FX-95908 / 84.7 GHz5 GHz8 MB8 MB220W$306>
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FX Series core count

2011-05-27 11:30:52
Posted by: Farraday

They don't really have eight cores, at least not in the sense that previous generation CPU have.

They have four cores, each with two independent integer execution units and one shared floating point unit.

So there are 8 independent integer units + 4 shared floating point units. Maybe this should be somehow noted in the description, akin to Intel HT ?

Response: I'll add a note regarding shared CPU & FPU logic to all FX-Series chips

8 Core

2011-05-31 13:46:36
Posted by: Max

yes they have 8 cores not four all 8


2011-07-01 23:01:35
Posted by: Formula350

Corrections: They have 8 cores, but 4 'Modules' (2C/Module). Shared bits are L2 and Scheduler. The FPU are a bit different from the norm, being capable of per-core independent 128bit operation, or join 256bit operation (but only on AVX instructions).

Might be more accurate to state on the primary page that the specs are based on "speculation", not "known" info. Some of it seems to stem from here:!
It's all speculation, but we've had fun doing it (at least I have, learning a good bit in the process). Just needs to be taken with a grain of salt, as not every site has been. Heck, I do work at Pro-Clockers and I've not posted any of the rumors we've came up with lol

We'll find out in (hopefully) in another month now! Can't wait :D


2011-08-04 16:08:31
Posted by: Ladyheartbreaker

They have 8 cores, each having 4 independent integer processing units. Get it right or not at all.

Cores vs Modules

2011-08-18 07:09:49
Posted by: Farraday

We all saw the HotChips presentation.

The thing is that, if there are 8 parallel (and independent) execution contexts that require no FP, then there are 8 execution units to process them simultaneously.

However, there can only by 4 parallel execution contexts that require FP, because each 'module' has only one shared FP unit.

In the end, if you compare a Bulldozer with 4 Modules made out of 8 int + 4 fp units with a current generation 8 core Opteron, each core capable of executing 1 int and 1 fp context, the Opteron will win in scenarios with 8 parallel FP workloads.

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