Asian hardware site Expreview got their hands on a Phenom processor roadmap from AMD.
The chart unveils AMD plans to release its first 45nm quad-core Phenom processors before the end of the year. One part will have a clockspeed of 2.6-2.8GHz while the other model will have a frequency of 2.8GHz or higher. Both parts will have a 125W TDP and will support the Socket AM2+ and DDR2 memory. These processors won't be long on the market though, somewhere in Q2 2009 AMD will replace these chips by models that support Socket AM3 and DDR3 memory. Furthermore, the slide also reveals there will be a couple of new 45nm 95W quad-core chips in Q1 2009.
Last week X-bit Labs wrote AMD had delayed the launch of its 45nm Deneb processors to Q1 2009. Either their information is wrong or the chart from Expreview is outdated.