AMD's upcoming next-gen notebook processor, 'Griffin', contains rather a lot of the current generation, the 65nm Turion 64 X2, the chip maker admitted today. This despite Griffin's status as AMD's first CPU designed specifically for notebooks. Griffin - due to ship late Q4, but probably not in systems you can buy until well …
Not hard to do the math...
If the new minimum speed is "one eighth of the maximum" and "as low as 300MHz" then it's no mystery how fast the chips will be clocked -- looks like they'll start at 2.4GHz. If you take a look at past product lines clocked in that neighborhood, and stare at some bird entrails, you can speculate wildly about an upper bound in the 3GHz neighborhood.
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