We've learned that Fusion is a native chip that represents a synergy of CPU and GPU on a single chip, at least the one that comes in 2011 is. It won't simply be two dies in MCM on the same chip. AMD has announced two APU products, delayed all the way to 2011 and at least one of them will be a 32nm chip.
Assuming this is true for the moment, I wonder if this is the intended application for the HiK/MG 32nm bulk CMOS node on the roadmap for TFC. In which case these could be bulldozer cores in the APU?
Or would it make more sense for AMD to put the Stars core into Fusion on bulk CMOS at 32nm?
Also someone with better recollection of history help me out here, assuming the 2011 timeline comes out to be true then how many years will it have taken AMD to get this thing out from time of purchase of ATi? Will it be 6yrs at that point?