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Mainboard Makers Expect AMD Phenom in November.
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Written by Samuknow   
Monday, 25 June 2007 16:25

Desktop chips based on the new micro-architecture of Advanced Micro Devices will arrive in November, expect Taiwanese mainboard makers. However, there will be just a few models, which is not a positive sign neither for AMD nor for the whole market of central processing units (CPUs).

 

The world’s second largest maker of microprocessors will initiate test-production of the chips code-named Agena “between September and October”, according to a news-story by DigiTimes web-site. The actual appearance of the new chips on the market will happen in November, based on claims of undisclosed sources at motherboard makers. This is inline with AMD’s promise to deliver new quad-core microprocessors for desktops by Christmas.

 

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