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Discussion in 'AMD Processors' started by BrainDanceR, Oct 19, 2005.
that shit would be awesome.
Indeed. It points that way, it sure would be f-u-n-tastic
That shit would be unimaginably expensive.
But of course.. Some of us (the enthusiasts) will pay the price to play with the biggest, baddest toys around.
Me? I'll just keep dreaming..
lol, didn't I say this on the 25th?
in reference to the FX60 not being in line with the numbering scheme for the current single core FX chips? FX55=2.6ghz FX57=2.8ghz FX59=3ghz FX60(uh-oh, even number, probably a dual 2.8ghz w/unlocked multiplier )
**EDIT** Just a little bit more info on Dual core FX's (speculation mostly, but in line with what we are discussing)
A Bit-Tech link on the subject
I'll just say that I have independent 'strong feelings' from your post.
I'm the seventh son of a seventh son, a seer if you will.
According to this article about AMD's new FAB in Germany, they are already producing 65nm products but they are only for in-house use/testing:
Sounds really exciting, I hope I can afford one by 2007
makes sense.. gotta do a lot of testing and tweaking to get yeilds up instead of running into things blind
Wow, all that is sweet but as of moment WAY out of price range...
Did anyone notice the FX-60 is listed on here for $1030?
AMD and IBM have extended their chip fabrication process development pact, the two companies confirmed yesterday.
The agreement will see the pair co-operating on the technologies used to produce processors at 32nm and 22nm, and will centre on research in transistor design, interconnects, lithography and ways to connect a die to the package. The deal will run through to 2011.
Samsung samples GDDR 4 chips
I highly doubt any of these goes into M2. But it's interesting what's around the corner.