The new 64-bit Semprons are available in 2600+, 2800+, 3000+, 3100+, and 3300+ versions and will be offered parallel to the 32-bit versions of the processor. While Intel decided to distinguish its 64-bit Celeron chips from the 32-bit parts with a slightly different sequence number (3x6), AMD's 64-bit Semprons can only be identified by a different ordering part number (OPN).
There is no word yet on availability in the US, however the chips are available right now if you happen to live in China.
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