Barcelona is server part while Agena FX is a FX super fast gaming part. They are both based on what AMD claims is “evolutionary design” and it calls it K10. AMD will introduce and show this CPU at Tunisia on the 23rd and 24th of April. We already told you a lot about this here.
It is the first native Quad core each having 512KB of cache memory and 2MB of shared L3 cache. It supports Hypertransport 3, enhanced PowerNow marchitecture, AMD Virtualisation. The company also claims that it is a performance leader per watt.
AMD To Showcase Barcelona this month?
According to this slide at Hardspell.com, AMD is going to be showing off the upcoming Barcelona processor to the press in Tunisia this month. That won’t mean that you are going to see reviews of it any sooner, but any information is good information.