The AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+, expected February 20th, 2007 – available now. Newegg began selling the 90nm dual-core 3.0GHz chip for $599 in-stock (just under the volume distributor pricing of $607) while Buy.com also lists the processor, but for $685 and out of stock. The CPU features 1MB L2 cache per core and uses Socket AM2 instead of Socket 1207 (also known as Socket F, used for the AMD Quad FX platform). Still not on AMD's website, the chip's model number, ADX6000IAA6CZ, was leaked with some preliminary specifications on Asrock's motherboard support website early this year.
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