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AMD aims to ship 26 million desktop CPUs in H2 2006

Discussão em 'Novidades Hardware PC' iniciada por Kursk_crash, 7 de Agosto de 2006. (Respostas: 2; Visualizações: 824)

  1. Kursk_crash

    Kursk_crash Banido

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    Monday 7 August 2006


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    Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) aims to ship 26 million desktop-use processors in the second half of this year, bringing its projected shipments of desktop CPUs for all of 2006 to about 46 million units, according to sources at Taiwan motherboard makers familiar with AMD's product roadmap.

    AMD shipped 10 and 9.5 million desktop CPUs, respectively, in the first and second quarters of this year, the sources noted.

    AMD's 2006 projected desktop CPU shipments, to be realized with rising demand for AM2-socket CPUs and a production ramp from its Singapore-based contract chipmaker Chartered Semiconductor, will account for 32% of the global desktop PC market of 141 million units as projected by market research firms, said the sources.

    In order to reach its shipment goal, AMD has recently asked first-tier Taiwan-based motherboard makers to order more desktop CPUs from the company, the sources stated.

    AMD earlier projected it would ship 12 million notebook CPUs in 2006, accounting for 15% of the world's notebook CPU market, according to the sources.

    fonte: Digitimes
     
  2. NetEnforcer

    NetEnforcer Power Member

    Isso é fixe...espero que quantidade seja sinónimo de queda de preços...(ainda mais :D)
     
  3. DJ_PAPA

    DJ_PAPA Power Member

    Com os 65nm para eles vai ficar mais barato. Espero que pros consumidores tb.
    Se fizerem um speed bump de uns 200Mhz e mantiverem os preços ou descerem-nos ligeiramente ja era muito bom.

    Uns tweaks no controlador de memoria na Rev.G tb eram bem vindos para dar mais competividade juntamente com quantidade no mercado.
     

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