AMD 4x4 will set you back about a grand
All the cool kids are doing quad core. At least that's what AMD and Intel want us to believe, as quad-core solutions have become the centerpiece of the their product lineups. Intel's Kentsfield is expected to arrive shortly, and AMD's 4x4 may be set for lift-off this week.
At a briefing in Munich late last week, AMD revealed that the 4x4 will start around $1,000 and will run on an NVIDIA chipset. A cool grand will get you two dual-core FX-70 processors, with the FX-72 and FX-74 costing a bit more. A fourth CPU, the FX-76, will appear during the second quarter of 2007. German site golem.de reports All four CPUs are 90nm parts with 2MB of L2 cache. The clock speed on the new CPUs will range from 2.6GHz on the FX-70 up to 3.2GHz on the FX-76.
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