AMD is planning a future version of its Hammer processor family to support DDR-II memory, the JEDEX Conference here was told this week.Read more @ SiliconStrategies
Fred Weber, AMD vice president and chief technology officer, told the JEDEC-sponsored IC meeting that a new processor core with on-die memory controller will be developed to support DDR-II. The initial Opteron Hammer chip for servers and the desktop Claw Hammer version have on-die controllers supporting only the present DDR generation.
Hammer CPUs to support DDR-II in future versions
Posted on Monday, October 28 2002 @ 7:22 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck