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65nm good to go at AMD? - PCstats.com 65nm good to go at AMD?
Fri, September 08 2006 | 3:40PM | PermaLink Feedback?

The Inquirer has some interesting info on Dell's AMD system lineup. Asus to buy XFX? That's the rumor... Is the ATi RD600 dead even before it's released? AMD says it's good to go with 65 nm processors.

According to Toralf Gueldner, director of production at AMD's Dresden fabs, the company has been able to produce 65 nm products since June. This has been followed by 'full flow' this month [September 2006] and will be followed by serious 65 nm shipments in October.

FULL STORY @ Archived from THEINQUIRER
http://theinquirer.net/default.aspx?article=34247
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