“AMD seems to have lost a bin between the official roadmaps and the unofficial ones. To lose a bin is a tragedy, to lose two is just careless.
Sadly, this means we will only see 2.6GHz parts this year, and late this year at that.
AMD is also moving dual-core Barcelonas into the Athlon brand in Q2, and is playing around with the naming and timing of the other CPU lines.”
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- Brainstorming ideas for the GIMP’s next interface @ NewsForge
- New Intel 65nm Processors & Price Cuts @ TechARP
- Nvidia’s G92 is little more than G80 in 65nm @ The Inquirer
- Apple goes to the office: a review of iWork ’08 @ Ars Technica
- Linux 2.6.23 Kernel Benchmarks @ Phoronix
- OcBible 1.53 Release @ AOA Forums
- Clean Up a Wireless Signal By Changing The Channel @ PC Mechanic
- The October ’07 Samsung-Tech ARP Bloggers TT Program
- It’s The End-Of-Life For Intel Core 2 Mobile CPUs Too @ TechARP
- BCCHardware Presents RAMtober Fest
- Eight Crazy Weeks of Giveaways @ Futurelooks
Source: The Inquirer
Some will call the new roadmap good news, others will consider it bad, and in some cases they will be using the same models to argue both points. Either way you look at it, the fact that AMD is at least giving us a much better idea about what to expect from them is a good thing. Take a look at the new road map by following the links from The Inquirer.