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 Feb 24, 2005 - 01:30 PM - by Michael
* Athlon64 Dual-Core... drool

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Ars Technica has word on the upcoming and recently shown Athlon 64 Dual Core model:

Holy Toledo! AMD demoed a dual-core Athlon 64 desktop CPU today at their Sunnyvale, California headquarters. The exact architectural details on the chip are unknown, as AMD is keeping that under wraps for the time being. The demo follows last week's appearance of dual-core Opteron servers at the LinuxWorld Expo 2005. Toledo is expected to ship sometime during the second half of 2005, and will be a Socket 939 part, meaning it can utilized in current motherboards that support the Athlon 64 with a BIOS update. AMD claims no additional cooling will be necessary for the dual-core parts.
I know only that I want this part to be a piece of my computer at some time in my life.

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