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Wednesday, 05 March 2008 13:48

AMD's VP announces new Phenom clocks

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Cebit 08: In the next two months


Patrick Moorehead
, VP of Advanced Marketing at AMD, just said that there will be two clock speed increases in Phenoms. He wasn’t that specific about the speed jumps, but you can speculate that 2.4 and probably up to 2.6GHz will be the next step.

Both of these speed jumps are expected in the next two months, and all will take place before June. He also said that Puma, a notebook platform should launch at Computex.

Clocks higher than 2.6GHz will come in second half of 2008 with 45nm Deneb a part of the Stars 45nm core, but AMD or Kicking Pat didn’t talk about it.

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