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Monday, 13 August 2007 11:04

AMD prepares 6400+

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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The Black box edition


AMD has revealed that there will be one more Athlon X2, to fill the gap before the faster Phenom X4 doesn’t hit the market.

The CPU’s name will be 6400+ and it will work at 3200 MHz.  This will be quite a task as this is still a 90 nanometre processor and the Russian colleagues claims that it will cost $240 at launch.

This CPU was mentioned at 3 GHz Japanese Barcelona demonstration and the 2600 AGP was also demonstrated playing a HD content.

More here.

 

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