We already outlined what we little we knew about Phenom, formerly called "Barcelona," a few months ago. Anandtech got its hands on a few PowerPoint slides that give some more details about Phenom, but there's really not whole lot of technical info here. From the look of it, we'll see, similar to the current Athlon lineup, Phenom FX, Phenom X4, and Phenom X2 chips some time before the end of the year.
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