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Old 05-24-2006, 12:58 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I'm not convinced that AM2 will support quad core, i've only heard that K8l quadcore will be on socket F and that there will be k8L dual core on AM2.

"In early 2008, AMD's corporate roadmap claims a quad core desktop CPU will make an appearance, dubbed Greyhound. Greyhound is slated to become the first quad-core AMD chip to use the HyperTransport 3 bus, and the memory controller is slated to support DDR2 and DDR3. Unlike Deerhound, Greyhound will use the K8L architecture, and all the goodies that come with it, including the 5.2GT/s HyperTransport support. Unless AMD's plans change drastically between now and 2008, the processors will require a new socket."

I can't find any evidence that AM2 supports 4core.

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