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AMD to take on Intel's netbook dominance

Anonymous Coward writes | more than 5 years ago

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An anonymous reader writes "AMD is jumping into the mini-notebook space and from 2009 will deliver processors designed for ultraportable 'netbooks'. AMD's processors for small laptops over the next two years will include dual-core and support for DDR3 memory, and varying amounts of cache. The first chip, code-named Conesus, will support 1M byte of cache and be released in 2009. Conesus will be followed by Geneva, which will support 2M bytes of cache and is due for release in 2010."
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