AMD has been on the rampage at Analyst's Day... next on the list was showing off Phenom humming along at 3.0GHz. It's not broken!
AMD's upcoming Barcelona processors will launch at 2.0GHz and, more interestingly, will compete with Intel’s 2.33GHz Xeon 5345 CPU.
AMD has announced that it's developed a new memory technology called G3 Memory Extender that allows for higher memory capacities in Opteron-based machines.
AMD is said to be readying the launch of a new flagship dual-core processor before Phenom arrives later in the year.
Sources close to AMD have suggested that the company's future 45nm socket AM3 CPUs will work in current socket AM2 motherboards.
Over the past couple of days, both AMD and Intel have reported their second quarter earnings.
An AMD spokesperson has reportedly promised honest benchmark results for its upcoming Barcelona CPUs in the coming weeks...
UPDATED: Amid speculation of even further delays to AMD's next-generation quad-core processors, the company has been talking about Barcelona's performance with its partners.
Sources inside Taiwanese motherboard makers claim that AMD's Phenom processor is delayed until next year. AMD has rubbished the speculation.
AMD CPUs on a 45nm process are set to arrive as soon as 12 months away, but by then will it be too little, too late?
Sources at Taiwanese motherboard manufacturers suggest that AMD's long-awaited Phenom processors may launch as early as November. There will be four models initially, with another seven following in 1Q08. Details inside.
The PR rating was introduced with the Athlon XP, but now, four years later AMD is changing it all again with something a bit more descriptive... or confusing? You decide...
According to a report that sites Taiwanese server manufacturers, AMD's Barcelona launch schedule may be pushed back.
AMD has shared some details with us on its upcoming native quad core "Barcelona" processor. With it comes a new name: Phenom. We delve into the depths of the new architecture to see what improvements have been shoehorned into the new silicon.