Hewlett-Packard apparently slipped up and revealed some of the specifications for Advanced Micro Devices' upcoming Athlon64 chip, a processor that HP seems to be preparing to use in its PCs.
The Palo Alto, Calif.-based computer maker posted technical specifications for a desktop computer to its site this week, and one of the features is an Athlon64 3100+ chip. The chip runs at 1.8GHz and comes with 1MB of cache, a pool of memory that's integrated into the processor for rapid data access, according to HP's technical documentation.
Following a series of delays, the Athlon64 is now set to debut in September. AMD has booked space at San Francisco's Moscone Convention Center West, the site of numerous tech announcements, on Sept. 30, according to the Moscone Center's site.