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AMD dual-core Kuma processors canned?

Posted on Wednesday, June 11 2008 @ 00:00:08 CEST by

TC Mag heard AMD has axed the dual-core K10-based Kuma processors.
Having to deal with a 65nm process that doesn't offer high enough clocks and an AMD offer that includes both tri- and quad-core CPUs, all priced under $250, the Kumas seem to be out of options and ready to disappear even before reaching the stores or even a press release. Things could change next year though as AMD is planning a full 45nm line-up which includes the quad-cored Deneb and Propus, tri-core Heka and dual-core Regor processors.



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