Dual-core CPU vs. very large cache

Steven Hartland killing at multiplay.co.uk
Thu Apr 27 11:11:36 UTC 2006

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Mike Jakubik" <mikej at rogers.com>

>> No!  Socket AM2 is the DDR2 939-pin Athlon64 desktop replacement.
>> Socket F(1207) is DDR2 the 940-pin Opteron server replacement.
> Same crap, different pins. The change simply allows AMD cpus to use DDR2 
> memory, nothing more.
Getting off topic now but I'd submit to you that a 1207 pin vs 940 pin
is setting up for the access requirements of quad core something that
AM2 is not going to be capable of hence quite different indeed.


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