AMD in the CES conference, revealed its future desktop platform roadmap. According to some of these details, the company's next generation of desktop Summit code Ridge APU, the next generation of desktop Bristol code Ridge CPU, they will use the AM4 Socket processor socket will be used. In addition, AMD for the next generation of tight lipped about the details of desktop products.
In addition, it also shows a new boxed CPU radiator, spectre. AMD said the ghost of the radiator than in the past the radiator has a relatively large improvement, through more heat and air circulation, reducing the fan noise.
The phantom heat sink is made using a constant speed fan, noise 39 dB, and the test is carried out in the AMD's own muffler chamber. AMD believes the ghost heat sink will be one of the more quiet parts of PC. Constant speed fan noise than speed adjustable fan noise is lower, compared with FX, the boxed processor fan noise is 53 db.