AMD confirms Applebred launch

By on August 20, 2003, 4:43 PM
AMD has confirmed the existence of the Applebred processor, and said that the Duron-branded core has already begun shipping.

As we reported yesterday, Applebred - not, as we wrote, 'Appalbred', which was how Babelfish translated the original Russian report on the chip - is a low-end part equipped with just 64KB of on-die L2 cache and, as we guessed, a 266MHz frontside bus.

"We're aiming the part at certain markets, such as South America and Eastern Europe, where customers have asked us to extend the Duron line," said Baker.




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JSR said:
appalling :D
---agissi--- said:
sounds like that chip is gonna be slow as %#!Wouldnt an AthlonXP (say) 1700+ be faster then one of those? Unless they're running at 4GHz I'd think so.
wicka_wicka said:
It's a budget chip dude, it's supposed to be slower...
---agissi--- said:
but u could get an athlonxp for probby the same price ($50 or less) and an AXP will probbly be faster ;)
JSR said:
you got a jiuhb...........what's your overclock?
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