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     AMD's 65nm from October?
      Posted on 11/09/2006 at 18:42 by Marc
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    The Inquirer reported that Toralf Gueldner, director of production at AMD's Dresden fabs, said that AMD would be shipping the first 65 nm processors in October. Mass production would have started this month and the two Dresden fabs will be entirely dedicated to 65nm production from mid-2007.

    Up to this date, we only heard that Athlon 64 X2 65nm shipments would start in December 2006. Is it still true? Hard to tell because Toralf Gueldner hasn't specified which 65 nm CPU will be shipped next month.


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