AMD Athlon X2 BE-Series Hits Retail

@ 2007/07/13
AMD’s Athlon X2 BE-series processors have hit retail. AMD announced two Athlon X2 BE-series processors early last month, but the processors were absent from retail channels. Over a month later, the Athlon BE-series processors have begun showing up on Newegg. Newegg offers the Athlon X2 BE-2300 and BE-2350 for $89.50 and $95 USD, respectively.

The AMD Athlon X2 BE-series, based around Brisbane, offers lower thermal ratings at 45-watts. Besides the lower thermal ratings, the Athlon X2 BE-series is nearly identical to the Athlon 64 X2 Brisbane models, with 2x512KB of L2 cache, 2000 MHz HyperTransport speed and AMD Virtualization technology.

Comment from FireTech @ 2007/07/14
Originally Posted by Rutar View Post
plenty of those make the move to the darkside
especially after the 22nd....
Comment from Rutar @ 2007/07/14
plenty of those make the move to the darkside
Comment from jmke @ 2007/07/14
majority of not "every other year" upgrading people who know a bit about hardware have bought S939 A64 these past years; since AMD abandoned S939 they feel screwed over (rightly so!).

they'll not release new S939 CPUs, but it would have been nice
Comment from Kougar @ 2007/07/14
Not very likely I'd imagine, especially with AM2+ drawing near...?
Comment from Sidney @ 2007/07/13
It will make hell of a splash if AMD releases a few S939 X2 >3G.