First spotted by the folks over at CPU World, the quad-core processor is listed for $120.42 with no information when the processor will ship.
Originally, the chip was scheduled to launch in Q1 or Q2 together with additional SKUs, including the quad-core versions 4120, 4150 and 4200 as well as the eight-core models 8140 and 8170. However, that launch never happened and AMD has remained silent on the reasons and possible future launch dates. While the listing on ShopBLT could be a fluke, there are now rumors that the chips could be launching in September or October.
The 4130 integrates the 32 nm Zambezi core and ships with a clock speed of 3800/3900 MHz. The thermal design power is 125 watts.
AMD did not comment on the availability of this or other possible future FX processors.