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Old 19th March 2006, 12:04   #1
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More AMD Turion X2 details emerge

MORE SPECS HAVE LEAKED about the new Turion X2s since we last told you about them. Also, according to PC Welt, there is now a line above the 1.075v models, and they run at a more traditional 1.2v.
The date has now been narrowed down to May 9th, it was up in the air a bit when we last wrote it up, and the 2.0GHz MT model looks to have been put out a quarter, darn those yields. With 35W parts sitting above the 25W ones on performance, the gamer set won't be too disappointed with the offering, but FX-60 killers they are not.
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