AMD has reportedly finalized its high-performance desktop processors based on the Bulldozer architecture and is now considering a September launch for its first FX-Series CPUs that target enthusiast users and gamers. According to the information uncovered by a Chinese website, the Sunnyvale-based company is planning to release the chips in the 37th or 38th week of 2011, which spans between September 12 and 23. This interval fits right well with the alleged September 19 release date that we talked about in a previous article. Outside of the details regarding the FX-Series processor launch, the publication also found out that AMD's flagship FX-8150P CPU will retail for $269, which makes it $48 cheaper than the Intel Core i7-2600K and $58 more expensive than the Core i5-2500K. From what we do know at this point in time, the FX-8150P features four Bulldozer processor modules for a total of eight computing cores, 8MB of Level 2 cache as well as 8MB of Level 3 cache. The chip will sport a base frequency of 3.6GHz, which can be increased up to 4.2GHz thanks to the Turbo Core technology, and its TDP is set at 125W. AMD plans to launch this processor together with three other chips, including another eight-core model that is known as the FX-8100 and packs similar specifications with the FX-8150P. However, the FX-8100 will feature lower clocks speeds, 2.8GHz base and 3.7GHz maximum Turbo, to allow AMD to drop its TDP at 95W. The two other AMD Bulldozer CPUs expected in mid-September are the FX-6100 and FX-4100, which sport six and four processing cores, respectively. Both of these include 8MB of L3 cache as their older siblings, but feature less L2 cache and lower clock speeds. No details regarding the pricing of the three latter processors are known at this point in time.