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    Default AMD's TLB erratum fixed: 45nm production in H2

    During their latest conference call, Hector Ruiz - AMD's chief executive officer - revealed that the TLB (Translation Lookaside Buffer) bug found in AMD's Phenom processors has been fixed. President Dirk Meyer added that B3 silicon is currently being "put through the paces" internally, and that the engineering samples are expected to be shipped to customers in "2 to 3 weeks", with volume production “later in the quarter”. The bulk of the B3 chips are expected to arrive in Q2.

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    some good news there, but AMD are going so slow that intel's market share is going to rocket.
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    So does this mean that the speeds will be back to the higher estimated #'s and be free of the bug?

    I sure hope so, a 3.0 Q core would be seeeexy

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