Indeed, you can see them too, by wibbling over to Tom's Hardware guide to what they say is the very first motherboard for the chip, sporting the VIA K8T400M chipset.
The eagle-eyed Frenchmen over at x86-secret.com spotted the details on an AMD roadmap posted on Tom's pages.
They've saved the roadmap here, just in case it suddenly disappears, they say.
According to the documentation, the 'Performance' chip in the Athlon range will be the Athlon DT 3000+, sporting the Clawhammer core.
This wil be the first Clawhammer Athlon to be released, the roadmap suggests.
Elsewhere in Tom's piece, we note it says the Athlon DT will run at a clock speed of 1.6GHz. µ
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