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Llano is late June. Zambezi is Q3. AMD updating the roadmap.
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The performance issue could be arguably anything from a TLB issue similar to Phenom or IMC performance degrading or heck even something similar to the P67. AMD was not specific. Because of what they stated does not give out anything concerning BD performance vs SB.

That said, expect BD in 60-90 days (according to a slide in Taipei): July-August launch for the chips. The new stepping will be a further performance improvement, which is a good thing to keep in mind.
I agree, which is why I'm waiting. My Gigabyte 990FXA-UD7 will be here next week then I need to find the money for new RAM so I can wait.
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The performance issue could be arguably anything from a TLB issue similar to Phenom or IMC performance degrading or heck even something similar to the P67. AMD was not specific. Because of what they stated does not give out anything concerning BD performance vs SB.

That said, expect BD in 60-90 days (according to a slide in Taipei): July-August launch for the chips. The new stepping will be a further performance improvement, which is a good thing to keep in mind.
This is what I love, everybody speculating. The TLB bug was exterminated 3-4 years ago.AMD is taking care of mainstream APU's with the E and C series. Llano is scheduled late June and Zamezi early 3rd Q. Patience is a virtue. Speculation gets nowhere!
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I went with SB wit a gut feeling of the delay a month ago, im a long time 10 yr AMD user and couldn't be happier with the SB oc really easy on cheap Air 53c gaming in Florida's heat as in my sig, no water cooling needed for 4.5-4.8ghz someone mentioned the ram get a good set of 1866 I recommend the gskill ripjaw x 1866 , as you will rarely get over 104fsb unless your looking to do video encoding / graphic stuff the 2500K is all you will need. I plan on building a BD but it will prolly be at the end of the year after everything is sorted out.
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So the 1st BD chips to be sold, will be the most up to date right, or are they releasing 1 stepping and then another even better stepping 2-3 months later

that would be even more annoying, even though there's always something new coming....it would be very annoying
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