Mobo makers say AMD Phenom delayed until 1Q08, AMD says 07

AMD's Phenom processors were originally planned to begin test-production between September and October, and to start shipping in November this year. However, AMD may now be planning to postpone Phenom's launch date to the first quarter of 2008, according to sources at motherboard makers.

AMD intends to modify its process technology to increase the yield rate and frequencies of Phenom processors in order to improve the competitiveness of the CPUs against Intel's Penryn family, said the sources. AMD has already notified several motherboard makers that Phenom will now begin test-production in November or December, and will launch in first quarter of 2008, noted the sources.

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Oh, good. Now we get to hear more comments about how much AMD sucks, how much better Intel is because they're so loyal to their customers, and how they have always worked so hard to please their customers before AMD took a piece of the market.

Yep. The world would be much better off if all of you haters were right and there was no AMD. Let the competition of AMD bashing begin.

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Oh, good. Now we get to hear more comments about how much AMD sucks, how much better Intel is because they're so loyal to their customers, and how they have always worked so hard to please their customers before AMD took a piece of the market.

Yep. The world would be much better off if all of you haters were right and there was no AMD. Let the competition of AMD bashing begin.


Hey look: It's an AMD Fanboy! And he hates Intel users! Get the pitchforks and torches, I'll go round up the angry mob.