Sources familiar with plans of Advanced Micro Devices told X-bit labs on Thursday that AMD was planning to start supplying of value Socket 754 processors as early as this November. The claim confirms AMD’s rapid transition of numerous product lines to more economically reasonable manufacturing technology.
According to the document AMD is reported to ship to its clients, the company was announcing a revision change for the desktop AMD Sempron processor 3100+ from revision CG to D0. The change in revision primarily reflects the change of manufacturing process technology: from 130nm to 90nm. The new processors will have 00010FC0h CPU ID and will be marked as SDA3100AIO3BA and SDA3100BABOX.
More info at X-bit Labs
AMD Transits Sempron to 90nm Process Technology
Posted on Thursday, September 23 2004 @ 19:37 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck