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ATI's Turion X2 CrossFire reference notebook motherboard - Courtesy Hardwaresecrets.com
New pictures of Turion 64 revealed

Gabriel Torres managed to snag a few pictures and details of AMD's new dual core Turion 64 X2 processor.  Torres had the chance to view reference designs from AMD, NVIDIA and ATI -- including CrossFire and SLI notebook designs.  Apparently, the multi-GPU notebook is here to stay. 

AMD also had some of the next generation Opteron servers running DDR2 memory on display:

The server demo was running a Santa Rosa prototype, a new version of dual-core Opteron processor supporting DDR2 memories and AMD’s Virtualization Technology (Pacifica), scheduled to arrive the market on Q3’06.

Interestingly enough, Intel chose Santa Rosa as the codename for the next generation Centrino platform as well. 




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