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Monday, 18 June 2007 10:21

Barcelona slips to Q4

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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The new revision should be fine


We learned that Barcelona, the mighty K10 will be delayed to Q4. The current revision needs an update and this respin will delay Barcelona from an expected launch in Q3 summer time to Q4.

Some Agena CPUs might be launched at the same time, but most of the real desktop K10 CPUs will be pushed into early 2008.


This will certainly upset AMD's shareholders, but AMD had to delay it as the B0 core had a few bugs including the one that keeps AMD from clocking the CPU at very high frequencies.

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