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Socket 939, BTX, AMD 8000, 90nm Processors: Information from AMD
Our colleagues from the Ace website?s Hardware, which, judging by their awareness, have fairly close contacts with AMD representatives, recently published a selection of facts in the form of a “question-answer”. Relevant responses were received from AMD representatives both during CeBIT 2021 and in the form of an official letter from Damon Muzny, a company representative. To save time, we will try to convey these facts in a more compact form.
When asked if AMD has plans to implement multi-threading support in its chips (modeled on Intel HyperThreading), the response was negative. Most likely, this is due to the company’s plans to release dual-processor cores in the near future. AMD spokesman Dave Everitt confirmed that, according to company strategists, increasing performance by using a faster Hypertransport bus is a better way “than just a few percent.”.
To the question of how things are with the introduction of the 90 nm technical process, no direct answer has been received, and there is still not a single reliable message on this topic from other sources. However, according to some industry rumors, AMD is doing well on this front, and the first 90nm Opteron / Athlon 64 chips will be available closer to the third quarter of 2021. As for the improvement of the 0.13 micron technical process, it seems that things are also going well here, as evidenced by the new Cg stepping with reduced power consumption; they are already talking about the possibility of producing chips with clock frequencies of 2.5 GHz and even 2.6 GHz. By the way, at CeBIT 2021 AMD demonstrated a system based on 2.5 GHz Socket 940 chip Athlon 64 FX (multiplier 12.5x).
Key question: prospects for the beginning of support for DDR-II. Currently, AMD (and not only AMD) believes that DDR-II 400 is a rather expensive and not so advanced solution in relation to DDR400. Consequently, the introduction of support for DDR-II from AMD will begin only after the normalization of prices for this memory. The company’s current forecasts are based on. that the Athlon 64 platform will not support DDR-II until the end of 2021.
When will it be possible (and meaningful) to buy motherboards for Socket 939 widely presented at CeBIT 2021?? – Most likely closer to May 2021.
On the future of Socket 940 and Socket 754: AMD confirms Socket 940 is destined for a long life in the guise of the Opteron platform. Athlon 64 FX will move to Socket 939 in May 2021, however, new Opteron chips will still be produced for the current Socket 940. As for the fate of Socket 754, at least one more processor will be released for it (possibly Athlon 64 3700+), but then, most likely, everything will be ported to Socket 939. By the way, the new Socket 939 Athlon 64 FX chips will have 1 MB of L2 cache, and Athlon 64 with 512 KB of L2 cache will also be released.
A sensitive question: will the current TDP level of 89 W remain relevant for 90 nm processors? – AMD has officially confirmed that the TDP for 90nm processors will also be very close to 89W (recall that AMD determines the maximum TDP for the entire line of chips. That is, 89 W is the figure for the fastest chip in the series).
The emergence of new versions of the AMD-8000 chipset and the support of the PCI Express bus: AMD does not think about any competition with partners – chipset manufacturers, in fact, all further development of chipsets will be carried out outside AMD; no AMD-8000 upgrades expected.
When will we see the first chips with a faster HyperTransport bus? – Around the same time when motherboards for Socket 939 will appear on sale 🙂 (probably a hint of May 2021).
Finally – the most tricky question and the original answer: Does AMD plan to support the new BTX standard? When? – I will give the answer in the form of a quote:
BTX? AMD is doing quite well within the thermal envelope of the current standards.
Like this. 🙂 Despite the fact that the BTX standard, in general, was developed not only to improve thermal design – for example, also to reduce delays due to more compact PCB layout, AMD does not see the point of switching to a new form factor yet. Well, the commentary on this opinion is standard: wait and see. Although, if the TDP of the new 90nm AMD chips really remains the same, the transition to BTX may indeed be irrelevant [for now].