Models


Q2 2004

Q4 2004
2005



Opteron

SledgeHammer
(0.13, SOI, 1MB
L2, DC DDR400)

850 (2.4Ghz)
250 (2.4Ghz)
150 (2.4Ghz)

Athens/Troy/Venus
(90nm
,
SOI, 1MB L2, DC DDR-II 667?)

852 (2.6Ghz)
252 (2.6Ghz)
152 (2.6Ghz)
Egypt/Italy/
Denmark
: 90nm



Athlon 64 FX


SledgeHammer 939
(0.13, SOI, 1MB L2, DC DDR400)
FX-53 (2.4Ghz)

San Diego
(90nm, SOI, 1MB
L2, DC DDR-II 667?)

FX-55 (2.6Ghz)

Toledo
: 90nm



Athlon 64


Newcastle 939
(0.13, SOI, 512KB L2, DC DDR400)
3700+ (2.4Ghz)
3400+ (2.2Ghz)

Winchester
(90nm, SOI,
512KB L2, DC DDR-II 667?)

4000+ (2.6Ghz)
3700+ (2.4Ghz)
 

AMD is quietly adding DDR-II support into its upcoming Opteron
and possibly Athlon 64 microprocessors that are set to come in a pretty near
future. Some mainboard makers indicate that there are Opteron processors with
dual-channel DDR-II SDRAM memory controllers coming in late Q4 2004 or early Q1
2005. What may seem to be highly possible is that AMD may add support for
533MHz, 667MHz and 800MHz speed flavours of DDR-II, but not to cope with 400MHz
bin. “667MHz may be considered as a good option, keeping in mind its speed,
latencies and costs” a source close to the Sunnyvale, California-based chipmaker
noted.

Models


Q2 2004

Q4 2004
2005



Opteron

SledgeHammer
(0.13, SOI, 1MB
L2, DC DDR400)

850 (2.4Ghz)
250 (2.4Ghz)
150 (2.4Ghz)

Athens/Troy/Venus
(90nm
,
SOI, 1MB L2, DC DDR-II 667?)

852 (2.6Ghz)
252 (2.6Ghz)
152 (2.6Ghz)
Egypt/Italy/
Denmark
: 90nm



Athlon 64 FX


SledgeHammer 939
(0.13, SOI, 1MB L2, DC DDR400)
FX-53 (2.4Ghz)

San Diego
(90nm, SOI, 1MB
L2, DC DDR-II 667?)

FX-55 (2.6Ghz)

Toledo
: 90nm



Athlon 64


Newcastle 939
(0.13, SOI, 512KB L2, DC DDR400)
3700+ (2.4Ghz)
3400+ (2.2Ghz)

Winchester
(90nm, SOI,
512KB L2, DC DDR-II 667?)

4000+ (2.6Ghz)
3700+ (2.4Ghz)
 

AMD is quietly adding DDR-II support into its upcoming Opteron
and possibly Athlon 64 microprocessors that are set to come in a pretty near
future. Some mainboard makers indicate that there are Opteron processors with
dual-channel DDR-II SDRAM memory controllers coming in late Q4 2004 or early Q1
2005. What may seem to be highly possible is that AMD may add support for
533MHz, 667MHz and 800MHz speed flavours of DDR-II, but not to cope with 400MHz
bin. “667MHz may be considered as a good option, keeping in mind its speed,
latencies and costs” a source close to the Sunnyvale, California-based chipmaker
noted.