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AMD Athlon 64 3800+ and FX-53 for the socket 939 - Heise

Athlon 64 939 CPUs to launch at Computex - the inquirer
"This lacking chip is either something to do with registered memory or else itís a cunning piece of marchitecture that no one really understands the reason for, maybe not even AMD"

AMD to Stretch Transition to Socket 939 - X-bit labs
"The situation with availability of new microprocessors in 939-pin packaging is going to improve in the second quarter of the year when AMD is hinted to supply roughly 260 thousand of such chips. At the same time, the Sunnyvale, California-based microprocessor maker is expected continue ramping up production of AMD Athlon 64 in 754-pin packaging to 970 thousand of units. In the third quarter of the year the company is projected to ship 540 thousand and 900 thousand of AMD64 central processors for Socket 939 and Socket 754 platforms respectively."

Athlon 939 uses HT at 1000MHz - the inquirer
"We've spent some time investigating what it means when people say that the Athlon 64 939 will use 1000MHz HyperTransport, apparently 200MHz faster then the current one that runs at 800MHz."

AMD to launch 939-pin Newcastle processor in 2Q as expected - DigiTimes
"The new Athlon 64 FX processor, codenamed Newcastle, supports dual channel DDR memory and will boast 256KB of L2 cache, instead of 512KB as reported previously. The new processor will be available at speeds ranging from 1.8GHz to 2.4Ghz."

VIA's K8T800 PRO allows AGP and PCI fixing - the inquirer
"Well, this is about to change, as VIA's K8T800 PRO will be enable you to fix AGP and PCI values. This means that your PCI and AGP devices won't be over-overclocked. Bare in mind that you cannot change the multiplier on Athlon 64 or FX CPUs except if you are lucky a journo or industry man that has a rare overclockable multiplier"

08/22/03 AMD Athlon 64 FX "San Diego" Exposed - X-bit labs
"We now can confirm that
AMD Athlon 64 FX processor based on 90nm San Diego core with Socket 939 form-factor will be launched next year, but will not be pin-to-pin compatible with existing boards"
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