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Tuesday, 31 July 2007 10:23

K10.5 AM2+ is codenamed Ridgeback

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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45 nm Shanghai for AM2+ motherbaords


Our well informed sources have confirmed that AMD is working on a desktop version of the Shanghai 45 nanometre CPU. This CPU is planned for mid 2008 and it supports socket AM2+.

Marchitecture wise it is the same core as Shanghai, but it will support AMD's AM2+ socket. Shanghai and the Phenom FX version of Shanghai will work on socket 1207+ while this new core will work on the much cheaper AM2+ platform.

The code name of this AM2+ 45 nanometre processor is Ridgeback

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