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Friday, 17 April 2009 12:14

AMD's roadmap leaks SB850 info

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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Q4 launch

 
Expreview
has gotten its hands on what seems to be AMD’s April 2009 roadmap, and amongst other nuggets of info it reveals a couple of details on the upcoming SB850 Southbridge.

The SB850 Southbridge will keep SB750’s features but will come with the new-gen SATA 3 controller boasting 6Gb/s, and support 6 SATA 3 interfaces coupled with 14 USB ports.

Additionally, we were right on the money with the launch date, as it’s scheduled for Q4 2009, together with the RD890 Northbridge and RS880D.

Also read:

RD890D delayed to Q4 2009

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