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AMD K9s scheduled for late 2005, 2006

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November 9, 2003 8:22:12 PM

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November 9, 2003 9:04:34 PM

Good i guess.
Progress is progress.

Faster, better, cooler, dual cores?


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November 9, 2003 9:16:57 PM

Its allways bad for such people.
Thus the FX and the EE that are specifically sold to suck money from such people.


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November 9, 2003 9:56:18 PM

Or, if they're a cheapass like me, layoff upgrade for another year and a few months:) 

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November 10, 2003 1:40:11 AM

Buy the one that offers the best bang for the buck.
November 10, 2003 1:44:53 AM

eh, my 1.2Ghz ain't that bad.

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November 11, 2003 9:58:35 AM

An opteron 874.. sheesh, if that is with the same number rating as today... 846=2 GHz, 2 points=200 Mhz, that makes a 874 a 4.8 GHz processor ? Maybe not that unlikely 3 year from here, still a nice prospect :) 

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November 11, 2003 9:10:26 PM

That would be swell. Or even an enhanced mode of dual-processor emulation. Also including support for running both cores at once to emulate a single processor--i.e., getting the best of both worlds.

Damn Rambus.
November 11, 2003 11:33:01 PM

Its good for me too flamey.
Ive got a KT333 epox board and ive had my time of constant expensive upgrades.

Got different priorities in life now. (like trying to save money)

So the longer i can keep this board at reasonably modern speed the better.

XP1700+ @ 1833Mhz at the moment which isnt too bad.

Maybe a XP2800+ or XP3000+ when they get cheaper early next year.

I like the rumors that AMD will extend out the XP product line into 90nm territory. That way i could have a uptodate system all the way to the end of next year with minimal cost.


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