That could be as early as the middle of July, according to people close to AMD's plans in Taiwan.
The E6 stepping will use socket 754 and if you want to you'll be able to overclock them to your heart's desire.
The same sources claim the 64-bit Sempr0ns will be released at 2600+, 2800+, 3000+, 3100+ and 3300+ numbers.
Of these the last three will have AMD's Cool and Quiet technology. Nothing more than a simple BIOS update will be needed, it appears.
AMD refuses to comment on unannounced products, and we know exactly how they feel.
Intel continues with its plans to equip its Celerons with EM64T technology, so it looks like a fresh battle is on at the low end. µ
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