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11/03/05 AMD's K10 Is delayed or dead - the inquirer
"Either way, if you were expecting the K10 in 2007, don't, and maybe not in 2008 either. To make up for it, there is a new chip called K8L to slot in the middle, but little is known about that, as yet. "

10/08/04
AMD: There is no K9 but K10 now - the inquirer
"So, to catch you up on AMD in mid-2005, we have the K9 launching, but not that K9, that is now K10. The new K9 will not be a dog, but it will be at 2.0 to 2.6GHz, and should be one hell of a fast chip. All this for only 95w, and most likely a big dent in your credit card. "

10/16/03 AMD Talks About Future CPU Micro-Architecture Innovations. - X-bit labs
"Operation at unbelievable frequencies, huge caches as well as powerful CPU and I/O buses are inevitable parts of performance progress. There are no doubts that AMD K9, AMD K10, AMD K11 in addition to other microprocessors will work at high core-speeds and employ large L1, L2 and possibly L3 caches. Obviously, the K9 will hardly achieve 10GHz, but K10 will surely hit this important milestone. It will be amazing in case after 10GHz we will see 20GHz, 30GHz and so on, just like we witnessed the thorny way from 10MHz to 33MHz in the eighties."