For the full read check out Digitimes!The desktop AMD Sempron processors will be available in Socket-A, 754- and 939-pin platforms, said the sources. The Socket-A models will use the current AMD Athlon XP processor core, while the 754-pin models will be supported by chipsets codenamed Paris and Victoria, said the sources, adding that the 939-pin Sempron will be unveiled in early 2005.
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see now this pisses me off because paris and victoria are the code names for the CPU's not the chipsets. amd does not make mainstream chipsets. Paris is a 256kb hammer for s747 and s939 and victoria is a 90nm version of the chip with unknown cach size.chipsets codenamed Paris and Victoria
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