It seems that the FX processors from AMD have been the last generation of real 'pure' CPUs from them. AMD FX "Vishera" is the last line of CPUs from AMD according to a radmap. It makes the most sense to focus on APUs for AMD, and let's be honest here, Intel is doing the same ever since Sandy Bridge with embedded IGPs.
The AMD roadmap leaked onto the web by ProHardver.hu and shows that socket AM3+ "Vishera" will exist on AMD's product for a while longer into the year 2015 with no real data / plan (just look at the roadmap). 2015 will see the introduction of "Carrizo," an APU that succeeds "Kaveri," which will be based on future-generation "Excavator" CPU micro-architecture, and a future-generation GPU architecture, along with full HSA programming model implementation.
"Kabini" will be released soon and mid-2014 "Beema" will follow it up. The APUs are looking good alright.
Low Cost AMD Quad-Core FX Vishera processor released - 01/30/2013 09:40 AM
This week AMD introduced a new quad-core AMD FX-series central processing unit with code-named Vishera core and Piledriver micro-architecture. The new chip is a tad faster than its predecessors in th...
MSI AM3+ Vishera AMD FX Processors Ready Motherboards - 10/24/2012 07:15 AM
MSI spreads word that once the BIOS of MSI AM3+ mainboards have been updated, they will support newest 2012 FX Processor (Vishera) on a lot of motherboards including 900, 800 and 700 series chipsets. =
AMD Vishera FX-series CPU gets pricetag - 09/22/2012 07:37 AM
Pricing of AMD's upcoming Piledriver-based "Vishera" FX-series processors have hit the web. These prices aren't official though, they are the pre-order prices from a store named BLT.