AMD 890FX delayed to April 2010

Posted on Tuesday, Aug 25 2009 @ 15:31 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
FUD Zilla reports AMD has delayed the introduction of the 890FX chipset to April 2010. The site also mentions that AMD's first 32nm quad-cores are expected in mid-2010, if all goes well.
AMD has internally delayed its 890FX chipset. Even though samples should be available in September time, initial production won’t start before January 2010. This looks like a whole quarter delay to us, but if all goes well AMD hopes for mass production in February 2010.

The launch is now planned for April, which is surprising as Cebit was usually the time when AMD launched its chipset, and Cebit usually takes place in the first week of March.

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