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Old 28th May 2004, 15:39   #1
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The code name of the chip, Toledo, is one that has been on AMD roadmaps for introduction sometime the second half of 2005.

The blurb says that Toledo handles DDR2, and it's hard to see what else might cause the need for a new socket. It also says that dual cores coming after Toledo will also use DDR2.
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The question is now, how long wil 939 survive....
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people predicted that S754 would be dead by now. but the way AMD is handling things, it will be alive and kicking until spring next year, and then some
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