AMD to migrate all CPUs to Socket M2 and Socket F

Posted on Monday, May 09 2005 @ 22:35 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
DigiTimes writes that AMD's new processor roadmap shows two sockets for the second half of next year: the Socket M2 and Socket F. The first will use 940 pins and the latter will have a 1,207-pin design.

AMD: Processor sockets, 2005-2006



Athlon 64

Athlon 64FX

Opteron 100

Opteron 200/800


Socket 754

Socket 754

Socket 939

Socket 939

Socket 939

Socket 940


Socket M2

Socket F

Both Socket M2 and Socket F processors will feature support for DDR2 memory.

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