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AMD's memo documenting the change
Another one bites the dust

In what is turning into a graveyard of discontinued AMD processors, it has come to DailyTech's attention that a single-core Athlon 64 3000+ and 3200+ Socket 939 processors are getting the axe. AMD has just notified its distributors that it is terminating the Athlon 64 single-core Socket 939 3000+ and 3200+ components.  AMD's documentation claims no more of the following processors may be ordered after the end of June:

ADA3000AWBOX ADA3000DIK4BI
ADA3200BIBOX ADA3200AWBOX
ADA3000DEP4AW ADA3200CGBOX
ADA3200BPBOX ADA3000BPBOX
ADA3000DAA4BP ADA3200DAA4BW
ADA3200DAA4BP ADA3000DAA4BW
ADA3200DKA4CG ADA3200DIK4BI
ADA3200DEP4AW ADA3000BIBOX

This comes just a week after DailyTech first received word that AMD had plans to remove its initial batch of AM2 2x1MB Windsor processors from the market -- possibly due to the pending price war between AMD and Intel. The very next day, we received confirmation that a number of retailers including NewEgg and ZipZoomFly were indeed removing the processors from their websites.

AMD's reason for EOL'ing the products was simplify the roadmap "per customers' request."




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