AMD's plans for 65nm CPUs

Posted on Thursday, Nov 16 2006 @ 23:18 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
HardOCP has slides of AMD's 65nm production plans in 2006:
Following AMD’s Fusion remarks this morning, AMD focused on their changing process announcing that they would certainly transition to 65nm in 2006 with full product conversion in 2007. AMD highlighted that they, as usual, would bring their next-gen process into existing architecture as that would allow them to more efficiently transition to Barcelona cores next year.
. 45nm processors should arrive iin 2008 and the first 32nm chips are slated vor early 2010.

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