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AMD quietly unveils ML-42 mobile CPU

Turion and on and on...

AMD has updated its price list to include the Turion 64 ML-42 mobile chip.

The processor is one of the 35W Turions, and is thought to be clocked at 2.4GHz and contain 1MB of L2 cache, though as yet AMD has not posted the chip's specifications to confirm these figures.

The ML-42 is one of a number of new Turions forecast on AMD roadmaps revealed in July this year. With the ML-42 now out the door, we're next scheduled to see the ML-44 in Q4, followed by the MT-42 in Q1 2006.

Later next year, AMD will offer dual-core Turions based on the upcoming 'Taylor' core.

AMD last upgraded the Turion line in August, adding the 25W MT-37 and MT-40 to the mobile CPU line-up.

The ML-42 costs $525 in batches of 1,000 processors. ®

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