DigiTimes confirms AMD won't release 65nm dual-core "Kuma" processors. These chips were expected in May or June but the company decided to let the Athlon X2 5600B cover this segment of the market until they're ready to enter 45nm production. Furthermore, the site also writes AMD has halted the launch of the Phenom FX processors.
In addition to dual-core Phenoms, AMD has also halted plans to launch Phenom FX processors for the enthusiast market.
The sources pointed out that due to AMD's inability to increase the frequencies of its Phenom CPUs, the company has decided to shelve the launch of Phenom FX-80 1P and Phenom FX-90 2P processors.
However, AMD is still on track with the launch schedule for its 45nm Deneb FX processors.