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AMD Socket A slides into oblivion

Goodbye, old friend
Tue Jul 12 2005, 11:48
SOURCES SAID Socket A processors are become rare birds - and that means people are dumping motherboards to get rid of their stock.

Apart from, of course, those lucky people who have their mitts on the CPUs and can play the brokerage game to their hearts content.

And just in case you think that AMD Socket A will go on forever, this slide sent to us by an anonymous donor shows that indeed, it's gone forever. µ

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