AMD plans to showcase its new notebook platform (Tigris) at Computex 2009, according to a Chinese-language Commercial Times report. The new platform consists a 45nm dual-core Caspian CPU, RS880M chipsets, a 55nm or 40nm M9X GPU.
AMD's notebook platform for 2010 may also be revealed, the paper noted. The platform features a 45nm quad-core Champlain processor and SB8xxM series chipset. DDR3 memory and USB 3.0 will be supported, while the GPU will be updated AMD's next-generation Manhattan series, the paper detailed.
AMD will push its Yukon and Congo platforms for 13-inch and below notebooks, while Tigris will target notebooks that are 14-inch and above in size, added the paper.