Friday, February 1st 2008

AMD Quad-Core and Triple-Core Phenom Production Schedule

HKEPC has posted information about the AMD Phenom product schedule for this fiscal year. Aside from the original Chinese article, the graphics are written in crisp and legible English. All the information you need is there.

Source: HKEPC
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13 Comments on AMD Quad-Core and Triple-Core Phenom Production Schedule

#1
snuif09
cant wait for those triple cores.:)
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#2
mdm-adph
You know, I know it's pretty far fetched, but it'd be cool if those 9150e's were 65W chips...
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#3
tvdang7
why did they have to make a 50 version? id say just keep the same number scheme. just like when they made venice revisions . no need for new numbers.
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#4
X-TeNDeR
They want to differentiate the old B2 no-no cores from the new B3 batch.. some people feel better with this.
I must say, i find the naming scheme very close to intel's C2D/C2Q... hell, even the new nvidia parts have a naming scheme similar to past radeons... geforce 9800pro anyone? :)
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#5
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Well, Intel is taking a few pages from AMD and it paid off for them, only right that AMD would do the same. Them tri cores look awesome, however, I wonder if they can take the new DDR1066 memory? If so, I may forgo Quad and get me a tricore on the cheaper :)
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#6
happita
Maybe the 50 in the new number scheme indicates that those versions are free from the erratum bug? Just a guess.
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springs113
by: happita
Maybe the 50 in the new number scheme indicates that those versions are free from the erratum bug? Just a guess.
The b3 revisions are intact and erratum free...and sources have stated that they are also more overclockable than the b2s.
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#8
ryboto
by: mdm-adph
You know, I know it's pretty far fetched, but it'd be cool if those 9150e's were 65W chips...
Considering they have a 1.8ghz HE version of the barcelona chips and they state a "TDP" of 55W, I'm sure those 9150e's will be 65W, what else would they be? 80W? doesn't really make sense if true. I'd like to see how much they could be undervolted....
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#9
Wile E
Power User
Can't wait to see what the triple cores can do. Might be a nice cheap upgrade for my AMD back-up rig.
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#10
happita
by: springs113
...and sources have stated that they are also more overclockable than the b2s.
Obviously, I just thought that was general common sense :p
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#11
springs113
im just wondering should i keep my amd system as my main rig or should i put my core 2 duo in my main setup and place my amd setup as my htpc one...as of right now...i dont know...this is why i havent gone dual gt or dual 3870 yet...i currently own one of each...
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Wile E
Power User
by: springs113
im just wondering should i keep my amd system as my main rig or should i put my core 2 duo in my main setup and place my amd setup as my htpc one...as of right now...i dont know...this is why i havent gone dual gt or dual 3870 yet...i currently own one of each...
Quad core Intel for main, AMD for back-up/second rig. Like me! :D
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#13
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
Q3 2008 sounds way too late for the 9950. Is the Agena FX dead?
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