AMD still insists Kaveri not delayed

Posted on Wednesday, Aug 28 2013 @ 14:36 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
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The Tech Report noticed AMD still insists that its Kaveri APUs aren't delayed, even though this contradicts earlier roadmaps from the company.
We asked AMD again about Kaveri's availability this morning, and the firm reiterated the "very early in Q1 2014" statement given to VR-Zone. It responded to our request for information about when the chip would enter mass production by saying, "Kaveri is tracking per AMD's most recent public roadmap, with no delay." As far as we can tell, Kaveri will begin shipping this year and be available early next, possibly as late as February. Which was totally the plan all along. Or something.

This isn't the first time AMD had denied an apparent departure from its public roadmap. Earlier this year, the firm insisted that the Sea Islands GPUs that appeared on its roadmaps were never intended to represent a new graphics architecture, despite those documents specifically mentioning one.

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