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Steppings change on AMD Athlon 64s

Discussão em 'Novidades Hardware PC' iniciada por jll, 27 de Abril de 2004. (Respostas: 1; Visualizações: 611)

  1. jll

    jll Power Member

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    By INQUIRER staff: Monday 26 April 2004, 11:49

    THE PC WATCH site in Japan reports that AMD has changed steppings on some of its Athlon 64 microprocessors.

    According to the site, the steppings changed from C0 to CG, but both sets of chips are being sold in the same shops, requiring people to be careful which one they're getting.

    The site has pictures of the different chips, demonstrating what the problem is.

    The chips appear to operate at different clock speeds, which is puzzling. Can AMD be preparing for a shift to Intel numbers? We don't think so somehow. At least not yet.

    One operates at 2000MHz, and another at 2200MHz, but they've both something in common. They are marked at 3200+, it appears.

    More info in: http://www.watch.impress.co.jp/akiba/hotline/20040424/etc_6432cg.html (usem o babelfish pois o site ta em japona)

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