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Old Jul 22, 2008, 10:21 AM   #1
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AMD AMD Initiates Pilot Production of 45nm Chips

Hopefully 45nm Phenoms will be released sooner than later, because after reading the Anandtech Preview about the SB750 motherboards being able to overclock the Phenoms with higher frequencies and better stability. These developments make the Phenoms a little more appealing to enthusiasts.

Dirk Meyer, the new chief executive officer of Advanced Micro Devices, said during a conference call with financial analysts that the company had initiated pilot production of microprocessors using 45nm fabrication process and that the chipmaker was on track to deliver actual products in volume in early fourth quarter.

“We are well on track with the 45nm plan as we have been telling this group about in the past. We have actually started production late last quarter and are on track to start buying shipments early in Q4,” said Dirk Meyer during the conference call.

Earlier it was widely believed that AMD will only manage to start shipments of its 45nm microprocessors late in Q4, however, the company now seems to be a bit more optimistic about its 45nm transition.

Source: X-bit Labs

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I'd love to see an AMD motherboard with the SB750 that included high quality power regulation and DDR3 1600 support.
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