AMD altered its roadmap - Turion 64 and 90nm Opteron E4

Posted on Friday, March 11 2005 @ 19:27 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
AMD changed its roadmap a little bit. For instance the 90nm Opteron processors based on the E4 stepping have entered mass production.

Also shown is of course the Turion 64 mobile platform which was launched a few days ago. Turion 64 is AMD's answer to Intel's Centrino platform.
The launch dates and names for all other cores remained the same. Also note that dual-core Toledo processors are kind of isolated on AMD’s roadmap thus stressing their specific positioning, aside from Athlon 64 and Athlon 64 FX CPU families. According to AMD’s recent statements we know that Toledo will be used for Athlon 64 processors in the future, while Athlon 64 FX will remain a single-core solution.
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