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AM2 to account for 95% of AMD shipments in 1Q - AM2 to account for 95% of AMD shipments in 1Q
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"Socket AM2 will account for 95% of AMD's CPU shipments in the first quarter of 2007, but the chip supplier will begin shifting its focus to AM2+ in the third quarter, according to AMD's product roadmap. Socket 1207 will still be in the market in the first and second quarter, accounting for 5% of AMD's CPU shipments, while socket 939 will be discontinued by the end of 2006, according to the chipmaker's plan.

In the third quarter of 2006, AMD will introduce its Stars family of 65nm quad-core CPUs that use socket AM2+, whose proportion of the chipmaker's shipments will climb to about 20% by the fourth quarter."

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