AMD Phenom launch in November

Posted on Friday, Jun 22 2007 @ 20:07 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
The AMD Phenom (codenamed Agena) processors will be launched in November, DigiTimes reports:
Four products are set to be available in 2007, which will be followed by 11 more during first quarter 2008.

AMD is planning to begin test-production on the CPUs between September and October in order to start shipping in November, said the sources. Of the four products to launch in 2007, one will be in the enthusiast Phenom FX range, the FX-80, two in the quad-core Phenom X4, the GP-7100 and GP-7000, and one in the dual-core Phenom X2, the GS-6550.


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