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Tuesday, 26 June 2007 09:55

AMD roadmap tips up online

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Let's hope it holds true

VR-Zone has compiled what appears to be a pretty complete AMD roadmap for the next 12 months or so, it's just a matter of how accurate it is. Some of the information is already general knowledge, other bits are speculation.

There's a lot model numbers listed and we'd take these with a pinch of salt, as AMD is known to change these things last minute. We've already written about much of the information contained on this roadmap and there are a lot of question marks and blanks that are waiting to be filled in.

VR-Zone is predicting that Phenom will launch in November or December with samples arriving a couple of months earlier.

A new official roadmap is meant to arrive next month from AMD, so we'll have to wait until then to find out what's really going on.

You can find VR-Zone's roadmap here

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