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Old May 28th 04, 03:34 PM
Wayne @ W.
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Default 939 to become obsolete in the near?

05/26/04 - DDR 2 and Socket 900 for Q2 2005
Some good Asian friends send us words about AMD plans regarding DDR 2 and it
could come out much sooner than expected. According to well informed OEM
sources, AMD is already testing a 90nm SOI DDR2 version on socket 900 code
named Toledo which will be followed, within a month or two, by dual-core
DDR2 90nm chips Egypt, Italy and Denmark from the K9 family. Coupled with a
massive 90nm ramp, AMD is undoubtedly planning to put a tremendous pressure
on Intel during the coming months...

Quoted from http://www.amdboard.com


Wayne


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Old May 29th 04, 01:08 AM
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Not surprising. All chips are obsolete if you are worried about what
is coming next. Remember the first pentium - that was history in a few
months ;-)).

Whatever - waiting for that chip that is never obsolete.

Just keep waiting.

"Wayne" == Wayne @ W writes:


Wayne 05/26/04 - DDR 2 and Socket 900 for Q2 2005 Some good Asian
Wayne friends send us words about AMD plans regarding DDR 2 and it
Wayne could come out much sooner than expected. According to well
Wayne informed OEM sources, AMD is already testing a 90nm SOI DDR2
Wayne version on socket 900 code named Toledo which will be
Wayne followed, within a month or two, by dual-core DDR2 90nm chips
Wayne Egypt, Italy and Denmark from the K9 family. Coupled with a
Wayne massive 90nm ramp, AMD is undoubtedly planning to put a
Wayne tremendous pressure on Intel during the coming months...

Wayne Quoted from http://www.amdboard.com


Wayne Wayne


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Old May 29th 04, 01:36 AM
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To dream the impossible dream... LOLOL



"Post Replies Here Please" wrote in message
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Not surprising. All chips are obsolete if you are worried about what
is coming next. Remember the first pentium - that was history in a few
months ;-)).

Whatever - waiting for that chip that is never obsolete.

Just keep waiting.

"Wayne" == Wayne @ W writes:


Wayne 05/26/04 - DDR 2 and Socket 900 for Q2 2005 Some good Asian
Wayne friends send us words about AMD plans regarding DDR 2 and it
Wayne could come out much sooner than expected. According to well
Wayne informed OEM sources, AMD is already testing a 90nm SOI DDR2
Wayne version on socket 900 code named Toledo which will be
Wayne followed, within a month or two, by dual-core DDR2 90nm chips
Wayne Egypt, Italy and Denmark from the K9 family. Coupled with a
Wayne massive 90nm ramp, AMD is undoubtedly planning to put a
Wayne tremendous pressure on Intel during the coming months...

Wayne Quoted from http://www.amdboard.com


Wayne Wayne




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Old May 29th 04, 12:51 PM
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AMD is kicking Intel's ass, but without manufacturing capacity it
doesn't matter much.

Of course Intel previously shot it self in both feet and was just
lying there moaning before the fight began.



On Fri, 28 May 2004 09:34:01 -0500, "Wayne @ W."
wrote:

05/26/04 - DDR 2 and Socket 900 for Q2 2005
Some good Asian friends send us words about AMD plans regarding DDR 2 and it
could come out much sooner than expected. According to well informed OEM
sources, AMD is already testing a 90nm SOI DDR2 version on socket 900 code
named Toledo which will be followed, within a month or two, by dual-core
DDR2 90nm chips Egypt, Italy and Denmark from the K9 family. Coupled with a
massive 90nm ramp, AMD is undoubtedly planning to put a tremendous pressure
on Intel during the coming months...

Quoted from http://www.amdboard.com


Wayne


 




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