|jmke ||28th September 2005 22:56 |
AMD Athlon 64 X2 5000+ Info
AMD has confirmed on the Socket M2 design and will be unveiling the Socket M2 processors in Q2 2006. Single-core Athlon 64/FX "Orleans" and Dual-core Athlon 64 X2 "Windsor" will be based on 90nm processor technology and will support DDR-II 667 memory bus, bi-directional 1GHz HT bus, Presidio Security as well Pacifica Virtualization. The Athlon 64 X2 5000+ is based on Socket "Windsor" core and is clocked at 2.667GHz (8.0 x 333.3MHz) and contains 2 x 1MB L2. http://www.vr-zone.com/?i=2755&s=1
|Sidney ||28th September 2005 23:04 |
Gentlemen, start saving now:)
|zachig ||29th September 2005 05:38 |
Yay. That's one of a monster CPU!!!
|FoRCe ||29th September 2005 07:56 |
nice time to upgrade my p4 2.4 :)
|jmke ||29th September 2005 08:47 |
DDRII for AMD it is then...
|Jaco ||29th September 2005 10:35 |
DDR2 for AMD :^D
|The Senile Doctor ||29th September 2005 14:57 |
I'm curious. It would be a nice upgrade for my by then 2 year old fx-53 @ 2.8 ghz :)
|jmke ||29th September 2005 15:00 |
going from 2.8Ghz to 2.667Ghz is not what I call "an upgrade" :p
it's already proven that the A64's does not need a lot more bandwidth to perform better; it's not like AXP or P4 where higher FSB and lower multi gave large performance increases.
|The Senile Doctor ||29th September 2005 16:05 |
you break down all my future upgrades!
you save me money and I don't like to save money :)
I'll stick to my cpu until 30 % speed gain irwa.
|Sidney ||29th September 2005 16:13 |
Reward yourself with a large LCD screen instead:)
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