AMD denies phase out of Socket 939 Opteron processors

Posted on Wednesday, December 14 2005 @ 23:25 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Last week The Inquirer claimed AMD would phase out the Socket 939 Opteron processors but AMD has officially denied this, X-bit Labs reports. AMD says it will continue to ship the processors for uni-processor business machines for more than a year from the time speaking.
“Socket 939 AMD Opteron 100 Series processors are in production. AMD will continue to produce Opteron 100 Series processors with ECC unbuffered memory support in 2006, and we will adjust production volumes as needed to supply our server and workstation customers,” said Brett Jacobs, a spokesman for AMD.

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