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Old 16th December 2004, 00:32   #1
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"Wondering what's in store from the computer industry in 2005? PCstats had a look at some roadmaps from around the web that detail everything from AMD's move to 90nm SOI manufacturing process on its 'San Diego' core, to the dual core Athlon64 FX 'Toledo' processors due in late 2005. The Intel and AMD roadmaps also cover the slew of motherboard chipsets to be released in the coming months, along with information on new and upcoming Videocard GPU's. Each roadmap we looked over covers the anticipated tech releases from now until fourth quarter of 2005... which of course are open to change at any moment..."

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