AMD to go 45nm in 2008

Posted on Tuesday, Oct 03 2006 @ 15:32 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
By the endo of 2007, AMD will switch 90% of its desktop processors to 65nm and by mid-2008 it will start implementing the 45nm process technology.
By the end of 2007, AMD's complete dual-core CPU lineup, as well as 80% of the single-core segment, will be manufactured using 65nm process technology, the makers indicated. About 18 months after mass production of AMD's first 65nm CPU, the chip vendor will announce its first 45nm-made product, which will appear in its next-generation Socket AM3 CPU lineup, said the makers.


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