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Tuesday, 14 July 2009 11:23

AMD SB810 Southbridge delayed

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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All the way to H2 2010


AMD has informed its partners that it has to delay the SB810 chipset all the way to the second half of 2010. The chipset was originally planned to arrive in the first half of 2010 but this won't happen.

With this delay AMD sends a clear message that value / mainstream platform codenamed Pisces should last until the second half of 2010. This delay means that AMD 785G  chipset will become more important and this platform combines the 760G Northbridge and SB710 Southbridge.

The more expensive SB850 Southbridge is still on schedule for an early 2010 introduction, probably in very early Q1, and we've already heard that it should be ready in late Q4 2009.

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